Quick Fast Hurry and PPC Entourage Team Up for “Entourage Masters” High-End Training Program for Amazon FBA Sellers

World-class training mastermind designed to drastically reduce the time to success on the Amazon platform

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

Quick Fast Hurry and PPC Entourage, two leading firms in the Amazon FBA industry, announced today that they have come together to create Entourage Masters, a sophisticated training program for Amazon FBA sellers. Featuring expert insights and presentations on proven techniques, the program enables Amazon FBA sellers to reduce their time to success.

“I am SO excited about this,” said Mike Zagare, owner and founder of PPC Entourage. “Quick Fast Hurry was critical in building my own Amazon business. By putting together what we do with making Amazon PPC profitable, along with QFH’s methods for product selection, launching and maximizing profits—this is going to help our members just CRUSH it on Amazon.”

The training program takes strategies developed and honed by the two companies’ own eight-figure Amazon businesses and puts them into the format of hosted webinar training with recorded archives. The offering is helpful for both new and veteran sellers, offering them powerful ways to scale and multiply their Amazon FBA business revenues.

“Really, what we are, is a multiplier,” explained Shawn Hart, owner and founder of Quick Fast Hurry. “We take people and give them an inside look at our successful ecommerce business. And that allows them to take what we do, apply it to their businesses, and then multiply the size of the results they have already created. And multipliers are exactly what most ecommerce entrepreneurs are looking for–ways to scale and expand profits fast are one of the most powerful draws of ecommerce.”

The program’s first clients have expressed positive feedback. An entrepreneur named Gary said, “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.”

Amazon sales in 2019 were at record highs, with revenues exceeding $280B. Fifty-four percent of all product sales on Amazon.com were made by independent third-party sellers selling through the Amazon platform. A massive industry has sprung up in support of small businesses who want to expand their reach using Amazon’s positioning within what seems like every American home. This support industry is designed to offer entrepreneurial training, Amazon FBA training, tactics, coaching, and mentorship, as well as many software-as-a-service (SaaS) options.

About Quick Fast Hurry and PPC Entourage
Quick Fast Hurry and PPC Entourage are dedicated to teaching, training, and supporting Amazon FBA sellers in building and scaling their businesses - quick, fast, and in a hurry.

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