Sweet Buzz - Scaling a Digital B2B Business With Dancho Dimkov

Looking forward to hearing the latest buzz on how to scale your business? ???? Dancho Dimkov, the mastermind behind BizzBee Solutions, reflects on some of his daily life's most mundane and peculiar occurrences, providing you with something sweet to chew on. Who says that you can't take a shortcut to growth? ???? Let Dancho's everyday life and business stories pave your way to a successful B2B digital business and save you a mistake or two. ????


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episode 252: #252 Don't Buy The Product, Buy The Company Stock

Today, I want to share why investing in stocks can beat spending on consumer products. I stumbled upon a video comparing Apple stock vs. buying iPhones over the years - mind-blowing difference!

I emphasize putting money into brands you love. Allocating a bit each month to stocks can lead to significant returns. I share my experience with Upwork, a platform I use and invest in. Remember, research is key. Find strong brands with growth potential before diving into stocks...



episode 251: #251 The Mindset of an Entrepreneur

Just hopped off a workshop with the Association of Management Consultants in Macedonia, and let me tell you, a mindset shift hit me like a ton of bricks. Last year, I was all about waiting for the organization to kickstart a project certifying Macedonian consultants. But this time, I decided to take matters into my own hands. Proposed dropping €10,000 to get it rolling independently, with the association on board for a share of the revenue. And you know what? They loved the idea...



episode 250: #250 Discounts From Buyer And Seller Perspective

Discounts, discounts, discounts! That's the topic for today, guys! ???? There are two discount layers—value discount and scope discount. And my tip for you is to consider both layers of discounts next time you negotiate. ???? Tune in for valuable tips for winning discount negotiations...



episode 249: #249 Why Market Feedback Is Crucial When Building A Product

Back in December, I really thought that my book was ready for a January release, only to face delays. Then, I decided to put the book on the test. And dang, it hurt! Turns out, not everyone loved the book like I did. It was a huge wake-up call. So, I did what I had to...


 January 26, 2024  11m

episode 248: #248 How Many Sales Channels Do You Utilize?

Remember COVID? Remember how things started to go out of control when it hit? Or how do things begin to look different when platforms change their rules? Well, that inspired me to think about a crucial aspect of business survival – diversifying sales channels. Relying on just one sales channel can be risky and threaten your business. Those things can quickly turn your go-to sales strategy into a dead end...


 January 23, 2024  9m

episode 247: #247 The WHO rather than the WHAT

During the holidays, I watched this killer video that slapped me with some hard truth: it's not a "WHAT" problem, it's a "WHO" problem.

Let me break it down with a cool story from Malta. I hung out with a buddy of mine, he is a mixologist. Fancy, right? Those three hours spent with him changed my perspective. I WAS MINDBLOWN. And I really want to share that story with you. You'll see things from a different angle...


 January 19, 2024  13m

episode 246: #246 Cutting Costs Vs Making More Money

The most painful subject, am I right? ???? But let me tell you something - it's easier to make more money than to cut costs. Yes, it's fascinating, I know. ???? We're hardwired to fear high costs during slow months. But what if I told you that most of my time now goes into finding new revenue streams? It's a game-changer! From an employee perspective, it's all about saving that paycheck. But here's the thing - saving can be limited, but making money isn't...


 January 16, 2024  11m

episode 245: #245 The Mindset of an Employee, a Business Owner, and a Sales Person

I noticed an interesting pattern in how employees, business owners, and salespeople approach money. Employees are all about costs. Budgeting, saving, and planning every penny of their salary. On the other hand, business owners are only 20% concerned with costs. The rest is dedicated to boosting revenue - new channels, upselling, and whatnot.

Salespeople? They're the cool hybrids - part employees, part entrepreneurs...


 January 12, 2024  10m

episode 244: #244 The Synergy You Need To Dominate A Market Segment

We're diving deep into some behind-the-scenes insights from the Digital Nomad Summit. Today, I have a topic that got me thinking - the powerful synergy between consultancy, agency, and digital goods.

Back in the day, I was all about agency growth, it was all about BizzBee, until Sri Lanka happened. That's when I realized there's more to it. Let's talk about the "done for you," "done with you," and "do it yourself" approaches...


 January 9, 2024  12m

episode 243: #243 How To Sell A Technical Product

Today, we're diving into the world of selling technical products. Based on my recent gig mentoring agri-tech startups, I share some secrets on how to get results when your sales pitch involves complex technicalities.

Sharing my real-life example with a consultancy selling agile frameworks, I have some great insights about the challenges faced by sales teams that lack strong technical backgrounds...


 January 5, 2024  14m