My roots are in Utah. I fight with Pikachu on Super Smash Bros. I will help 1M people discover their potential by 2020.
At my company, we don't have much money floating around. However we need to be making a huge effort in lead generation and sales.
How do you do that with 3 guys, no budget?
I'm happy to riff with you on how we generate dozens of relevant leads every day without money to spend on sales, how we approach cold emailing, and the follow-up.
I'm excited to learn from you as well. Even if you think you are "bombing it" in sales, I can learn something from you too.
At my company, our developer is a beast, he is amazing! Our CTO works super hard and is just as passionate about the company as he is about his code.
It's easy to screw this up.
As a designer, and marketer I have an inherent ability to piss off developers, just by the nature of my title. As a result, I've learned a thing or two about nurturing a healthy relationship with developers.
I'd love to riff on my experiences if you are feeling a "funk" with your developer(s).
Ryan is a great CMO and Creative Director. His design work was inspiring and professional. Ryan gave me the freedom to pursue my own creative objectives, which allowed me to grow under his leadership. His vision of the company, JobPiper, led it to new heights and opportunities.
Ryan was willing to experiment with new tools and ideas, whatever showed promise for the company's interests. Ryan knows how to effectively lead employees and a company, and it was a pleasure working with him.
I've seen Ryan's creative hand in over 100 custom website designs. He produces smart stunning work that get results, and he's an absolute pleasure to work with.
You won't meet a nicer more talented individual when it comes to web design. I had the opportunity of late to work on Ryan's Mustang and even as a customer Ryan is the most cordial young man I have met in a long time.