#203 - Why Dunder Mifflin Should Be a Real Paper Company & An Inside Look Into MicroAcquire With Andrew Gazdecki

In this two-part episode, Sam (@theSamParr) and Shaan (@ShaanVP) start off with ideas on building brands around pop culture, discuss the drama around the private space race, and talk about a few business-in-a-box concepts. In the second part they interview Andrew Gazdecki (@agazdecki) from MicroAcquire. They talk about how Andrew raised $3.5M this week, discuss MicroAcquire’s role as a market network, and successful niches to build in.


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Show notes:

* (:49) Intro

* (2:41) Building brands around pop culture

* (10:59) The private race into space

* (21:48) Bill’s lemonade stand

* (24:57) Service based businesses-in-a-box

* (30:34) Meet Andrew Gazdecki

* (34:17) The buy & build MBA – Soldstock.io

* (37:19) Market networks

* (40:04) Andrew’s first company

* (47:30) What Andrew did after selling his first company

* (59:05) Successful niches to build in

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