Moiz Ali is best known for growing a $500 investment into a $100 million empire as the founder of Native Deodorant. Today, Moiz is an investor and advisor to a portfolio of ecommerce brands. At The Capitalism Conference, Moiz will be taking Q&A from an audience of sellers and advising online entrepreneurs to break into 8-and-9 figures. Moiz’s sweet spot is in identifying great opportunities, scaling via Shopify and cold advertising, and making strategic relationships. As a result of meeting with Moiz, you will find the breakthrough that you’ve been seeking.
Sam Parr is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur. He was born in Missouri, grew up in Tennessee, and moved to California after graduating from college. Sam has worked for himself most of his life. Some of his ventures include a hot dog stand, an online liquor store, a roommate matching platform, and a media company. He’s the founder of The Hustle (sold to HubSpot for a reported $30 million), which is one of the fastest-growing media companies in the country, and Hustle Con – a one-day conference that teaches non-technical startup tactics.
Just five years ago, Brooke Castillo's tiny, unscalable coaching business was netting her just $400,000 a year. That's pretty good for a life coach, but Brooke wanted more. Brooke set a then-impossible vision to grow her $400,000 a year practice to a $100 million dollar empire within 10 years.
Today she's five years into that journey. This year, she collected $36 million in her “tiny, little coaching business.” At CapCon5, Brooke will share how her mindset and strategies allowed her to scale a seemingly unscalable business... and how you can leverage her thought processes and her business acumen to grow any business way bigger than you ever thought possible.
Aditya (AJ) Patel is the founder of two 9-figure businesses. Oh yeah, and he's only 33. Zesty Paws, a pet supplement company he started in 2015, is now the best-selling brand in the country. HighKey, a low sugar snack brand he started in 2018, makes the #1 best-selling chocolate chip cookie on Amazon and is now sold in thousands of retail locations nationwide.
So how does he continue to grow and scale these CPG brands across multiple industries from the ground up? This September, AJ will be sharing his story about how he's been able to strategically build these brands and how you can too.
Miki is a social entrepreneur, advisor and investor who uses creativity and disruptive innovation to challenge the status quo and change culture. She is the founder of several acclaimed social enterprises: TUSHY, THINX and WILD (collectively valued at over 200 million). She is also the author of the #1 best-selling books Do Cool Sh*t and Disrupt- Her.
Adel Sayegh was the President and CEO of Universal Surveillance Systems, which he grew from nothing to nearly a billion-dollar valuation. Just when Adel was about to be classified as a "billionaire," he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and lost everything except his life. While Adel's business empire evaporated in light of his illness, he found peace, health, and purpose. This year at The Capitalism Conference, Adel will share how he found meaning in the depths of despair. As a result, you will leave the conference with a renewed appreciation and an enlightened perspective that will usher in your next chapter.
Nick Mares knows how much capital it takes to scale a CPG brand. As the co-founder and COO of Kettle & Fire, a bone broth brand he helped scale to $50M in revenue, Nick saw a big problem in the capital marketplace. Inventory can easily tie up 40% of your cash so you’re funding growth and operations on what’s leftover.
To solve that problem and serve CPG brands, he moved on to co-found Upside, a financing company that converts inventory into cash and gives extended payment terms on inventory PO’s. To fund this venture, Nick raised $41M for Upside’s seed round. Nick will share his experience in scaling a food brand and raising millions of dollars - and help you improve your brand’s cash conversion cycle as well.
Before becoming the co-founder of Truvani, Derek formerly taught DTC marketing at Social Triggers and successfully collected over 300,000 email subscribers.
So what spurred him to switch careers from "being an expert" to "being an operator?"
One day he looked at an ingredient label and wondered, "What the HECK is that ingredient?"
He decided enough was enough and set out to create products without nasty ingredients.... And so, Truvani was born.
Truvani sells plant-based protein, clean personal care products, and more.
Their number one goal? Eliminate nasty ingredients from all daily use products. They started with supplements before expanding into personal care and snack products.
In just 3 years, he bootstrapped the business and built it into a multi-million dollar company that employs 50+ team members.
Ryan is the founder of Capitalism.com and CapCon, and is the best-selling author of 12 Months to $1 Million. Justus is the General Manager of Capitalism.com. He's responsible for building and leading the team and supporting hundreds of entrepreneur success stories. You will not find two people on the planet who are more passionately dedicated to helping entrepreneurs build million-dollar brands they can sell.
Want to be part of this exclusive event? I’d urge you to hurry. Our conference sells out every year when we offer 750+ tickets.
This event is capped at just 200 tickets.
And to ensure everyone has an incredible experience they’re all “VIP” level tickets. That means all food, fun, and access is included in your ticket.
Admission to CapCon 2021:
CapCon will be held at the beautiful 7-acre estate, Music Hill Ranch. The address is: 16219 Flint Rock Rd, Austin, TX 78738
The nearest airport is Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
All food and drinks during the event will be included in your ticket. This includes a happy hour event the night before the conference and a community breakfast the morning after.
The conference will be held on September 23 & 24, 2021. We will start promptly at 9 AM each day and speakers will end around 5 PM. The evening before the event, Wednesday the 22nd, there will be a hosted happy hour, and there will be a community breakfast following the event on September 25.
Your ticket grants access for one person to CapCon 5. All food, beverages, and activities are included in the cost of your ticket. After the event you will also receive the speaker recordings.
Travel and lodging are not included in the cost of your ticket. You are responsible for your airfare, hotel, and transportation. There are several hotels near the event and parking provided on site. Parking is limited so we encourage you to utilize rideshare or carpooling if possible.