How Ethan Anderson is Growing MyTime.com into an Amazon for Local Services Merchants

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Co-founder and CEO of a successful startup, Google Product Manager, Harvard Business School graduate, and previously named to the Silicon Valley 100, Ethan Anderson has been making waves in the digital marketplace.

Learn how Ethan came up with the concept for MyTime, an appointment setting website that connects businesses and customers through a simple and timely web interface. Discover how Ethan came up with the idea, how he saw an opportunity in the market, and how he established a well funded campaign to get it off the ground.

This interview is a must-listen for those interested in startups and SaaS development.

Listen now and you’ll hear Ethan and I talk about:

  • (2:00) Introductions
  • (3:10) What is MyTime?
  • (6:00) How did you research the idea?
  • (10:00) How did you attract interest very early on?
  • (12:00) Why did you raise money so early?
  • (14:00) How did you start selling to early adopters?
  • (20:30) How are you using crowd-sourcing?

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About Ethan Anderson

Ethan Anderson, RedBeaconIMG_0307Ethan is the Founder of MyTime, a startup that allows consumers to instantly purchase services and book appointments from nearby businesses. He was also Cofounder & CEO of Redbeacon, which allowed consumers to request bids for home services. Redbeacon was venture backed and won numerous awards including the Grand Prize at the 2009 TechCrunch50 competition and Business Insider’s Startup 2010 before being acquired by The Home Depot. Prior to Redbeacon, Ethan worked at Google as Product Manager for Image Search and Google Video.  Ethan also worked in a number of internet strategy and marketing roles at The Clorox Company, Buy.com, and McKinsey & Company. He graduated with Honors from Harvard Business School and Magna Cum Laude from Duke University, where he studied Economics and Public Policy Studies.  He was recently honored to be named to the Silicon Valley 100 and 16 Up-and-Coming Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs You Need to Meet.

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  • joshgates

    This is one of my favorite podcasts yet~! Very insightful lessons and actionable tips in this podcast. Thank you for the inspiration Ethan. Keep up the great work Trent.