In the last episode of the Minds of Ecommerce Podcast, you heard from Andrew Youderian of Ecommerce Fuel, who shared what he thinks are the biggest growth opportunities for ecommerce merchants in 2020, gave us some tips for selling on Amazon, and talked about the evolution of SMS marketing.
In this first episode of the 2nd season of the podcast, Andreas Palm, co-founder of CDLP Underwear shares how they got featured in major publications such as Vogue and GQ, and got into Mr Porter, SSENSE, Barney’s and Selfridges right from the early days of the brand. He tells us why they chose to get into department stores early, HOW they did it, and how they’ve built a brand that’s emotionally charged. You don’t want to miss this one.
In episode #11, Adam Trouncer, CEO of Athletic Greens, an 8-figure DTC ecommerce brand selling an all-in-one supplement, shares how they’ve doubled the business by focusing on creating a better brand and product experience for customers, how to calculate the ROI of customer experience activities, strategies to communicate to your different customer personas, and so much more.
Brad Pedersen is a serial entrepreneur who's built companies with revenues ranging from 7 to 9 figures, and with up to 130 employees. Recently, he co-founded a direct-to-consumer ecommerce company called Pela Case, which has been growing 4000% since its inception 2 years ago. They've also ranked #20, amongst the Growth 500 in Canada. Brad is an all-star at hiring and operations, and in this episode he'll share actionable strategies on how to hire the right team members for your team, starting with how to format the job posting to maximize success, all the way to the structure of the job interviews. His hiring process is one of the key aspects of Pela's astronomical growth, and you'll learn it all in this episode.
In episode #4, Ahmed Zedan, co-founder of Haute Hijab, will share how they manage to scale fast, using data to make better web design decisions, how they use customer insights to drive their AB testing program, and how they’ve built a culture with experimentation, within the company.