Sabri Suby, Founder, King Kong
To Sabri Suby, business is a jungle and only the strong survive. To be successful, you need to dominate the digital landscape and crush the competition into a fine powder. That fierce attitude has served Suby, and his clients, very well over the years.
Suby is the founder of King Kong, the fastest-growing digital marketing agency in Australia. Last year, King Kong raked in $7 million in revenue from its digital marketing campaigns, over $200 million in sales for its clients, and this year, is aiming to top that.
Hustling since he was a teen, Suby learned how to sell early on. Making a whole lot of cold calls over the course of his life, he never let up. Starting King Kong in his bedroom on his girlfriend’s laptop, Suby preferred to jump into the trenches and get his hands dirty instead of wasting time reading business books and attending events. That unrelenting approach definitely paid off.
Listen in as Suby discusses why his agency scaled to millions in revenue so quickly, how to dominate direct response marketing, and why a service-based business should be the top choice for entrepreneurs.
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- The main reason King Kong has scaled so fast and how it stood out from the competition
- How Suby was able to transition from one-person consultant to multimillion-dollar agency
- The #1 rule in direct response copy and how to merge compelling copy with beautiful design
- 3 ways to dominate direct response marketing
- Why you should start a service-based business and who this business is best suited for
- The two biggest challenges Suby faced in his career and how he overcame them