This week's guest is Mark Burton, CEO of ArmorMax and International Armoring in Salt Lake City, UT.
They armor cars for customers in 14 countries and 4 continents.
Join me in learning how this business works.
Andrew Rosener is CEO of MediaOptions.com, a domain name brokerage based in Lisbon, Portugal.
We learned how the fascinating world of domain name investing and transactions work.
Other topics include China's effect on domains, Andrew's most valuable domains, and how the industry has evolved.
Hope you enjoy!
We learn how the physical security business works with Bruno Lavado.
I think you'll enjoy his story as an immigrant to the US from LATAM. Now building a business with partners.
They plan to break $2mm in revenue this year at their business, Elevation Security.
The guest is Sam Bacon, CEO of Green Circle Demolition out of Atlanta, GA.
We talked through how the demolition business works including strategies to even out revenue and grow this type of company.
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The guest is Craig Fuller, CEO of FreightWaves out of Chattanooga, TN.
We had a fascinating discussion about how FreightWaves works, including the marrying of a media business and a Saas-like data business.
Cayse Llorens is CEO of LexShares, a Boston-based company that specializes in civil commercial litigation finance.
- We spoke about the types of litigation finance
- How a company like LexShares compares and thrives compared to other players in the space
This week is Jason Dressel, President of History Factory.
They're a 40-year-old marketing agency that helps large corporations discover and leverage their history as they pursue their future.
Besides operating archive services, they offer a suite of services around corporate history.
Learn how the business works here.
Chris Powers, CEO, of For Worth-based privately owned real investment firm Fort Capital, LP.
- How to get started in RE syndication
- How syndicators make money
- Trends happening in the industry
I spent this week's episode talking with Kelcey Lehrich about a business very foreign to me, D2C e-commerce businesses.
His business operates a holding company with multiple brands. Their products are very diverse including knives, diapers and others.
What was interesting was the "moat" created around brands and non-dependence upon platforms like Amazon.
Kelcey recently launched an innovative EIR program you can learn about here:
Hope you enjoy,
With Zachary Fleming (@zlfleming), who works at Ryan LLC and heads their San Antonio office.
He is a commercial real estate tax consultant.
We learn how the ad valorem property tax consulting business works.
Here's his bio and company website:
In this episode, I talked with CEO Aaron Steele about his goat rental business called Goats On The Go® (@GoatsontheGo).
Or, by its technical name "targeted grazing".
Things we learned in this episode:
- Why goats instead of sheep?
- How the business can scale?
- Why people rent goats?
Enjoy this one. I did!
Matt Moldenhauer, CEO of Bellwether Forest Products in South Carolina. (Carolinabellwetherfp.com)
They are a service provider in the timber industry doing safe, sustainable, and responsible timber procurement, logging, and hauling services.
Amy Prosenjak, CEO of A to Z Wineworks in Oregon, joins Michael to explain the business of being an independent winery.
This is our first episode, so would love your feedback! Email us: michael@ girdley .com