Anthony Butler is the founder of the digital marketing agency Can-Do Ideas and the author of Primal Storytelling, Marketing for Humans. A highly regarded expert in brand storytelling and digital marketing, Anthony graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and the US Army Ranger School. He is a combat veteran and commanded an infantry company in Iraq during the invasion of Baghdad. He is also a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu blackbelt and currently resides in Montana with his wife and two sons.
Greg Writer is the Founder and CEO of Launch Cart. Often referred to as “The Entrepreneur’s Best Friend”, Greg Writer has spent the past 15 years coaching thousands of entrepreneurs to raise capital, market their businesses, and ring the cash register. He has over 35 years of experience in corporate finance, capital formation, executive level management, mergers and acquisitions, software development, licensing and distribution, and sales and marketing.
Mounir Bouferdou has gone from an international student to a retired semi-pro soccer player and former civil engineer solving real-life architectural problems to an entrepreneur co-founder of The Greenhouse solving eCommerce brands’ digital marketing problems. Before The Greenhouse, Mounir Co-founded 2 eCommerce brands that failed; the third time’s a charm co-founding The Greenhouse while in my last year of college.
With 25 years of overseas trade experience, Riki has built and scaled a dozen international businesses from manufacturing, distribution, online marketplaces and ecommerce via the UK in Europe, APEC and North America. Focusing on seamless trade routes and an expert in the myriad of cultural trading differences, Riki joined Global E-Commerce Experts in 2020 as General Manager to reinforce the team that grows E-Commerce sellers into the UK and EU.
After leading several successful sales organizations in the telecommunications and software space for almost a decade, John began investing in companies predominantly in the eCommerce arena. A college friend was launching BattlBox in early 2015 and John knew he had to be involved, so he invested in it, offering advice in a limited capacity. BattlBox started to see exponential growth and the demand for John’s time increased.