141: What it takes to build & scale a $100M lifestyle brand with Jake Kassan
Do you want to know what it really takes to build a $100 million business and brand? Then this episode is for you.
Posted by: Austin Brawner on May 03, 2018
Kevin Chen is Vice President and co-founder of iRestore, a company that sells laser hair growth systems. Despite selling a product with a particularly skeptical audience, iRestore has grown to eight-figures over the last few years.
Kevin joins us today to share his story of success. He talks about how he establishes trust and builds social proof with his customers, how he became an expert in Facebook advertising and iRestore’s secret behind their success with video on Facebook.
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