Catch of the Decade: How to Launch, Build and Sell a Digital Business

Cover Art for 9780730388494, Catch of the Decade: How to Launch, Build and Sell a Digital Business by Gabby Leibovich, Hezi Leibovich
ISBN: 9780730388494
Publisher: Wiley
Published: 1 November, 2020
Format: Paperback / softback
Language: English
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Real stories and advice from digital entrepreneurs who have learned what it takes to succeed In Catch of the Decade, two of Australia>squo;s most successful online superstars reveal how theyosquo;ve built, launched, merged, and sold some of the most disruptive businesses in Australia today: Catch, Scoopon, Menulog and Luxury Escapes. This book contains little-known secrets and strategies that will help you shorten your learning curve, avoid mistakes, and bring your business dream alive. The wisdom revealed in this book is hard won: brothers Gabby and Hezi Leibovich started with no money and no connections, turned their drawbacks into assets, and came out on top. Younsquo;ll learn how they rode the waves of entrepreneurialism and worked their way up, ultimately creating Australiaesquo;s most popular shopping site, Catch, and selling it for over one billion dollars. Learn proven tips and real-world lessons, straight from entrepreneurs who achieved their billion-dollar dreams Read hard hitting, no nonsense nuggets of wisdom that you can apply to your business Return again and again to this essential reference for entrepreneurs For the first time, the Leibovich brothers are telling their story, in their own words, and youcsquo;ll learn how they got where they are today. Follow in their footsteps with over 100 bite-sized entries that are both inspirational and useful. Pick up Catch of the Decade and get moving!

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