#32 - Des forces spéciales à l'entrepreneuriat avec Alex French SAS
Une fois n'est pas coutume, nous recevons aujourd'hui un militaire devenu entrepreneur, après un long passage par les forces spéciales. Après 11 ans passés au 1er RPIMa de Bayonne, Alex n'a pas complètement coupé les ponts avec sa première vie de soldat puisqu'il est aujourd'hui conseiller et formateur dans le milieu défense et sécurité, avec sa société "Chiron Solutions". Vous pouvez le suivre sur Instagram sous le pseudo "Alex French SAS" et vous allez en savoir plus sur lui dans ce passionnant épisode. N'oubliez pas de vous abonner au podcast et également à notre magazine papier, en vous rendant sur le site defense-zone.com. Nous vous souhaitons une bonne écoute.
#83 Alex French SAS - Forces spéciales : des capacités physiques et mentales à toutes épreuves
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Bizzy Coffee isn’t like most other coffee brands. No coffee shops. No single serve bottles or cans or pods. Bizzy founders Alex French and Andrew Healy are singularly focused on a fast-growing segment of the coffee industry: cold brew. And by staying laser focused, they’ve become the best-selling cold brew brand on Amazon. Meanwhile, their grocery store presence is steadily growing. The momentum they have today is proof that picking a lane can pay off. Determination and a willingness to learning from failures can help. And caffeine is essential. A born entrepreneur, French studied entrepreneurship and finance at the University of St. Thomas and tried as many as 20 different startup ideas before landing on Bizzy with his friend Healy. One of those early attempts was a snowboarding accessory called the Lifty. Its failure to take off gave them a key insight: “no one was searching for it.” So French and Healy studied Google search trends to identify a consumable product people were actively looking for. At the time, the two recent college grads were making their own cold brew coffee at home to save money and it didn’t taste as smooth and sweet as the cold brew from their local coffee house. Both had serious day jobs—French was working in consumer research at General Mills; Healy in research and development engineering for St. Jude Medical. Pooling their knowledge, evenings were devoted to creating a better testing cold brew coffee for home brewers. According to Google, searches for cold brew were growing 100 percent annually. “We just didn’t fully understand how challenging coffee was going to be,” French says. “But we wanted to create a new product for a new consumer entering the coffee category for the first time who doesn’t want to drink Folgers and wants a brand that resonates with their own personal belief system.”Knowing that they were their own target market, French and Healy studied their shopping and consumption patterns. “And so we said to ourselves, let’s go sell something on the internet for the next generation of shopping.” French shares many hard-learned lessons, like a product that sells well on the Internet does not easily translate to stores. The competition for shelf space is tough, and the wrong placement can ruin your odds. And creating a product with the intention of competing with the category leader only works if you can demonstrate that yours is a better value. Mistakes are part of the journey, French says.“You only learn to be an entrepreneur by being an entrepreneur. You will fail, but the faster you fail, the faster you’ll succeed.” For more perspective on the entrepreneurial journey, we go back the classroom with the University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship where John McVea is an associate professor. “Anybody can say, ‘I like cold coffee.’ What Alex had to do was look at the world the way the market is, the way people are drinking coffee, and say, ‘how could we do that differently?’”Aspiring entrepreneurs often get too hung up on coming up with an original idea, McVea says. “You don’t succeed because of an idea no one thought of. Probably millions of people thought the future is cold coffee. But that’s a far cry from understanding how you build a sustainable business to succeed at cold brew coffee.”What’s even more important than the idea? “You have to love rigorous inquiry,” McVea says. “You have to be able to listen and empathize with others, and you have to enjoy problems coming at you. They love the journey more than the destination.”
How to Bounce Back from Failure and Build a Successful Business Around Your Passions With Alex French
The Lucky Titan
Alex is an innovative thought leader, early adopter, and disruptor in all things consumer brands. Where others see challenge and hardships, Alex sees an opportunity to innovate, disrupt, and accelerate new ideas. With passions and expertise in health and wellness, food and beverage, technology, and the millennial consumer, Alex has had the opportunity to consult, lead teams, and launch businesses within the food and beverage industries.Alex currently acts as CEO of Get Bizzy Inc., a beverage company whose mission is to create the highest quality and most convenient beverages on the market. Bizzy Coffee is currently the #1 Best Seller in the Cold Brew/Iced Coffee category on Amazon, and its products can be found both online and on the shelves of big retailers like Walmart. Prior to starting Get Bizzy Inc. Alex worked as an Associate at 301 Inc. General Mills' Venture Capital division, as a Marketing Analyst for Cheerios, an M&A Analyst at Lazard Middle Market, Demand Forecast Analyst at Best Buy, and started Lifty, a consumer brand in the snow sports industry. Alex holds a BA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.Website: https://www.bizzycoffee.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bizzycoffee/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/get-bizzy-inc-/Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexjfrench/
Episode 11: Department Store (Jessica McKenna, Liz Noth, Sarah Grace Welbourn, Alex French)
Let's Find Waldo with Mark Dowling
SEASON FINALE! Attention all shoppers: Today we're looking for Waldo at a department store! Featuring Jessica McKenna (Off Book: The Improvised Musical, Star Trek: Lower Decks) as Waldo! Plus, Liz Noth, Sarah Grace Welbourn, and Alex French in the intro.
Today's first episode of Season 3 of the Smart Athlete Podcast brings you different ideas on how can you build your own success with our guest, Alex French. He's the CEO of Get Bizzy Inc and an ultra-endurance athlete - covering a multitude of disciplines from running to cycling to obstacle course racing. Very timely for this new year as we all need positive vibes.Alex shares with me all of what he has been through to put get his company where it is today. Including some of the insider secrets that you may not know about startup life and what it truly means to raise venture capital.The life of an entrepreneur is never boring and we all take different paths. Alex on one road and me on another, but this leads to making him be more creative in thinking about what to do next to overcome those unexpected obstacles in the path he's chosen.You'll want to stick around to the end to hear Alex's answer to my new season 3 question: How do you stay motivated after failing to reach a goal.
While Alex has found success in his life being the co-founder of Bizzy Coffee, an Ironman, and a mentor to young entrepreneurs around the country, he also has experienced his fair share of failures. Leaving college, he was going to start a business out in California, and his business partner quit. He has raised over $1 million for a product line that completely flopped. When he was 28, he had to live at his Mom and Dad's place for two years because he couldn't afford living on his own. Despite all of this, he now sells the #1 selling cold brew coffee on Amazon. In those low moments, why did he not quit? Why could he persist on and chase his dreams? Because he wanted to see what he was capable of. Well, this mindset paid off. In this interview, we talk about: his story too now, managing the highs and lows of the entrepreneurial journey, finding the right business partner, and his advice for young entrepreneurs in today's world. Please REACH OUT with any questions you have, any topic you want to discuss, or any support you need! My email is email@example.com or text me at 612-710-4605! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dreamersinitiative/ . Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/dreamersinitiative/ . Twitter - https://twitter.com/dreamersdaily_ . Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dreamersinitiative1/ . Go make those dreams a reality!
Ep40 Category: Business/Coffee- CEO/Co-founder Bizzy Coffee #1 Selling Cold Brew on Amazon Alex French
The Folly Coffee Podcast
Hear the story of how Bizzy Coffee went from raising $1million for 2oz coffee shots, failing, to becoming the #1 selling cold brew on Amazon and the only independently owned widely distributed cold brew coffee in the country. This interview is with Co-founder and CEO Alex French of Bizzy Coffee and has all the twists and turns you might expect from a fast paced entrepreneur. This was one of my favorite episodes to record and found myself furiously taking notes. Enjoy!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/follycoffeepodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/follycoffeepodcast/support
Fight Off Failure To Succeed With Alex French (336)
Life Skills That Matter | Create Work That Works For You
Alex French is going to provide you a master class in how to fight off failure to succeed. He's the founder of Get Bizzy Coffee, a #1 selling coffee brand on Amazon and focused on making the best cup of cold brew you've ever had! He started working on his business 5 years ago and has only recently felt like he has financially succeeded. Lot of great lessons in our conversation including: Why his first business idea was a failure. How he founded his business using KickStarter by first reaching out to 100+ blog influencers. His secret for overcoming the fear of rejection when reaching out to clients. The pros and cons of working with retailers versus Amazon. Why seeking investors are more trouble than they're worth. Advice on how to fight off failure to succeed. Life Skills That Matter In This Episode Build community. Self-directed learning. Tell your story. How Alex Works and Thinks Wake up time: 6:30 – 7:00 am Gets unstuck by: Going for a walk, or just doing something outside that often involves exercise. Ideal work environment: 9:00 – 10:30 am with lots of sunlight. Some day in a home office with a view. Definition of success at the start: Working for himself and not having a boss. Definition of success now: Being cash flow positive. 90-day goal: Landing commitments from 3 retailers. Inspirational Quotes “I’m on a mission to just be the best version of myself and that kind of translates into everything I do.” “Are we gonna regret more if we don’t do it or if we do it and fail?” “It’s one of the most fulfilling and exciting things you could ever do is to be able to do what you want every day.” “Exercise and fitness are in parallel with entrepreneurship.” Coaching Advice Feeling a bit overwhelmed with the idea of starting a business? Alex shared this advice for exploring your idea: 1) You’ve got to write it down and answer key questions like: Who your target market? What problem are you solving? How are you solving it? 2) Tell every single person you can about it to create emotional contracts. Resources + Bonus Materials Amazon Best Sellers List 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss Google Trends Food-X Special Offer! Use code BZYLSTM20 to get 20% off Bizzy Coffee on Amazon. Offer expires 08/31/2020. Related Episodes Grow Your Business By Telling Your Story With Michael Jamin (319) Go All In On Your Opportunity With Abraham Kamarck (207) Connect With Alex Website Instagram LinkedIn Twitter Thanks for listening! Enjoy this episode? Subscribe Review Feedback The post Fight Off Failure To Succeed With Alex French (336) appeared first on Life Skills That Matter.
In this episode, Jon is joined by Alex French, who wrote the definitive story on Worldwide Wes for GQ, for his impressions of the legend that is William Wesley and some behind the scenes insight on the piece. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices