15 reasons why you should join our team at Klipfolio

1) Work with extremely smart, equally nice, and collaborative people, as well as a group of down-to-earth leaders who get stuff done.

Work with extremely smart developer team

2) Be part of one of the fastest growing Canadian companies.


Cervinomarketing delivers powerful dashboards using Klipfolio and their data engine

Erik van Dorp is the owner and CEO of Cervinomarketing, a certified Klipfolio partner based in the Netherlands. With a Masters in Business Economics, Erik has been passionate about data since the start of his career and wants to help his clients fall in love with their data. Erik believes that data can be impactful and captivating when it’s used to help tell the story of a business, which is something he strives for with all of his dashboards.


6 Facebook Ads Reports (and One Audit) Every Agency Needs to Get and Keep High-Ticket Clients

As a savvy digital marketing agency owner, you know your clients want a clear picture of how their Facebook ads are performing every week and a full report once a month. But do you know which metrics you should be reporting to them? Or even which metrics matter to them the most?


What are the best venture capital blogs?

A collection of the top VCs to follow online


Thriving in a tempest: What we learned about product management during Klipfolio’s start-up phase

Start-ups are by definition small, and almost invariably everyone is too focused on making a go of it to worry too much about product management. But once a start-up gains a foothold in its market and begins to grow, making product management a priority becomes critical.

That’s a lesson we learned at Klipfolio, and it’s the topic of this blog. Here are six important lessons about product management I learned as Klipfolio’s Senior Director, Product Management and Documentation.


Business metrics vs KPIs. What’s the difference?

Here’s the thing: I bet most of us learning about key performance indicators (KPIs) and business metrics are doing it to complement our jobs. In other words, we’re not data or business analysts; we’re just folk looking to take accountability for our performance. Accountability today means monitoring the numbers, but more importantly understanding how we impact them.