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HealthStoriesForKids

  • Los Angeles, CA

We’re committed to present you only the best stories—ones that are not only fun but also full of health tips and great pieces of advice. We understand that any disease can be a difficult thing to cope, even as an adult. Children might find it harder because—sometimes—they don’t fully understand what’s going on inside them. It can also be extremely trying for the parents and caregivers because no one wants to see a child suffer. In order to be helpful and remain fun, each one of our stories details a particular disease in the context of a children’s story.

Sole Proprietorship, Health & Wellness
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Founded in 2014

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Brian Wu

Brand Strategist/Growth Hacker

Listing published on Thu, 05 Nov 2015. Expired almost 3 years ago on Thu, 12 Nov 2015.

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Work type
Ongoing
Billing type
Hourly. Invoices are submitted and paid as you go.
Budget
Up to $1000/ month
Amount
$50/hour
Service fee
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Description

Our goal is to be a one stop shop for families as an educational fun resource, with videos, books, games all available for families to learn about science and health. To achieve that, we need a brand strategist and growth hacker that can help expand the company by working with me on discussing ideas and then implementing them with the team.

We already have small team in place, including someone running our social media, but need overall guidance and direction in making sure they're doing the right things and that we as a company are moving in the right direction for growth.

The customers we're trying to reach are young parents from 25-45 years old and kids from 8-12 years old. The main audience is parents, who need or want to look for a entertaining but informative way to keep their kids healthy. We'd love someone who can identify with that audience, or knows how to tap into that demographic.

Commitment

TBD - time will vary depending on ramping up work and how we grow

Guidelines

Have you had success helping an early stage company grow? What role did you play in that success, and what metrics can you share that you achieved for the company?

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