Who We Are

We are the A-team that will position your company at its highest value.

We’ve built a strong record of growing small and mid-sized international and U.S.-based companies. We’ve led marketing and growth in unified communications, cyber security, financial services, education, healthcare, software-as-a-service, mobile communications, biotech, logistics and physical security.

How We Work

We identify your strengths and weaknesses, look for trends in the market, and take into account market size, your competition and more – then we develop a customized strategy that will make your company soar:


Before anything else, meaningful differentiation and identifying the right customers are a must in order to build the right foundation for your go-to-market strategy

Priority Planning

Call it the 80/20 rule, there are key activities that will deliver the most impact. We define these priorities so that you can accelerate getting to market.


Your Sales, Partner and Marketing teams all need to be equipped to drive revenue — we jumpstart their efforts by providing the right tools customized to your organization’s needs


There is a lot to be said — whether it’s to various internal teams or to address the analyst community, we help craft the right message for full buy-in and to break down those silos

Aligned with Your Goals

We do our absolute best when the stakes are high. That’s why we often align our compensation with your business success. We have worked on stock and bonus compensation plans.

Meet Our Founder

Jean Rosauer founded Fuel Growth Group in 2010 to help technology CEOs transform their industries. Jean has a track record of positioning companies and technologies for accelerated growth and acquisition. Two of her clients were successfully acquired on the same day this year, Acano (by Cisco) and iScan (by SolarWinds).

She and her team have launched over 50 products and services driving over $4 billion in revenue. Before founding Fuel Growth Group, Jean led global marketing at Tandberg from underdog to over $1 billion in annual revenue. Tandberg was subsequently acquired by Cisco for $3.3 billion under her marketing leadership.

Previously Jean had leadership roles in product management and product marketing for U.S. Robotics (acquired by 3Com) and Mitsubishi.

In addition to consulting, Jean teaches MBA-level entrepreneurship and growth courses at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. She received her MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.