9 Things To Know When Starting A Successful Livestock Transportation Business

Want to start your own livestock transportation business? Here are 9 tips you should know.

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a livestock transportation business:

#1: Evan Marshall, founder of Plain Jane:

We chatted with with Evan, founder of Plain Jane ($275K/month). In our interview, Evan says:

When a customer wants to meet you in a Safeway parking lot to get their product faster, you know you have something,

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#2: Dylan Jacob, founder of BrüMate:

We chatted with with Dylan, founder of BrüMate ($12M/month). In our interview, Dylan says:

I thought the idea of creating a product people actually needed and being able to walk around and see people using my creation was the absolute coolest concept.

Additionally:

You always hear people say things like "just get out there and do it" or “launch an MVP and go from there” and while they sound like generic bits of information, they cannot be more right.

Further:

In the beginning, it is all about making sure you are creating something people actually want, everything else can come later.

Also:

You are always going to have problems. There are good problems and there are bad problems. Good problems to have would be inventory / cash flow and bad problems to have would be lack of sales or demand.

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#3: Mat Hofma & Erik Polumbo, founder of Mini Materials:

We chatted with with Mat, founder of Mini Materials ($20K/month). In our interview, Mat says:

Nothing happens overnight. It's coming up on year three of Mini Materials and I'm only now feeling like things are going really well.

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#4: Zach Katz, founder of Framed Tweets:

We chatted with with Zach, founder of Framed Tweets ($25K/month). In our interview, Zach says:

That night, I tweeted the link to some random people who I found by searching Twitter. The next morning, I woke up to find Framed Tweets featured on Product Hunt, Mashable, Uncrate, and a few other websites.

Additionally:

No marketing leads to no sales. Some marketing leads to some sales. And lots of marketing leads to lots of sales.

Further:

Success isn’t always overnight, and it usually takes a hell of a lot of problem-solving and persistence than you expect.

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