Successfully Growing a DTC Brand Beyond US Borders
Stephen Pinto, Director of Product Management, Dr. Squatch
Stephen Pinto is Director of Product Management at Dr. Squatch, one of the fastest-growing brands in the DTC space. In this episode, Stephen shares how they've scaled Dr. Squatch beyond American borders, starting with Canada, and then Europe, while keeping operations lean and efficient. We also discuss Dr Squatch's approach to A/B testing and optimization, and debunk some myths about international e-commerce. Don't miss this one!
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