Launching CooMo Travel with Tyler Moyer
Launching CooMo Travel with Tyler Moyer, an entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of CooMo Travel – a website that lets you easily plan, book and share a trip. Tyler is a veteran who served in the US Army and also in the Virginia National Guard. He shares his personal story, and the tremendous challenges he had to overcome with launching his small business.
Tyler is an entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of CooMo Travel – a website that lets you easily plan, book and share a trip. You get advice and suggestions from seasoned travel connoisseurs or your friends to help you plan the perfect adventure.
After graduating from James Madison University with a Bachelors in Marketing, Tyler served in the US Army for almost 7 years, and also served in the Virginia National Guard for 5 years. After serving in the Army he has held various Marketing and Product Development positions.
In 2014 he began the development of his current business, CooMo Travel. After overcoming many unexpected challenges, he has persevered to deliver a wonderful solution for travelers.
Tyler lives in Austin, Texas.
Launching CooMo Travel with Tyler Moyer:
1. Tell us about your small business planning and start-up process. Did you write a formal business plan? How long did it take to develop the idea? Did you develop this business by yourself or with business partners? How have you leveraged mentors and coaches throughout the process?
2. How did you fund this business?
3. Tell us about using Kickstarter to launch your business. How much money did you raise, and what incentives did you offer? (Why was it successful?
4. What has been your experience with attracting investors. What are they looking for?
5. What is your business development plan, after your initial launch? Will you be seeking a subsequent round of investment?
6. Do you have an exit strategy, and/or long-term vision for this small business?
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