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Big data, programmatic access to high-performance media inventory and the maturity of cloud-based AI tools and services are quickly changing the landscape for marketers – and the people who work in marketing organizations. While this trend is just now taking off, it’s clear how fast it’s accelerating. If your company isn’t all-in on adopting AI today, it will be soon. As with any change, this creates opportunity. But traditional skill sets may not be as highly valued as they once were within marketing organizations. As this new frontier emerges, it’s a good time to take stock of what’s valued now in a growth-oriented marketing team, and how that may change over the next few years as autonomous marketing technology becomes more prevalent.
Growth teams complement traditional marketing teams and typically report to the product division. Growth teams focus on growth from within the product or user funnel and work on initiatives such as user onboarding, friend referral programs, and other product growth initiatives. Growth teams generally consist of specialists including designers, developers and marketers. These articles are focused on what a growth team is, how to build a growth team, and what growth teams do.