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How Roman Kirsch sold Casacanda 9 months after launch and turned around and built an even bigger company with Lesara

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Jul 17, 2017
How Roman Kirsch sold Casacanda 9 months after launch and turned around and built an even bigger company with Lesara. Roman Kirsch is the founder of Lesara, which is an ecommerce site that sells clothes at a deep discount. Roman Krisch created Lesara back in 2013 and within three years had over...

How did Martin Rawls-Meehan take on the mattress industry and bootstrap Reverie to a $100M company?

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Jul 14, 2017
How did Martin Rawls-Meehan take on the mattress industry and bootstrap Reverie to a $100M company? Martin Rawls-Meehan is the Founder of Reverie, which is a company that offers custom-made sleep systems. Martin was only 23 when he decided to create a company that builds better sleep systems and...

How Tim Fargo created the ultimate lifestyle business with Social Jukebox

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Jul 12, 2017
How did Tim Fargo create the ultimate lifestyle business with Social Jukebox? Tim Fargo is the Founder of Social Jukebox which is an automated social network management tool. Tim Fargo launched Social Jukebox coming off the heels of his previous company being acquired and has already hit 6...

How to look for a deep customer pain and address it

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Jul 10, 2017
How do you address a deep customer pain? Brandon Bruce is the Founder of Cirrus Insight, which makes it easier for sales people to log their information in Salesforce without ever leaving their email. Brandon was able to address such a deeply felt pain that he had customers lining up for Cirrus...

How did Gary Nealon go from bankruptcy to building a company that will make a projected $40M this year?

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Jul 7, 2017
How did Gary Nealon go from bankruptcy to building a company that will make a projected $40M this year? Gary Nealon is the founder of RTA Cabinets, which offers consumers the ability to purchase ready-to-assemble kitchen cabinets online. Gary Nealon’s first venture into entrepreneurship...

How did Rhythm Superfoods top $10M in sales in less than 10 years?

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Jul 5, 2017
How did Rhythm Superfoods crush the healthy snack food market and top $10M in sales in less than 10 years? Scott Jensen is a Co-Founder of Rhythm Superfoods which is a healthy snack food brand that offers vegetarian, vegan, non-GMO and organic superfoods. Rhythm Superfoods was launched in 2009...

What didn’t kill Colin Hodge made him stronger

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Jun 30, 2017
In 2013 Colin Hodge was one of the most written about startup founders, because of his company’s suggestive name, Bang with Friends, and because of his masterful use of PR. Then Zynga sued him. Apple banned his app. And he had to lay off everyone on his team. This is the story of how he...

How this Mixergy listener launched a company that made over $1M the first year

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Jun 28, 2017
How did a Mixergy listener launch his company and generate over $1M in revenue the first year? Justin Hartzman is the the founder of Needls, a robo social media advertising agency that creates 50 – 500 ads in real time and posts the ads for your business. Needls was launched in April 2016...

How a startup can win the trust of potential customers

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Jun 26, 2017
Imagine you are the Chief Marketing Officer of a publicly traded company and someone comes to you and says “Trust us with all of your data”. Would you trust them? Nadim Hossain Founder of BrightFunnel was able to gain the trust of potential customers and landed big enterprise...

How I launched, validated and got customers for Bot Academy

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Jun 21, 2017
I was just interviewed by another entrepreneur for another podcast where I was asked what you’re probably wondering…Why am I launching this thing called Bot Academy and what’s with this bot obsession? If you want to understand how I launched my business, validated it, and got my early...

Physical Product Case Study: How two guys are competing with Yeti

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Jun 19, 2017
I’m noticing there’s a revolution happening in online entrepreneurship. It’s happening with physical goods the same way it happened with companies like Airbnb before anyone even realized it was a revolution. Entrepreneurs get an idea for a physical product and very often they’ll go to...

How a simple bike classifieds site evolved into Marketplacer

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Jun 16, 2017
I thought when it came to online shopping, the Amazons of the world got all the business. But what I found while researching today’s guest is that there are niche marketplaces where people drive their tribe. Because people only want to buy from those sites, these marketplaces are thriving....

How independent brands like Myles Apparel are growing in a world of Nike and other giants

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Jun 12, 2017
Today’s guest is Ryan Moses, the cofounder of Myles Apparel. They make things like that jacket you heard me talk about with Noah Kagan in this interview. They make a specialty line of menswear and activewear and we’ll find out why the world needs another line of activewear. I also...

How YouSendIt evolved to Hightail to adapt to a changing world

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Jun 9, 2017
I get shivers as I think about today’s guest, because I remember when I first used his software to send files before I even started Mixergy. The company did really well but they really needed to evolve because the world changed. It became easier and easier to send large files. Big companies...

How Jesse Genet launched a packaging company that got the attention of YC

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Jun 7, 2017
Why did Y Combinator, the backers of Airbnb and Reddit and Dropbox and Stripe, invest in a packaging company? That’s what I want to find out in today’s interview. Joining me today is Jesse Genet, the founder of Lumi. Lumi streamlines the supply chain by finding the best packaging...

How David Siteman Garland made me into an awesome webinar host

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Jun 5, 2017
After seeing founders I interview use webinars to teach and sell their products, I decided to jump in and do webinars too. Then I got a little scared. I didn’t want to screw up. So I asked around and heard that David Siteman Garland is the best webinar teacher, so I learned from him. If...

Case Study: How to survive when partnerships go sour

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Jun 2, 2017
I’ve been sitting on this story for years and would have taken it to the grave if today’s guest hadn’t told me we could tell it. Imagine you start a business and pour yourself into it and then it’s taken away from you. That’s what happened to Doug Kaufman, founder of Spring Metrics,...

Can popcorn really be a $10 million dollar business?

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May 31, 2017
If you had come to me and said, “Andrew, I’ve got a new idea for a business. We’re going to make popcorn, sell it in grocery stores and we’re going to make millions.” I would have said to you, “Anyone can make it at home. How are you going to get anyone to buy...

The future of chat (and interacting with your customers)

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May 26, 2017
About a year ago I realized that no matter how much effort we’ve put into my email list, I could never double the response rate. We kept growing it, but people were not using email much. So I started looking around for solutions and I started looking at bots. Bots are basically software...

How to cut the crap and simplify your messaging

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May 24, 2017
Today’s guest is the expert when it comes to creating great short videos. I’m really curious about the business behind creating those videos. Eric Hinson is the founder of Explainify which makes animated explainer videos for businesses. He’s has an upcoming book called Diamond...

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