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The first question I would ask back to you is how many clients you have currently. What is your retention rate? Your capture rate? From there you could develop a strategy to capture the next 5,000. If you haven't enlisted certain marketing channels or networks, you may be able to make a predictio...

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This might be in my wheelhouse, but if not, I know who I can refer you to. I currently the Chief Growth Officer of a startup that has SaaS and Marketplace services. I’m in charge of growth strategy, revenue generation, customer retention, GTM strategy, pricing strategy, distribution channels, fun...

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Andrew Chen's blog is probably the most relied source when it comes to learning about metrics like CAC and LTV. For real life case studies, follow Nathan Latka's podcast to know what each of these mean for different startups in different industries. Growth Hacking is ever evolving and hence what ...

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Hi there, I'm going to assume based on numbers and that you can't pay a salary to yourself at $165k in revenue that you're working with an ecommerce business or some type of business that has a hard cost to what you're selling. You have a good growth rate so far. But let's shift focus towards g...

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eBay is a great starting place. Would love to help you create a store and market it effectively. I have done this for years in other related business.

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Revenue alone will not depict the traction. US is a huge market and highly competitive environment for business exists there. A detailed analysis is required to recommend the appropriate amount of funds required. I would encourage you to set up a call with me to do it professionally.

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Family & friends. This is where all begins. If they don't trust and believe in you it will be difficult for others to follow.

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Every major city has some sort of network of angel investors or VCs. Do a quick google search in your area for incubators/accelerators. They typically have public facing events where you can go in and network. Since you're post-revenue you should be able to find interested people pretty easily. ...

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One thing I like about your question is the fact that you're ASKING it. Trying to quantify profit. Most people never even get that far. They treat profit--especially if it is that of their own business--as some ethereal thing they will "get later" if possible. "To manage we must measure" is a ...

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You can easily search online + find individuals running Solo companies (0 employees) making 6-7 figures/year doing this. Just find a few. Pattern your business after theirs.

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