Posts Tagged ‘partnership’

301 : Andy Slamans – Ecommerce is still in its infancy & what savings can you expect from having your own warehouse

By now I am sure everyone who listens to this show knows that Andy and I share a warehouse. But it is so much more, it deepens the relationship. You see he can fill in where I fall short and vice-versa. If you are interested in having someone fill in your warehouse, choose wisely, but…

296 : Kerry Lipp – Part two of Lipp Brothers interview on what it takes to create a lifestyle business in a lifestyle business

This was a great opportunity to see the business through a younger brothers eyes. You know what, life looks pretty good from his view. I think that Mitchell has created an environment where each individual can still be themselves yet contribute immensely to the greater good. It’s almost like they both have created a lifestyle…

295 : Mitchell Lipp – aka Harvey Spektor – Interview one of two Lipp Brothers on what it takes to work together in an Amazon business

This is the first of the Lipp Brothers interviews with Mitchell up first. Very cool how he really recognizes the value his brother brings. Many people just offer lip service (pun intended) but there is real love and respect with these two. Great advice on what it takes to keep great people happy. Its not…

278 : Peter Kozysa – Craigslist Hunter – Scale your systems to grow your eCommerce business

Peter aka “Craigslist Hunter” has figured a lot out. He has found a way to have it all: strong family commitments, strong friendships, strong employee relationships and great customer experiences. How, you might wonder? He has processes, he is consistent, he is intentional. That’s really it. Hard work consistently applied over time equals success!  …

266 : Nathan Bailey – Positive approach to growing out a successful eCommerce business

Nathan has a real enthusiasm about him. You can’t help but get excited when you talk with him. I love how in this episode he talks about using his built up (not mature) business to offer services in his local community and how it offsets his costs. Again its not how much you sell that really…