We are excited to bring you another live community event! On May 5th from 11:00am to 12:00pm PST we’ll be sitting down with @Chris_Haroun, in a webinar focusing on Marketing your courses.
As an introduction, Chris Haroun is an award-winning business professor and has been teaching business and finance courses on Udemy since 2015. He has more than 1.3 million students and 70 courses. Chris has work experience at Goldman Sachs, in the venture capital and hedge fund sector where he worked at Citadel, and in the consulting sector at Accenture where he was a programmer. He has started many companies and has sat on many boards in venture capital. He has managed more than $1 billion dollars in his career and has an MBA in finance from Columbia University.
He’s the author of the book "101 Crucial Lessons They Don't Teach You in Business School®," which Business Insider wrote is "the most popular book of 2016." Forbes called this book "1 of 6 books that all entrepreneurs must read right now."
He is a frequent guest lecturer at several Bay Area MBA schools including Berkeley & Stanford. He also has an undergraduate degree with a major in Management Information Systems & International Business from McGill University where he is a McGill University Dobson Fellow (awarded for his work mentoring students with start up business models).
He is passionate about education as he believes that all problems can be solved via education.
During the webinar, Chris will take your questions, so this is your chance to ask him any of your burning questions regarding anything related to marketing your Udemy courses. Feel free to start off by adding your questions in the comments below!
We recognize that in trying to accommodate the time zones this time might not be the ideal time frame for some of you, however, a replay of the webinar will be available in the community later in the week.
*Please note that this event is being held in English.*
We look forward to connecting with you virtually on May 5th at 11:00AM PST! Until then, please let us know if you have any follow-up questions.