Helping people turn their experience in consulting, law, finance or operations into a rewarding, highly-paid tech career.
Five Star Exit
We help Amazon FBA business owners who are looking to sell their company to successfully navigate the sales process.
I’ve spent the majority of my own tech career in marketing and growth roles for SaaS and ecommerce companies, and am available for growth consulting work.
Oliver James Group
OJG was a London-based ecommerce company. I joined OJG as the first hire and eventually became a partner in the business, in charge of marketing and growth. Our primary sales channel was Amazon FBA, and we grew our main product to millions of pounds in yearly sales and the number #1 position in the category across Amazon’s European marketplaces. We ultimately decided to sell the company to a leading Amazon aggregator in 2021, and I left after the handover to the new owners was complete.
Resource Guru is a B2B SaaS company that offers class-leading resource scheduling software used by organizations like Publicis, Apple, Uber and NASA. During my time with Resource Guru I was primarily focused on marketing and growth, but as an early-stage startup I also pitched in to help wherever needed and often found myself helping out in areas like Customer Success and Quality Assurance.
The Loppist was a Stockholm based ecommerce startup that focused on selling an exclusive range of curated design products. I worked with the team on a range of growth and marketing related projects from the ideal inception stage through to launch.
These are some of the personal projects I’ve built over the past few years:
Currently offline,. Growthjobs featured a curated selection of the best jobs in growth (growth marketing, hacking, engineering etc), updated every day. It was built using GatsbyJS and hosted on Netlify.
A curated list of the SaaS tools that I found useful during my time working as a SaaS growth marketer. Built using GatsbyJS and hosted on Netlify.
Shake Strain is a cocktail recipe tool designed for bartenders and drink enthusiasts who want quick access to “spec” style recipes. Built with Angular.
Make Cocktails at Home is a blog I created over the course of a few weeks back in 2012. The aim was to share the knowledge I gained during my time in London’s cocktail bar scene, first as a bartender, and later, as the co-founder of a bartender training company. The site is hosted on WordPress.