Brandon Nguyen (YENGUB): A Tale of Zero to Hero as an eCommerce Entrepreneur

Who said you had to go to school to be successful? Well, Brandon Nguyen will tell them otherwise. From building his eCommerce business from the ground level up, this successful entrepreneur has a story to tell – and this story has nothing to do with the four walls of a school. So how about we take a sneak peek into the life of Brandon Nguyen, a Direct Response Marketer & Entrepreneur?

The Humble Beginning

Brandon Nguyen, fondly called Yen/Yengub by friends and family, grew up in a lower-class family and even had to start working at the young age of 12. However, he decided to break out of poverty, and this desire became a burning passion that saw him move from a poor lad to a successful, wealthy young man.

We can say that Yengub wasn’t your typical teenager. As much as he wanted to be successful, he just didn’t think school was the way to achieve that. So, after his first year in the university, Yengub decided to drop out and find another less traveled path.

That path led him straight to eCommerce, and in 2019, a determined young man of 19, who didn’t know anything about business and marketing, started his own business and made a whopping $1,000,000 in revenue in just the first year.

What more could a man possibly wish for? More, obviously, and Yengub wanted that more. Hence, he developed a passion for marketing, business, and community, and in his second year, he had generated $10,000,000 for all his eCommerce stores combined!

This trailblazer isn’t resting on his laurels, and as of today, has sold over $15,000,000 online. A successful man indeed!

The Secrets Behind the Success

We probably shouldn’t call it a secret since Brandon Nguyen has all but revealed how he managed to make a name for himself in the dropshipping business. Without a doubt, every business has its risks and low periods, and Yengub has had his fair share of those.

For instance, in 2020, he had issues with a payment processing company that forced him to pay tons of order shipments and customer refunds out of his pocket. Worse, he was sued by the same company for “liquidated damages.” By the time the whole ordeal was over, Yen was left with almost close to nothing and had to work on credit.

Believe it or not, this trying time became one of Yengub’s turning points because he learned the biggest lesson that has helped his business ever since.

According to him, this period was a test of his values and his skills in business, and he learned that there will always be massive fluctuations and uncertainty in business, so it’s really important to stay focused and disciplined and believe in the bigger picture. This has become a defining theme for him, and he’s all the better for it.

Another thing that this daring young man will tell aspiring entrepreneurs is that they can’t afford to bring bad habits into the industry. Whoever wants to make it big has to have the right mindset; success isn’t all about tactics, strategies, and tools.

As a matter of fact, no one should be satisfied, and Yengub is proof of that because as successful as he is, he still hopes to become one of the greatest in marketing and be a good role model to many people in the industry. Not surprisingly, he hopes to make $300,000,000 in the next ten years and help others build multi-million dollars as well.

The Next big Name in the Industry

Brandon Nguyen has been awarded by Zipify (Shopify’s Top Upsell App) many times for $1,000,000 in upsells. He was awarded by Clickfunnels 2-Comma-Award within two months. Yengub is regarded as one of the most reputable content creators in the eCommerce space online and is a leader in the eCommerce Dropshipping community.

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