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Today we have Conor McCluskey Founder of BombBomb an interactive email service provider. Basically, you can make quick and easy personalized videos embedded in an email to wow, friends, family or business relationships.
Conor co-founded a service company in the multi-family housing industry that grew to 60 employees and over 1.7 million dollars of value in just four years. He is also an owner of a vineyard and winery called “Proper Wines” in Walla Walla, Washington named Best New Winery by Seattle Magazine.
Today we have Steve Weiss CEO and Co-Founder of Mutesix. In just under three years they have built a team of over twenty people and their company uses online advertising like Facebook and Google Ads for eCommerce customer acquisition. They help build high volume lead generation funnels. Basically, they help get businesses more customers! They have worked with brands and companies like meUndies, USA Today, HeadSpace and much more.
PJ Jonas is the founder of Goat Milk Stuff which she built in her kitchen into a multi-million dollar business. Her goat milk products business has been featured on The Today Show, The Doctors, and in Oprah Magazine. She runs a farm and is a mother of eight.
Ashley Drummonds is the founder of ABS Protein Pancakes. She has been featured on Shark Tank, the Home Shopping Network, Forbes.com, and much more. In over two years she has sold more than $500,000 worth of pancake mix.
Today we have Jake Kloberdanz coFounder and CEO of One Hope, a brand with a mission to serve the world. The company started with an award-winning wine brand OneHopeWine.com and has since expanded into gourmet coffee and other gifts. They have gone from 0 to selling over 750,000 bottles a year since its inception. On the serving the world side of things, One Hope has donated more than $2M to date, helping to provide over 1.1 million meals to people in need, plant 56,000 trees, and much more.
Today we have Eric Bandholz coFounder of Beardbrand. They sell products for the bearded lifestyle such as beard oils, beard wash, beard softener, beard combs. They have built the company to over $120K per month in revenue and were featured on the hit TV series Shark Tank and even had Lori touch his beard.
Colt Cobana, once a professional WWE wrestler, has the longest running wrestler to wrestler podcast in existence. He has been doing The Art of Wrestling podcast weekly since 2010 and has interviewed people like CM Punk, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and many more. He has been entertaining crowds around the world as a professional wrestler for over 17 years, in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, Mexico and all over the US. He even wrestles in cult underground places like Insane Clown Posse’s Gathering of the Juggalos. He has been featured on Marc Maron’s podcast and a cartoon version of Scott is even on a billboard off the highway here in Chicago.
Ray Nolan is one of Irelands most successful internet entrepreneurs. He founded Raven Computing (later known as Coretime Ltd) in 1989. Coretime Ltd was sold to Sage in 2004. In 1999, he founded the hugely successful online room reservation group Hostelworld.com. It was a leading worldwide brand with distribution contracts in 170 countries and more than 12MM visitors a month. He sold it in November 2009, returning more than $500MM on just $150K total investment.
Ray is also the former chairman of Skyscanner. He founded and is acting CEO for XSellco Software, they provide market-leading eCommerce SaaS tools.
Today we have Ed O’Keefe, Father of seven, grew up in a household of 13 children. He is the author of the book, “Time Collapsing! The New Art of Speed, Money, Power, and Meaning!” He has used his time collapsing methods to leap to the top of industries. He has started multiple companies from scratch to multiple seven and even eight figures.
In dentistry, Ed sold over $50,000,000 in marketing systems and seminars. He started Marine Essentials and has sold over $60,000,000 in health supplements. On top of having seven kids and running the businesses mentioned, Ed was a Kokoro 40 Graduate! A 51-hour mini-hell week created by commander Mark Divine.
Ed invested in KNOWfoods.com a health food company that is disrupting the food industry.
Today we have Brandon Checketts cofounder of seller labs with Paul Johnson. They make awesome tools for E-commerce Sellers including Feedback Genius, Snagshout, and Scope.
Brandon also founded BookScouter.com that is responsible for tens of millions of dollars of book buyback sales annually.