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Back when mobile phones had green screens with black dots on them, Andy Nulman founded Airborne Mobile. In one year, the company went from $2M in revenue to $20M driven by the explosion in the adoption of mobile devices.
He knew the time was coming when technology would enable full-scale media content on mobile devices, so he knocked on doors and asked companies like the NHL, Maxim, and Disney for assets he could transform into mobile media. Leveraging his client list, Nulman sold 85% of Airborne Mobile for over $100M and retained 15% of the company—a position he would later expand in a strange twist of fate.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
Creating a unique product led to the successful sale of Airborne Mobile because they had differentiated themselves in the marketplace. It’s what we call having Monopoly Control, and it is our focus in Module 6 of The Value Builder System™. Get started for free right now by completing Module 1.