How to Start Product Led Growth with Wes Bush and Blake Bartlett

Did you know that product led growth is a lot like bowling? 🎳 Not only that, but it may be time to consider using bumpers if it means you’ll get a strike.

On this week’s episode of the BUILD podcast we hear from Wes Bush, founder of the Product-Led Institute, author of “Product Led Growth: How to Build a Product That Sells Itself” and fellow PLG enthusiast.

Blake and Wes unpack a TON of useful information in this episode including:

🎳 Why product led growth is a lot like bowling, and how to strike out

👋 When and how your sales team can make the biggest impact

🗺 How to get started with product led growth

❤️ The importance of customer empathy

All of that and more on this week’s episode of the BUILD podcast. Listen and learn more below.

About season 9 of the BUILD Podcast

This season, we’re unpacking what product led growth is and asking what growing product-led businesses looks like in the end user era. Follow along as Blake interviews industry leaders at companies like HubSpot, Lucidchart and Atlassian to discover the new customer journey and what that means for SaaS.

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or listen on our website.

Meg Johnson
Meg Johnson
Multimedia Marketer
OpenView

Meg leads video content, social media strategy and visual design on OpenView’s marketing team. Before joining OpenView, Meg graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree and launched her first iOS app Plant Pal before finding her first SaaS role at Privy. At Privy, Meg led video content production, social media marketing and overall brand development helping make Privy become one of the fastest growing companies in America.
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