6 Secrets For Starting A Successful Surfboard Business

Want to start your own surfboard business? Here are 6 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 surfboard business:

#1: Angela Watts, founder of Slyde Handboards:

We chatted with with Angela, founder of Slyde Handboards ($80K/month). In our interview, Angela says:

You will never know everything, so find people that can help you in those areas that you are weak in.

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#2: David Dennis, founder of Ventana Surfboards & Supplies:

We chatted with with David, founder of Ventana Surfboards & Supplies ($8K/month). In our interview, David says:

Just go for it, but be careful about leaving a steady job just because you’ve convinced yourself that your idea is amazing.

Additionally:

We realized quickly that being too overt about promoting products wasn’t working. Focus on compelling content and stories, and the sales will follow.

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#3: Angela Watts, founder of Slyde Handboards:

We chatted with with Angela, founder of Slyde Handboards ($80K/month). In our interview, Angela says:

I would advise anyone starting out to start creating content as soon as they possibly can.

Additionally:

There is no substitute for relationships when it comes to getting articles written and it’s really important to nurture meaningful relationships with bloggers and journalists.

Further:

For me I found something I was passionate about and was willing to put my head down and work harder than I ever had before and love doing it.

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