Thu, 19 May 2016
Eytan Wiener is co-founder and COO of Quantum Networks, founded with Ari Zoldan and Jonathan Goldman. They grew from 0 to $30million in sales in just under 4 years. They sell items such as wireless routers, signal boosters, hard drives and much more. It all started with Eytan and 2 friends in a cubicle.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
In this episode…
From the early days of being 3 friends in a cubicle to running a multi-million dollar company, Eytan and his partners have gained a lot of insight into what works - and what doesn’t - when it comes to growing a business. Throughout this chat with Jeremy, Eytan shares tips and strategies, obstacles, wins, and much more. With an impressive evolution from idea born in a cubicle to planning for what will certainly be a hugely successful future, it’s clear Quantum Networks is here to stay.
Eytan discusses how the Quantum team decided which channels to focus on - and how that’s changed through the years. He also gives insight into why it’s essential to focus on checkout efficiency and offers a tip that can help your business gain the edge over the competition. Eytan goes on to discuss some of the early products Quantum offered and the evolution they’ve seen in terms of product offerings.
Eytan shares one of his key strategies for attracting customers: content. He discusses why posting quality content helped them in the early days to gain customers and grow as a business. Eytan also talks about the value of continuing to focus on content, even after you’ve found success.
In closing, Eytan and Jeremy discuss some early challenges for Quantum, as well as the biggest gamble they took in early on. Eytan also shares the biggest challenge they faced in the beginning, along with their biggest challenge today. Even with a few bumps in the road, there’s no doubt Quantum has found their niche and they continue stand above the rest. Eytan shares actionable tips and valuable insight to help other ecommerce businesses gain the edge.
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