Working Without Pants - For Agency Owners & Consultants
About This Show
On the Working Without Pants podcast I bring you the inspiring stories of agency owners and consultants. I dive deep to uncover the secrets of their success.
We talk about how they got started, what led to their success, and how they maintained a life / work balance along the way.
I often also talk about business development strategies for these agencies and what is working for them.
Many of your listeners include individuals who run software development agencies, digital marketing agencies, design firms, consulting companies, video production agencies, freelancers, consultants and many more.
Topics we cover are b2b sales, winning new clients, lead generation, sales process, growth tactics, million dollar consulting, outreach, outbound sales, thought leadership, positioning and much more.
And as always, I keep the show fun and record episodes without pants!
Most Recent Episode
Narrowing your focus with Jeremy Loyd
On this week’s episode of the Working Without Pants Podcast, I sit down with the Jeremy Loyd, Creative Director at Sparkbox. Sparkbox is an Ohio based web design and development agency with about 30 team members on board. In this interview, I got to talk to Jeremy about how Sparkbox got started out, the unique approach they took to niching down, and the ways they get new clients. I had a great time talking with Jeremy, and I hope you get a ton of value out of this episode. For full show notes go to jake-jorgovan.com/podcast/092 ... This episode is sponsored by Outbound Creative Outbound Creative helps agencies and consultancies win their dream clients through eye-catching outreach campaigns. Learn more at OutboundCreative.com
Rated 5 out of
Great show with insightful interviews
Jake interviews a wide variety of freelancers/consultants to find out what has worked and hasn't worked for them. Lots of great information for consultants of all stripes. I really appreciate how he gets into how people started and progressed to the point they are at today instead of just focusing on where they are at now.
Date published: 2016-07-18