Tyler “Sully” Sullivan, BombTech Golf – Podcast Episode 79


Tyler Sullivan is the founder of BombTech Golf, an eCommerce store with over $20 million sold online since 2012. Tyler also runs EcomGrowers where he and his team have helped countless Shopify owners add 6-7 figures in additional sales to their eCommerce stores by optimizing email systems and ad campaigns to find hidden revenue streams. Over the years Tyler has come to learn the formula for running successful and profitable eCommerce businesses. He believes that even with online companies there is huge value in having real conversations with customers and potential buyers. Tyler is hyper-focused on the customer experience and operating a lean business that doesn’t just drive revenue but drives serious profit and cash flow.

Join us for a great conversation about the power of human focused marketing, the importance of having passion, and the revolutionary idea that customer service is an asset not a line item.

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Ely Delaney, Meet Cool People – Podcast Episode 76

Ely Delaney started as a roadie. One day when looking to buy a cable in Phoenix, he ended up getting hired by a local computer shop. He was eager to learn and help the business grow. He launched his own graphic design agency knowing nothing about business. His mom recommended the Chamber of Commerce.

He checked it out, and was a committed networker from then on.

Check out his book Networking Tidbits.

Find Ely at connectwithely.com

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