Outsource School with Nathan Hirsch

Co-founder of Outsource School – Nathan Hirsch

Nathan Hirsch is an entrepreneur and expert in remote hiring and eCommerce. Nathan co-founded FreeeUp.com in 2015 with an initial $5,000 investment, scaled it to $12M per year in revenue, and was then acquired in 2019.

Today, Nathan is a co-founder of OutsourceSchool, a company working to educate entrepreneurs on how to effectively hire and scale with virtual assistants through in-depth courses. Nathan has appeared on 300+ podcasts, is a social media personality, and loves sharing advice on scaling remote businesses.

“You’re never going to get the exact date right when you are suppose to start outsourcing in your business.” – Nathan Hirsch
Episode Highlights:

  • Why and how Nathan sold FreeeUp.com
  • How to build a sellable business
  • Tips for a smooth business transition
  • What is Outsource School (And what does it offer)
  • How much due diligence should you spend on your business
  • Learn how Nathan and his partner, Connor, started Outsource School during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Tips and hacks in creating courses and a membership site
  • Nathan’s marketing plan for Outsource School
  • Tips in establishing a partnership (And how to cultivate it)
  • Tasks business owners can outsource to a VA

Websites:

Outsource School
FreeeUp

Resources:

20 Tasks Business Owners Can Outsource to Virtual Assistants (VAs)

Connect with Matt:

Facebook.com/nathan.hirsch
Facebook.com/FreeeUpNathanHirsch
Twitter.com/realnatehirsch
Linkedin.com/in/nathanhirsch
Instagram.com/realnatehirsch
Facebook.com/outsourceschool1
Linkedin.com/company/outsourceschool
Twitter.com/SchoolOutsource
Email: [email protected] and [email protected]

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