Program Overview

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The Reforge Growth Series is a selective 8-week part time program to help you accelerate your career and company by developing a systematic approach to thinking about, acting on, and solving growth problems.  The program is for both B2C and B2B practitioners and can be done from any location.

The series is led by actual practitioners Brian Balfour (formerly VP Growth @ HubSpot) and co-hosted by Andrew Chen (General Partner @ Andreessen Horowitz, formerly Growth @ Uber). The program features top growth leaders from companies including Google, Dropbox, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Atlassian, Slack and others.

You will learn actionable frameworks you can directly integrate into your role, be inspired by real stories from growth leaders, and build meaningful relationships with other top growth practitioners. The Reforge lectures go through a revamp every year to reflect the changes to the competitive landscape and includes updated frameworks and examples from companies like Stitch Fix, Airbnb, Zoom, Blue Bottle Coffee, Dollar Shave Club, Spotify, Netflix, Gusto, Medium, HubSpot, Drift, Segment, and many more.

Reforge Alumni have brought growth learnings back to work at Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, Dropbox, Airbnb, Evernote, SoundCloud, and other high-impact companies.

All businesses are unique, but everyone faces similar growth challenges. The difference between those who succeed and those who fail is how they approach those challenges.

“The materials and interviews are uniformly excellent. They are filled with relevant, practical, and actionable guidance. I’ve found myself referring to them again and again. You just can’t get this depth and quality of training anywhere else. I would definitely recommend Reforge to anyone seriously working on growth problems in technology companies.”
— Frank F, Dropbox

Program Creator

Brian Balfour Reforge

Brian Balfour

Brian Balfour is the Founder and CEO of Reforge. Most recently, he was the VP Growth @ HubSpot. Prior to HubSpot he was an EIR @ Trinity Ventures and founder of Boundless Learning (acq by Valore) and Viximo (acq by Tapjoy). He advises companies including Blue Bottle Coffee, Gametime, Lumoid, GrabCAD, and Help Scout on growth and customer acquisition. 

Co-Host

Andrew Chen

Andrew Chen is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. Previously, he led Uber's rider growth team and has been an advisor and investor in tech startups including AngelList, Dropbox, BarkBox, Kiva, and Product Hunt. He writes extensively with over 650+ essays, and has been quoted in The New York Times, Fortune, Wired, and WSJ.


Featuring

The Reforge Growth Series features the worlds leading growth experts from the fastest growing companies in deep dive interviews, small discussion group events, and more.

matt plotke

Strategy @ Stripe

Joanna lord

CMO @ ClassPass

Gina gotthilf

Former VP Growth & Marketing @ Duolingo

Adam Fishman

VP Growth & Marketing @ Patreon

Matt Barby

Head of Global SEO @ HubSpot

Steve Dupree

Former VP Mrk @ SoFi/LogMeIn

BRITTANY BINGHAM

VP Marketing @ Raise.me

Elena Verna

SVP Growth @ Malwarebytes

Fareed mosavat

Growth @ Slack

Naomi Pilosof Ionita

VP Growth @ Invoice2Go

Brian rothenberg

VP Growth @ Eventbrite

Nick soman

Former Growth @ Gusto

Darius contractor

Eng Manager, Growth @ Dropbox

Matt Greenberg

VP Engineering @ Credit Karma

casey winters

Formerly Growth @ Pinterest

ADA CHen Rekhi

Former VP Mrktg @ SurveyMonkey

Ken rudin

Head of Growth @ Google

nate moch

VP Growth @ Zillow

Simon tisminezky

VP Growth @ Ipsy

Kieran Flanagan

VP Growth/Marketing @ HubSpot

Josh Lu

Sr Dir Product Growth @ Zynga

And more...


Get Notified of Future Programs

We will be opening up applications soon for the Fall cohort of the Growth Series.  Our programs are limited and fill up extremely fast. Subscribe below to get notified of future programs.


Outcomes

Reforge does not focus on tips, tricks, and hacks. Instead, we focus on the things that build a strong foundation for accelerated professional growth:

1.  Comprehensive Foundation

You will walk away from the Growth Series with an understanding of the core areas of growth, starting with key elements of the funnel (Retention + Engagement, Acquisition, and Monetization). Then, you will look at the processes behind a successful growth system (Growth Models, User Psychology, and Experiments). Finally, you will learn how to systematically tie together each of these components (Defensibility).

2.  Strategic and Actionable Frameworks

If you want a laundry list of tactics like "make your buttons orange" this program isn't for you.

Instead, you will have a set of actionable frameworks that you can apply to your own business and product. You will be able to think about the core elements of growth, so that you can develop a winning strategy specific to your current and future companies and roles.

Specifically, here are a few skills you'll walk away with:

  • You will go from understanding one or two pieces of the funnel to understanding how the entire system works together
  • You will be able to evaluate the key components of growth (acquisition, retention, monetization) and how they feed one another
  • You will construct a holistic growth model, bringing together all the components of the funnel
  • You will understand and evaluate the user motivations behind the levers in your growth model
  • You will be able to run a continual, self-reinforcing experimentation process to execute against your growth model and user psychology

3.  Build Productive Relationships With Other Top Practitioners 

There is nothing more valuable than having a strong network of other growth practitioners that you can learn from. We review every application and curate a high-quality group of practitioners and facilitate opportunities for you to build productive relationships throughout the program.

Our goal is to help you build a network that will live with you far beyond the program itself. The Reforge Alumni community is active and connected, and includes growth practitioners from all of the top technology companies including Facebook,
LinkedIn, Dropbox, Airbnb, SurveyMonkey, Spotify, Atlassian, Google, and more.

4.  Examples, Knowledge, and Inspiration From Top Growth Leaders

A lot of the best knowledge is still trapped in the heads of the world's top growth leaders.  

Reforge's exclusive access to this knowledge brings it to life through examples, stories, and lessons that haven't previously been shared publicly. Our growth leaders are at the forefront of Google, Instagram, Slack, SurveyMonkey, HubSpot, Atlassian, ClassPass, and other companies leading innovation in growth.  


Our programs aren't for everyone. We select applicants based on professional experience, initiative, and program fit. You should apply if you have...

  • 3+ Years of Experience - 3+ years of professional experience as a product manager, marketer, designer, engineer or other professional looking to accelerate your knowledge about growth. 
  • Strong Initiative - The program includes both passive and active participation. Those that not only consume the content but engage with it and the community will get the most value.
  • Growth Related Role - The topics we cover aren’t for every role. Typical roles of successful applicants are a Product Manager, Sr. Marketer, Data Analyst, Engineer, or Executive working on growth initiatives or making the transition to growth.   

This program is not for you if you are...

  • Entry Level - Less than three years of professional experience. The program material assumes a certain level of base knowledge.  
  • Career Switching - If you are looking to get your first job in growth. The program material is designed to help accelerate an existing professional's path rather than establish one anew. 
  • Pre Product-Market Fit - If you are working on a product that is just getting started. The program material is designed for those working on products that have signals of product-market fit.
  • Enterprise/Hardware - If you are in a company that primarily sells enterprise deals or primarily a hardware product. The program material is not designed to address these topics.

Who

“The other practitioners in the [Growth Series] were fantastic people to bounce ideas off of. There were skilled professionals in their own right who I am likely to maintain relationships with going forward.”
— Sophie T., Uber

We focus on delivering the highest amount of impact as efficiently as possible. We know your time is valuable, so we've streamlined a program that cuts straight to the point with no "filler content."

When you join the Reforge program you get access to:

1. In Depth Coursework
Each week there is 1 to 2 hours of video and written material. All material is taught by Brian Balfour and will teach you actionable frameworks to apply to your own business and career.

The coursework is comprised of original material exclusive to the Reforge Program. The videos will be hosted on the Reforge website and available for you to watch at any time during the week and as reference material after the program.

2. Dozens of Relevant Examples in the Program
To complement coursework, we weave in examples and case studies applying the frameworks from the material to recent companies.

If you were head of Growth at LinkedIn, how would you determine your retention metric? What if you were at Pinterest? Blue Bottle Coffee? Slack? Zoom? Airbnb?

How would you use User Psychology to move users through onboarding flows for products like YouTube Premium, StitchFix, MailChimp, Atlassian, or OfferUp? We walk you through examples from companies like the above, and many more.

3. Application Sections at Each Step
At Reforge, we believe in application over theory. That means integrating your learning into your work at every opportunity. Each lecture is accompanied by application sections designed to operationalize the material on your product or company, so you can create impact immediately. You'll also receive feedback from Reforge leaders and experienced practitioners in the community for additional ideas and learning.

4. Weekly Events with Top Experts and Peer Practitioners (Both Online + Offline)
A key part of the Reforge experience is connecting with other top growth practitioners via weekly events, both online or in person (SF only). The program can be done from any location.

We start the events with an interview with a top growth leader. All of our featured guests are leading active practitioners in the field of growth. Examples of past featured guests include Ken Rudin (Head of Growth @ Google), Naomi Pilosof Ionita, former VP Growth and Monetization @ Invoice2Go and formerly Evernote, Matt Plotke, Head of Growth @ Stripe and formerly LinkedIn, John Egan, Growth Engineering @ Pinterest, Ada Chen Rekhi, former SVP Marketing @ SurveyMonkey and formerly LinkedIn, Elena Verna, VP Growth @ Malwarebytes and former VP Growth at SurveyMonkey, Fareed Mosavat, Growth @ Slack, and many others.

Then, we break off into small discussion groups to discuss how you'll apply that week's learnings to your company, and hear perspectives from practitioners in similar roles and companies. All events require your active participation.

5. Community Support
We designed the Reforge content to walk you through each framework step-by-step. However, we know each business is different, so naturally you'll have specific questions. That's why we created a community to help you get unstuck. If you have questions about modeling customer acquisition costs, how to segment your existing customers, tying NPS to core business metrics, or anything else, you have access to people from a variety of companies, all at different stages, at any time.
 

The Experience

“The Growth Series was a great way to network with other top growth professionals. I met several people who I look forward to keeping in touch with going forward and even some people I hope to work with soon.”
— Scott V., Google

Get Notified of Future Programs

We will be opening up applications soon for the Fall cohort of the Growth Series. Our programs are limited and fill up extremely fast.  Subscribe below to get notified of future programs.


Commitment

One of the most common questions we hear about the Reforge programs has to do with the time and effort required to get the most out of the program?

All the Reforge programs are designed to fit with your current work and personal schedule. That means you don't need to take time off to participate. However, we also believe that you get out what you put in. The value that you and your company get from the program is directly correlated with the amount of time and participation you're able to dedicate to the experience.

We've designed each program to be a time-effective experience that condenses decades of collective expertise in growth into 8 weeks. To get the most out of the program, you should expect to spend a minimum of 5 hours per week on program material:

  • 1 - 2hrs on lecture content.
  • 1 hr applying frameworks and community participation.
  • 1 - 2hrs participating in an online or in person event.

Our most successful participants set aside additional time each week to connect with other people, review what they learned with co-workers and managers, apply the material to their product, and go over bonus material, spending up to 8 hours per week total.


Program Outline

We've designed the Growth Series so you can set your own schedule to work through the material week after week. Here's what a typical week will look like:

  • Lectures open. Every week you will get access to a new module, which features original, in-depth Reforge content, dozens of relevant examples, and opportunities to apply lessons to your own company
  • Questions about the lecture? Get answers at any time. You have 24-7 access to the Reforge community, where other practitioners and growth leaders can share perspectives and help you get unstuck
  • Weekly events for all participants. Whether you attend online or offline (if you're in the SF Bay Area), you will hear a live interview with a top growth leader. Then you'll join a small group to discuss how you and your fellow participants will apply this week's lecture to your companies

Following the event, a new module opens and you'll start the process again. See below for a full syllabus of the program.

Sept 24 - Sept 30

Distribution wins

We'll kick the program off by discussing:

  • Why great technology and great product is no longer enough to create a great company... and what else you need to win in today's competitive landscape
  • The 4 foundational shifts that changed the game of building a really big business
  • The 7 components of a growth system top practitioners use to understand, evaluate, create and communicate opportunities
  • ...and more

Plus, an opening event for all attendees, where you'll connect with other growth practitioners and get a taste of the upcoming 8 weeks.


Oct 1 - Oct 7

RETENTION + Engagement

Retention + Engagement drives Acquisition and Monetization — not the other way around. You have to retain and engage people, otherwise, any other efforts will crash. We'll discuss:

  • The 4 ways that retention fuels the rest of your growth system
  • How you properly define retention for your product and customer
  • How to measure and analyze retention
  • How to systematically break down retention into activation, engagement, and resurrection
  • The strategies behind moving the levers that will improve retention at each of these phases
  • Examples from companies like Pinterest, HubSpot, Spotify, Stitch Fix, Airbnb, Zoom, Blue Bottle Coffee, Zillow, Slack
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Shaun Clowes, Dir Growth @ Metromile and Casey Winters, Formerly Growth @ Pinterest


Oct 8 - Oct 14

acquisition strategy

Every growth model is built on an existing, larger platform, but successful growth also depends on identifying and maximizing new channels and platforms. In Acquisition Strategy, we'll discuss:

  • Why acquisition works as loops not funnels
  • The major ways in which one cohort of users can lead to another cohort of users
  • The 4 categories of acquisition loops, their sub-types, and how to measure and analyze each loop
  • How to construct an overall balanced strategy that avoids saturation and local optimization
  • Case studies for how platforms such as display ads, Facebook apps, and push notifications have fared over the years
  • Examples from companies like Yelp, Slack, Clash of Clans, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Uber, SurveyMonkey, Wealthfront, Snap
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Guillaume Cabane, VP Growth @ Segment and Nick Soman, Formerly Growth @ Gusto


Oct 15 - Oct 21

monetization

As acquisition channels become more competitive, those with the best monetization strategies win. In this module, we'll discuss:

  • The four different parts of your monetization model
  • How you can measure and analyze your monetization strategy by thinking through the 3 levels of monetization
  • Building the right “fit” between your model and your channel
  • How to construct and optimize the right monetization strategy
  • A 5-step framework and process to approach pricing in a thoughtful and systematic way
  • Examples from companies like WhatsApp, Facebook, DraftKings, Dollar Shave Club, Zendesk, Leadpages, Spotify
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like: Elena Verna, SVP Growth @ Malwarebytes and Brittany Bingham, Former Sr. Director Growth Marketing @ SurveyMonkey


Oct 22 - Oct 28

growth models

Your growth model is one of three key tools that form your product's growth process. It describes how your product grows end-to-end in both a qualitative and quantitative manner. In this module we'll discuss:

  • The different types of growth models.
  • A step-by-step process to construct a qualitative, micro, and end-to-end quant model for your product
  • How to use your growth model as the foundation of your strategy, a blueprint for growth, and an internal and external communication tool
  • Forecasting 3 months, 6 months, 12 months and beyond, given current baselines using your growth model
  • Examples from companies like LinkedIn, Medium, Airbnb, Birchbox, HubSpot, Dropbox
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Amanda Richardson, Chief Data Officer @ HotelTonight and Fareed Mosavat, Growth @ Slack


Oct 29 - Nov 4

user psychology

User and customer psychology is the second key tool that forms your product's growth process. We'll discuss:

  • How to evaluate and measure user psych
  • The 4-step process users go through to make decisions
  • The user psychology map, which provides the qualitative view of why our users take the actions that cause our business to grow.
  • How you'll use user psychology at every step of the funnel
  • Applying user psych principles to drive your growth levers
  • Examples from companies like Gusto, Credit Karma, Amazon, Match, Quora, Reddit, Airbnb, LinkedIn, Medium
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Darius Contractor, Growth Engineering Manager @ Dropbox and Gina Gotthilf, Former VP Growth @ Duolingo


Nov 5 - Nov 11

experiments

There are always a million things to do – how do you prioritize what product changes and acquisition initiatives will contribute to growth? Running experiments is the third key tool that forms your product's growth process. We'll discuss:

  • The step-by-step process on how to think about and prioritize growth initiatives, built on the growth model covered in Week 5
  • How to use experiments to drive more accurate and predictable growth
  • How to construct good hypotheses, design valid minimum viable tests, and analyze them for the deepest learnings
  • Measuring and optimizing your experiment process
  • The three levels to analyze an experiment — and how to effectively make a decision and take action
  • Examples from companies like Pinterest, Airbnb, Gusto, LinkedIn, HubSpot, Segment, Drift, Dropbox
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Shaun Clowes, Dir Growth @ Atlassian and Adam Fishman, VP Growth @ Patreon


Nov 12 - Nov 18

defensibility

Non-specific linear tactics and channels will always trend to zero. On the other hand, defensibility and compounding growth is a result of proactively building hard-to-replicate network effects directly into your product. In this module, we'll discuss:

  • The different types of network effects
  • How to build network effects in a proactive way
  • How defensibility leads to growth via increases in retention, acquisition and pricing power
  • How to use Brand, Embedding, and Scale to influence growth
  • Examples from companies like Buzzfeed, Slack, Airbnb, Snap, Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, Etsy, Google, Uber, HoneyBook
  • ...and more

Plus interviews with growth leaders like Gustaf Alstromer, Growth @ Airbnb and others

“[Growth Series] is the most well-structured introduction to the key tenets of being a growth professional I’ve seen. About 2/3 of the material I knew intuitively or had learned on the job in my 10+ years in tech, but I’ve never come across another resource that connected the dots between topics better. Not only did I learn some new ways of thinking, I came away with better frameworks for organizing what I already knew.”
— James M., Squarespace

Get Notified of Future Programs

We will be opening up applications soon for the Fall cohort of the Growth Series. Our programs are limited and fill up extremely fast.  Subscribe below to get notified of future programs.


Reviews 

Here are just a few reviews of the program from Reforge Alumni.

SARAH PAYNE

PRODUCT MANAGER

SURVEYMONKEY

"I strongly, as strongly as possible, encourage product managers in Growth roles to apply for Reforge. This program is the holy grail for Growth professionals who may be one of the few members of their organization tackling growth models and AB testing. With Reforge you find your peer set who share best practices and insights onto the responsibilities and goals of their Growth teams. In addition, the robust online content puts structure around the many concepts floating around tech companies and blogs on what Growth actually entails! I can’t thank the team enough for building such a comprehensive program – Reforge shaped the foundation of how I will approach the Growth team at SurveyMonkey."


GEORGE ZENG 

PRODUCT MANAGER

FACEBOOK

"The content was excellent. Even though I work on a growth team at Facebook, I still learned new concepts that I implemented right away. 

I focus my work specifically on developer growth, and based on the course content, I improved how we build growth loops into our developer acquisition channels. Overall, the course made me adopt a more robust way of instrumenting, logging, and tracking our funnel. 

Beyond the content, I met so many growth people through the events - the program is a powerful growth network that I'm excited to be a part of."


JASON HUBBARD 

VP MARKETING  

CIRRUS INSIGHT

"Reforge has easily been one of the best investments of time and money I've ever made in my professional development. I love how the course codifies what I've been doing for the last four years as VP of Marketing at an early stage startup, turning it into a science.

What I've learned has helped me be more systematic and analytical in my work, so that I'm not just throwing stuff at the wall, and moving on to the next thing, with only anecdotal lessons learned."


HUGH MINSON

SR. PRODUCT MARKETING MANAGER

SALESFORCE

"Thanks to the Reforge Summer Growth Series, I have gained a foundational understanding of one of the newest and yet most valuable areas of understanding to companies: growth. Brian and Andrew have done an incredible job of pooling and delivering knowledge acquired by industry leaders through extremely accessible content. The in-person get-togethers and online community also provide a terrific forum for idea exchange amongst all participants. I highly recommend this course to any individual who is looking to gain widespread adoption of their product or service."


Cost

Price is $3495 for an individual seat. The Group Rate for teams of 3+ is $2995 per seat. If you need an invoice or any other materials to expense to your company we will provide that at the time of payment. Aside from the Group Rate, there are no additional discounts or scholarships available at this time.


Frequently Asked Questions

I'm not located in the San Francisco Bay Area, can I attend the program?

Yes. The Growth Series is designed to be location-independent, with over 50% of program participants joining from outside the SF Bay Area. In addition to our all-online original content and live online events, we also offer in-person events in San Francisco and New York, that all participants are welcome to join, whether you're local or traveling in. All participants enjoy access to 100% of our original content, our live online discussions, the private Reforge forums, and community.

How is this program different from previous Reforge Growth Series?

We make significant changes to the program content with every Growth Series to add depth, detail, clarification, examples, and additional expert interviews. However, if you have attended a Growth Series within the past two years, you should consider the Retention + Engagement Deep Dive or Growth Models Deep Dive instead.

How is Growth Series different from the Retention + Engagement Deep Dive and Growth Models Deep Dive?

The Reforge Growth Series provides a comprehensive overview of all the major topics in growth, from your core growth model to your acquisition and monetization strategies. There's one week dedicated to the topic of retention and engagement, and one week dedicated to growth models.

The Deep Dive on Retention + Engagement Series is an in-depth exploration of everything within the specific category of retention and engagement. Models come into play as we discuss the elements of retention (activation, engagement, churn, and resurrection).

The Deep Dive on Growth Models is focused solely on working through real-world examples of growth models and learning the frameworks for how to develop your own. We examine the models that encompass the end-to-end growth cycle and further analyze the building blocks of loops.

All programs are designed for mid-career Product Managers, UX, Marketers, and Engineers who are 3+ years into their field. There is only a 10% overlap in material between each program.

If you're looking to continue building your foundation in Growth, or this is your first Reforge program, then the Growth Series would be a great fit for you.

Can I join more than one program at a time?

All the programs are held concurrently, so it’s not possible to join more than one at the same time. We will be holding additional cohorts of each program throughout the year, and you can get notified about future programs here.

How many applicants get invited?

In previous programs, we've accepted 12% of applicants, though this varies program to program. Rather than focus on an acceptance rate, we focus on ensuring the best possible experience by curating an engaged and high-quality group of people whose backgrounds and goals are a strong fit for the program material, in a class size that's intimate enough to facilitate some of the most memorable relationships of your career.  

How do we choose whom to invite?

We want to make sure if you take the time to participate that it is more than worth it. Unfortunately we can't cover every topic for every person in one program. As a result, our application process screens for three things. One, fit with the program material. Two, curating fit with the other program attendees. Three, your work experience (3+ years is required).  

How advanced is the material?

This program is not a fit for beginners. As with Brian's and Andrew's public essays, the program is focused on practitioners who already know the basics and are figuring out how to take the next step. The content will be intermediate to advanced. We assume that you know about A/B testing, ad buying, etc., and the real challenge is thinking about the entire picture of growth and forming a coherent and compelling strategy. We do not cover tips, tricks, hacks, or tactics. Instead, we provide strategies and frameworks that enable you to solve growth challenges specific to your situation.  

How much time should I expect to spend on the program?

Please see more details in the Time Commitment section above. All Reforge programs represent decades of collective expertise in growth. To get the most out of this condensed "8 years in 8 weeks" experience, you should expect to spend at minimum 5 hours per week on program material and event attendance. That said, our most successful participants set aside dedicated time each week to stay current with lecture material, connect with other participants and growth leaders at online and offline events, and complete interactive activities -- spending up to 8 hours or more per week.

While the Growth Series is designed to fit with your current work and personal schedule, we also believe that you get out what you put in. The value you and your company get from the program is directly correlated with the amount of recurring time and participation you're able to dedicate to the experience.

How much does the program cost? Do you have discounts or scholarships?

Individual program seats cost $3495. The Group Rate for teams of 3+ is $2995 per seat. There are no additional discounts or scholarships available at this time.
 

Is this right for very early product teams seeking initial traction?

No. The best use of your time is to find product/market fit and build your initial business before you spend too much time on growth. If you are at or past product/market fit, then you will get a lot of value out of this program.

How actionable will the content be?

The content will provide actionable and analytical frameworks for understanding growth and forming a comprehensive strategy. But there will be minimal “how to” content on topics such as setting up landing pages, buying ads, etc. Those can be found on many other great sites free of charge.

In what timezone will the live online events be held?

We offer our live online events in the mornings, Pacific Time. If you can't join during that time, all sessions are recorded, and our community and online discussion forums provide global time zone coverage. It is possible to attend the Growth Series 100% remotely and asynchronously.

How much of the material is about SaaS/B2B versus B2C?

There is a balance of both B2B and B2C coverage in all of our weekly materials. Many of the frameworks apply to both given that “consumerization of enterprise” is now real. Please note, however, that there won't be direct material on enterprise sales or acquiring enterprise customers, although it may come up in Q&A.

Will I get access to the material after the program is over?

Yes, participants will retain access for a period of one year from the start of the program.  After one year there will be ways to keep access and receive updates to the material.

Who will lead the events?

All of the events (both online and offline) will be led by Reforge alumni.

Are the in person events recorded or live streamed?

No. The format we use does not lend itself well to recording. The events are designed to attend one per week (online or in person). Both online and in person events follow the same format with the same exercises so you won't miss out on any content or learnings.


Get Notified of Future Programs

We will be opening up applications soon for the Fall cohort of the Growth Series. Our programs are limited and fill up extremely fast.  Subscribe below to get notified of future programs.


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