Mitchell is a cowboy turned startup professional and Director of Marketing @ Crash. He’s a former champion meat grader. Author of Don’t Do Stuff You Hate. Narrator of Why Haven’t You Read This Book? And previously Chief of Staff at Ceterus – where he helped scale a team from 20 to 150, 5x revenue, and raise over $20MM in venture capital.
He’s radical about creating a better future and helping others do the same. Unsolvable problems and conspiracies are his favorite conversation genres. The keys to his heart – fine Bordeaux and Hemingway novels.
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Here's a fun project little side project Morgan von Gunten and I spun up to help people discover better ways to approach their job hunt. Want to improve your chances of getting hired for a specific job? Send us the job posting, and we'll recommend tactics to apply–even if you don't have experience.
In 2016, I published my first book, Don't Do Stuff You Hate. It's jam-packed full of essays and practical life philosophy on how to live better by eliminating things you don't want. Available on Amazon – check it out!
It's no question HubSpot is the category king of inbound marketing – and both their early growth and the brand they've built are fantastic case studies for any marketer. A while back, I wanted to explore HubSpot's growth tactics at different stages to understand the steps they took – and this is what I found.
I blog semi-regularly at mitchellearl.com – where I focus on topics like what it means to lead a fulfilling life, how to find meaningful work, and general musings about grown up. Stop by and let me know what you think.
In the early 2000s, the smartest man I’ve ever known filed for bankruptcy.
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Charleston-based Ceterus today announced the close of a $4.2 million Series A investment. The round was led by TechOperators, the largest venture technology investor in the Southeast, with participation from The IDEA Fund Partners of Raleigh, NC, and Alerion Ventures of Charleston, SC.
Charleston-based Ceterus today announced the close of a $6 million Series A-1 extension investment led by Grotech Ventures. Participation in the round includes existing investors, TechOperators of Atlanta, GA, The IDEA Fund of Raleigh, NC, and Alerion Ventures of Charleston, SC.
Ceterus, a Charleston-based Software-with-a-Service company today announced the close of $10 million in venture capital for their Series B funding round from a host of prominent investors. Harbert Growth Partners led the round with participation from earlier investors TechOperators, GroTech Ventures, Idea Fund Partners, and Alerion Ventures.
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