The Simple Business Model Used to Build a $2.4 Million Business — Podcasts

Colin Macintosh turned the end of a tech startup career into a new beginning for building his own brand.  Built on a cheeky pun, Sheets & Giggles grew from a simple business model of offering sustainable and comfortable bedding directly to consumers into a brand that’s projecting $2.4 million in sales this year.  In this episode of Shopify.


How a Blog Became a Physical Store in Two Years — Podcasts

Nat Elison decided to test out his content marketing skills from running his own marketing agency by launching his own blog. As a longtime tea lover, Nat started Cup & Leaf to blog about all things tea. He publishes on a consistent schedule, reworks content to rank higher on search, and curates products for the online store. Since the.

How A Domain Created Credibility — Podcasts

Shopping for some pricy speakers got Andrew Lissimore looking into buying them directly from the manufacturer. After scoring a pricing sheet, Andrew realized there’s a healthy margin and an opportunity to sell online.  When his first sale came in a few weeks later, Andrew knew he was onto something.  In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn.

How To Create a Need and Justify Your Use Case — Podcasts

Being the dog owner of a Saint Bernard named Harley, Tyson Walters was constantly on cleaning duty and barely kept up with Harley’s shedding. Realizing that he’s not alone, Tyson came up with the idea of Shed Defender and started prototyping breathable onesies for dogs to reduce shedding cleanups. In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll.

Why Building a Community Prevents Subscription Cancellations — Podcasts

Adrian Wood went from making music on his laptop to producing for the likes of 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem. Beyond catchy composition and rhythm with a hook, he discovered that there were many hopeful producers who lack access to digital assets like drum kits or synth loops to create the songs they had in their minds..

A Lesson in Project Management for Entrepreneurs — Podcasts

JP Brousseau dropped and broke his fair share of phones. Sick of replacements and repairs, he started Phone Loops and designed finger and wrist straps that give users a secure and comfortable grip on their devices. Despite solving a common problem, having massive media coverage, and being a part of the Oscars VIP gift bags,.

Fame Didn’t Do Any Favors For This NFL Player Turned Entrepreneur — Podcasts

With more and more celebrities and athletes launching successful businesses, it might seem like being famous gives you a big headstart. But that doesn’t get you out of all the things that can make succeeding in business hard.   Chris Gronkowski is a former NFL player who learned the hard way that having a sizeable following is no substitute for marketing. In.

The Corporate Gifting Strategy That Unlocked Their B2B Revenue — Podcasts

There are many ways to tap into B2B sales as a B2C brand, depending on your products. Corporate gifts are one entry point. In today’s episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn from a trio of entrepreneurs who bootstrapped their way to a $9 million business thanks in large part to their corporate gifting strategy. Chelsea Moore, Jenni.