“Oh, Snapchat just raised another $100 million?”
“That’s cool. What’s their revenue like?”
“Well...they don’t have any revenue..."
It may seem like Techcrunch only profiles well-funded startups like Snapchat and Instagram, but the truth is there are hundreds of profitable, revenue generating startups in the Bay Area.
Gabe Luna-Ostaseski’s startup, CalFinder, is one of those companies.
Gabe successfully bootstrapped his startup to $25 million in annual revenue.
He was able to do that because of one HUGE factor: he’s a freakin’ sales savant.
I first came across Gabe, when Tim Ferriss tweeted his blog post “Sales Hacking - a bootstrapper’s guide to turning $2,000 into $2,000,000 in sales in 4 months.”
It blew me away!
In his post, Gabe gives a step-by-step guide on how he built and scaled a repeatable and automated sales machine for CalFinder.
I want to share his post in its entirety, so here it is:
"Sales Hacking - a bootstrapper’s guide to turning $2,000 into $2,000,000 in sales in 4 months."
At Hustle Con Gabe’s talk will be all about sales. He’ll cover:
- How he shortened the product/market fit time from 12 months to 12 weeks
- How to know when you’re ready to scale your sales process
- How to scale your business quickly
- How he built CalFinder’s first website
- The process he used to help startups in his sales accelerator bring in $42 million in combined sales in 4 month
Tomorrow, I'm gonna tell you all about the talk I'm most excited for. My life changed after hearing this person speak...
Talk to you soon,
Sam from Hustle Con