Shopify Masters is an official Shopify podcast where successful entrepreneurs and experts share their experience and inspirational stories.Each week, our host Felix Thea invites successful entrepreneurs to share their experience and practical advice for growing an online business on Shopify. Guests on the show come from a wide range of backgrounds and share insight into topics such as creating viral Facebook ads, outsourcing parts of your business, creating licensed products, running a newsworthy pop-up shop, optimizing your social media marketing, content marketing for SEO, and tons more. These are seasoned entrepreneurs that come from diverse backgrounds who are willing to pull back the curtain and share their best practical advice. Subscribe to the show and leave us a review to let us know what you think!
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Mehdi Farsi shares how State Bicycle market their bikes, coordinate sponsorships, and create limited-edition bikes through partnerships with the Wu-Tang Clan and The Simpsons.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Natalie Holloway and Maximilian Kislevitz of Bala share how they turned their idea into a viable product, life after Kickstarter and Shark Tank success, and their organic marketing tactics for building a multimillion brand.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, we chat with Jonas Forth of the Moomin Shop and the managing director of All Things Commerce Helsinki on the intricacies of licensing a global brand, the importance of content marketing, and managing relationships with global partners.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, we speak with Jason Wong on why he decided to launch Doe Lashes, the research he did to find customer pain points, and how he launched with around $500 and in a matter of few a days.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, we chat with Al Cuttell and Diana Paisis of Bitten Design on how they launched their giftware company, built a network of global distributors, and remained completely self-funded for over a decade.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Enrico Casati, co-founder of Velasca, shares how their direct to consumer brand was born from a personal need, and what roles storytelling and retail played in scaling growth.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Lou Matera of Youth Sport Nutrition shares how he developed a new product by hosting taste tests, gathered sales through in-person events, and fine-tuned digital strategies to achieve the best conversion hacks.
In this episode of Shopify Masters Daphne Williams, the Chief Growth Officer from Sweet Beginnings shares their approach to driving impact within the local community, creating environmental change with urban bees, and setting growth goals for the future.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Chip Malt of Made In shares his insight into key metrics to monitor, why showcasing the makers behind products was important, and how the cookware industry was disrupted.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, Micki Krimmel of Superfit Hero shares her approach to building a community, how she shares inspiring and inclusive stories, and what has helped her to grow her business.
In today’s episode of Shopify Masters, Chris Carey shares how they moved past stagnant sales, which resources changed his way of thinking, and why they closed down their original service business to focus on ecommerce.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll hear from Karen Huh, the VP of Product Management and Strategy and Bulletproof. Karen grew her team from one direct report into three teams of five to six employees, and she looks after everything from research and development to creatives.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Josh Elizetxe of Snow on how he found his interest within the dental industry and why it's important to pace yourself in the entrepreneurship journey.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Bili Balogun of Tribe Beauty Box on how to collaborate with brands, build relationships with subscribers, and launch a business through other Facebook groups.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll hear from Tyson Wilson of Shred Defender on how he built a completely new product category, educated his target demographic on the use case, and generated a need for Shed Defenders.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you'll learn from Dylan Jacob of BrüMates on how he built businesses ever since high school and how he's been able to generate $21 Million in sales last year by changing his main target market.
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn how these two entrepreneurs do most of their direct communication with their community through Facebook Live videos— even going so far as to crowdsource product names and perform product releases live.