Entrepreneur John Miles tells us how iWorker, a social enterprise, helps business owners hire talented remote workers and transform workers' lives.
John has over 12 years of experience as an entrepreneur running both online and brick-and-mortar businesses. He is the co-founder of iWorker -- a socially focused virtual assistant agency that provides work to hundreds of talented people around South America, Africa and Asia. Originally from Canada, John now spends most of his time in Medellín, Colombia.
In this episode, you'll learn:
- How living in another country can change your perspectives on money.
- Starting a social enterprise that's focused on doing good, not just the bottom line.
- Bootstrapping a business, creating a minimum viable product, and growing a company without a big upfront investment.
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