Mackenzie Thompson is a living example of hard work and achievement. He is one of the most inspiring and successful tech and e-commerce entrepreneurs who have paved the way for himself in the world of business. The accomplishments in his career inspired Mackenzie to do more, and he plans to take his venture to great heights in 2022.
The entrepreneur’s expertise proves he’s multitalented and a great learner. Mackenzie shares, “I run a tech automation software that allows people to dropship on Facebook Marketplace. We have clients who earn an average of more than 5-10x ROI weekly and sales from day one. With the new Facebook shops feature, we are doing more than 50 orders a day per store, on some accounts.”
About his hardships and what encouraged him to become an entrepreneur, Mackenzie reveals, “At the age of 20, I lost my job at Masters Hardware when it shut down. I was shattered but I didn’t give up on my dreams. I moved back with my mum and only had $100 to my name. With that $100, I bought 100 books off from a guy cleaning out his library. Almost all the books I bought were about business. I spent an entire year living at my mum’s house reading books on the couch, then launched my first business after reading ‘dot com’ secrets.”
The tech entrepreneur added, “It was a book funnel and I failed miserably. I then moved into E-Commerce and failed again and again, lost money on Google ads and Facebook ads. Later, I discovered Facebook Marketplace and updated myself with knowledge about it. I scaled my first store to more than $30,000 in the last 3 months. The success of my first store encouraged me to keep doing better and I launched another store. My new store did a good business and turnover of more than $135k. I kept working hard and both my stores just kept building and building into more success.”
In the coming months, entrepreneur Mackenzie Thompson plans to take his business to the international level. He has already made plans and strategies to ensure everything goes well. About the same, the tech entrepreneur, “The goal for this year is to clean out one small constraint in the onboarding section of the business and scale to $150k profit a week, which is easily achievable. With more profit, I will have more, efficient staff which will eventually help in more growth of my business.”