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Sabri Suby

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With Sabri Suby, f
ounder of King Kong

Sabri Suby, founder of King Kong, is a serial entrepreneur who runs Australia's fastest growing end-to-end digital marketing agency. As a pioneer in the digital marketing arena, his business has impacted 250,000 businesses in 42 different countries and has generated in excess of $400 million in sales for him and his clients.

He has come a long way from his humble beginnings when he was failing as a salesman until a last warning propelled him to become a top performer in his first company, and every company he worked for after that. 

Sabri has much experience and wisdom to share about marketing and scaling your business. In this podcast, he talks about the importance of having a killer offer, as well as a backend, if you want to take your business to the next level.

Sabri started his first business at the age of 22. He founded King Kong in 2014 from his bedroom, taking it from zero to ten million in four years. In under five years, has successfully built a team of 54 specialists now achieving $14million+ in revenue. 

In addition to founding GameTime, he co-founded The Click Factory, a leading digital advertising and online marketing agency that specializes in Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO), Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and User Experience Testing (UX).

His book, Sell Like Crazy: How to Get As Many Clients, Customers and Sales As You Can Possibly Handle, is available on Amazon.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How a last chance turned Sabri from worst salesperson to top producer in every industry.
  • The importance of helping people solve problems instead of pushing a sale.
  • The myth of overnight success, and the real work that goes into becoming successful.
  • Strategizing how a business can scale up.
  • How to find and nurture hyperactive buyers and drive them to an actual sale.
  • Why you should look at your business as an investment vehicle.
  • Why having only a front end to your business will leave you dead on arrival.

Transcript

Dan Lok: Welcome to another episode of Dan Lok show. Today we are in actually New York City, and I’m with John Henry. Now John not only is an entrepreneur, but also a real estate investor as well as owns a venture capital company.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: Now before we even talk about John’s story, I want to talk a little bit about this space.

John Henry: Let’s talk about it.

Dan Lok: Let’s talk about this space. Like what makes this space, co-working space, so special?

John Henry: First things first, thank you for having me on.

Dan Lok: Welcome man, welcome.

John Henry: Appreciate you. And look, what makes this space special is this is the proof right here. Like you’re on a one day trip, you came, you interviewed with Faiza, this content, that content lined up. We connected and it’s central in the city, a lotta energy here, there’s six floors.

Dan Lok: You can feel the entrepreneurial spirit.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: The minute you walk in you can feel the hustling.

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Dan Lok: Welcome to another episode of Dan Lok show. Today we are in actually New York City, and I’m with John Henry. Now John not only is an entrepreneur, but also a real estate investor as well as owns a venture capital company.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: Now before we even talk about John’s story, I want to talk a little bit about this space.

John Henry: Let’s talk about it.

Dan Lok: Let’s talk about this space. Like what makes this space, co-working space, so special?

John Henry: First things first, thank you for having me on.

Dan Lok: Welcome man, welcome.

John Henry: Appreciate you. And look, what makes this space special is this is the proof right here. Like you’re on a one day trip, you came, you interviewed with Faiza, this content, that content lined up. We connected and it’s central in the city, a lotta energy here, there’s six floors.

Dan Lok: You can feel the entrepreneurial spirit.

John Henry: That’s right.

Dan Lok: The minute you walk in you can feel the hustling.

John Henry: That’s right, and there’s a lot at WeWork’s, obviously, and this is … this, though, is billed as like the OG space, and there are a lot of veteran New York entrepreneurs here. There are several accelerators and several funds and stuff, and so yeah, I’m fortunate to be part of this community.
So we’re in Alley right now. Yeah, and that’s where we find ourselves.

Dan Lok: That’s awesome.

John Henry: Welcome to New York, man.

Dan Lok: Thank you, I love New York. The cold, it takes a couple of days to get used to. The minute I arrived, the airport, like wow! This is cold. I know New York, it’s cold. But this is cold!

John Henry: This is very cold.

Dan Lok: This is very cold. So John, take us back. How did you get into entrepreneurship?