Quick Fast Hurry Hosts Annual “Island Mastermind” in Tampa for 8-Figure Amazon FBA Ecommerce Entrepreneurs

Amazon FBA Sellers gathered for the 4th Annual "Island Mastermind" hosted by Quick Fast Hurry, a leading organization for Amazon entrepreneurs.

Tampa, United States - March 26, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Quick Fast Hurry, a leading firm in the Amazon FBA training industry announced that they recently held their 4th-Annual “Island Mastermind” summit in Tampa, FL. In attendance were a varied mix of veteran Amazon sellers as well as newer sellers looking to learn from the mastermind gathering. Their sole focus: the Amazon Third-Party Private Label Sellers’ platform - the online marketplace where over 5 million sellers compete for the roughly $60B in revenue generated yearly by 3rd Party Sellers alone.

“We are a community,” says co-founder Seth Stevens, “and we believe in the power of collaboration. One of the most amazing things about our yearly event is that a seller doing $40M a year can sit next to a seller doing only $20K per year - and they can BOTH learn something valuable from the other! It’s really amazing to watch.”

The first day is typically a formal gathering where members are given the chance to present what is working in their businesses and typically focuses on tactics that can be used by small scale entrepreneurs without huge marketing budgets. One member named Justin commented that, “everyone brings their best and most effective tactics that they have actually tested and implemented. So it’s incredibly valuable.”

Another member, Casey, shared, “When you have a concentrated group of people determined to win, and each brings their own unique perspective and genius to the group, that’s when magic happens. You literally have dozens of minds working together to tweak and refine dozens of strategies - and then you get to learn from and benefit from ALL of them.”

Something that sets them apart is that it’s not just “all business.” The second day is a day of just fun, spending time as a group, and “tribe-bonding” as member Drew Perdichizzi puts it. “We go out on a boat to a private island out in Tampa Bay. We throw a frisbee, we barbeque, relax… and of course, hang out and share ideas about how to boost our businesses, and also about how we can help each other out. We have a great time, and it really creates a strong sense of family in the group.”

“Really, what we are, is a multiplier,” says owner and co-founder Shawn Hart. “We take people and give them an inside look at our Amazon ecommerce business. And that allows them to take what we do, apply it to their businesses, and multiply the results they have already created,” he continues.

One of their members, Gabe, talked about his experience with their training, “I took my $450,000/month business revenue, and within just six months of working with Quick Fast Hurry and applying their methods, I scaled to over $1.2M per month in revenue. And I’m now selling over $40M per year on Amazon and continuing to grow.”

About Quick Fast Hurry
Quick Fast Hurry is an online coaching group that provides strategies, tactics, coaching, and mentorship to help ecommerce entrepreneurs leverage the power of the Amazon FBA platform to create successful online businesses.

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