With you at the helm, a world of talent exists to get the job done.
Learn from the experiences of two of our members to properly source your next project:
- Compare the different experiences with different cultures,
- What makes a successful outsourced relationship
- Learn tips on how to choose an outsourced person
- Learn how to avoid disastrous situations
- Best places to find and evaluate talent
- Tools to communicate with foreign workers.
About Troy Wooten:
Troy Wooten is the essential example of a man who built his own empire. Mr Wooten began on the same beaten path as most, with an attempt at both college and the 9 to 5 life before finally beginning his career on the internet in 2007. While purchasing drum sounds online for his music, Mr Wooten discovered that it was independent producers making a profit on their own sounds and quickly began doing the same. Music led to developing a library of ebooks, software, games, documents, manuals, literally anything that could be downloaded. Once Mr Wooten had created a healthy cash flow from this passive income stream, he began to expand outward for other properties, including real world real estate and online businesses that had already shown their abilities to turn a profit. In 2011 Mr Wooten entered the burgeoning iPhone app market with his own app development company Narleyapps Inc, which has already debuted 7 unique apps including their most popular seller, Sneakerology. This year he launched another hit app “Sneaker Match Mania” it’s like Candy Crush but you are matching sneakers instead. At the time of this writing he has 10 other games in development from all type of niches from flying cats to space cowboys. This year in 2014, he will visit china for the fourth time to expand his business Opportunities there. When he is not busy building his own fortune, Wooten has started to give back, by sharing his knowledge with other would-be entrepreneurs eager to start successful businesses from their own ideas as well.
About Alex Anders:
Born in the Bahamas, Alex Anders is an international bestselling romance author. Beginning his career in on-air marketing at Disney and Vivendi Universal Games, Alex used the recession to explore his lifelong passion for writing. Publishing over 200 titles, he then looked for a way to use technology to better manage his books. Alex spent 9 months developing his My Publishing Assistant software which now reshapes the way self-publishers publish their books. Alex Anders started working with outsourced talent in 2007. He currently employs a virtual assistant who lives in the Bahamas, as well as 12 translators who reside in Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, Spain, and Argentina. And during the development of My Publishing Assistant, he worked with 14 software engineers who resided in India, China, Pakistan, Bulgaria, Canada and the US.