Apr 15, 2021
Yoni Kozminski is the Founder and CEO of both MultiplyMii and Escala. MultiplyMii specializes in affordable offshore staffing solutions and HR outsourcing for e-commerce businesses. On the other hand, Escala offers consulting services for e-commerce companies and Amazon sellers who want to scale their businesses. Both companies provide different solutions aimed at taking e-commerce and Amazon businesses to the next level.
In addition to being a scaling expert and an entrepreneur, Yoni also hosts the podcast Successful Scales, where he interviews leaders on what it takes to build successful businesses. He has a background in digital marketing and advertising and has worked with companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Mastercard, and Sony, to name a few. While born in Australia, Yoni currently resides in Tel Aviv.
Starting a new e-commerce business is difficult all on its own, but it’s even tougher to grow it properly. The saturated Amazon marketplace creates a challenge for companies to make a name for themselves. It takes effort, experience, and a little help to scale your business. Not only are these kinds of challenges familiar to entrepreneur Yoni Kozminski, but overcoming them has become his passion.
Yoni is the Founder and CEO of two different companies: MultiplyMii and Escala. Both are designed to scale e-commerce businesses to their full potential. He has past experience in digital marketing for brands such as Mercedes-Benz, MasterCard, and Sony. Now, Yoni applies that knowledge to his staffing and consulting companies that help growing businesses scale efficiently.
In this episode of Inspired Insider, Yoni Kozminski, the Founder of MultiplyMii and Escala, talks with Dr. Jeremy Weisz about what it takes to scale e-commerce businesses in the age of Amazon. Yoni discusses how he grew a business from $2 to $5 million in just 12 months, what he learned from that process, and why that experience inspired him to start the two companies he has today. Plus, Yoni shares his most effective strategies for resolving some of the common mistakes he sees businesses making.