Doug C. Brown – CEO of Business Success Factors
Sales and Sales Revenue Growth Expert, Business Advisor, and Coach to Entrepreneurs
Doug C. Brown is the CEO of Business Success Factors and creator of Sales Revenue Growth University, where he teaches the best sales revenue growth strategies for companies who are serious about their sales growth. These are the same strategies and methodologies that he used to increase a company’s close rate by 862% and their revenue growth by 116% – all within four months.
Thousands of entrepreneurs have taken his advice on how to grow their sales revenue, acquire bigger sales, and run a team of top-performing salespeople. He also specializes in mindset adjustments required for growth.
Doug is a sought-after expert for companies like:
CBRE Richard Ellis
Chet Holmes International
City of Houston, TX
Proctor and Gamble
Embassy Suites by Hilton
Business Breakthroughs International
Federation of Professional Athletes (FPA)
Doug C. Brown started his entrepreneurial journey when he was 3-years-old, helping in his family’s business by sweeping floors at the price of 25 cents per week. From there, he continued to work for his family’s business and involved himself in different entrepreneurial activities that helped him make money. He received his first business loan at age 13, which his 20-year-old brother co-signed for him. By the age of 15, he was able to invest in his first car (before getting his driver’s license) – a Ford Mustang.
At 19, Doug entered into the U.S. Military and then attended college soon after.
Throughout college, he sold music equipment to some of the world’s biggest bands such as Aerosmith, Boston, Billy Joel, The Eagles, and Extreme.
Taught that without a college or university degree you are less worthy than if you have a degree (or two), Doug continued his education and received 3 college degrees, including one in nuclear medicine. After sending 308 resumes for a job position and not finding a job, he ended up doing emergency calls in a hospital, earning 1/3rd less per year than he was earning while selling music equipment. When this happened, a lightbulb went on. He realized he would be an intrapreneur, entrepreneur, or both.
After serving in the U.S. Army for 12 years, Doug decided to be an intrapreneur first. He worked at and became the top-selling sales representative for a $2-billion company. These experiences laid the groundwork for him to form his own successful consulting and auditing company. One of his clients was an organization called Guerrilla Marketing, and this experience led him into the sales revenue growth industry full-time.
Doug has become a leader and advisor to thousands of people through helping them exponentially increase their sales revenue and sell more with more confidence.
His efforts have collectively generated over $500 million in sales, and his last client generated over $3 million in new sales in 5 weeks.
At heart, Doug is a believer that knowing how to connect human to human is the future of sales and sales revenue growth. This leads to better and higher sales, as well as better relationships and an overall better quality of life. He also makes high-end sales and sales revenue growth strategies available for mid-sized and smaller businesses so they can grow faster.
Now 58 years old, Doug is still following his heart to help businesses grow their sales revenue.
He created Sales Revenue Growth University for those who want to understand the proven way to grow their sales revenue, which results in a better future for their business, themselves, and their families.
With more than 40 years of experience in sales and sales revenue growth, Doug decided to create a software called Vibitno that can help to accelerate customers’ sales conversions at higher price levels.
I would consider myself a good business sales revenue growth-dad, after being called this a few times by those who I coached or advised. I deeply care about every project I do and the people that are involved in it. I bring my expertise to the table and lead you by hand to do things the right way. Also – like a real dad – I am not afraid to give “tough love” to someone who tells me that they want to grow. I do this because I know that life is easier when you feel confident and autonomous which leads to a better quality of life, whether that be in business or our personal lives.
On the personal side…
I love competition….
- In sports: I love hockey and the Boston Bruins are my favorite team.
- In sales: competing on who sells more, sells faster, and at higher price margins.
- With myself: to constantly strive to be the person I want to be.
- With people who like to behave like bullies: I don’t like when people take advantage of others, and I do not allow them to be like that around me or the people I spend time with.
Music is an important part of my life. I used to play in bands and I ran my own business as a top Boston DJ. I also attended Berklee College of Music. I write and sing songs, and to this day I love music for the fact that it emotionally moves people.
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