Anton Kraly is the founder and CEO of Drop Ship Lifestyle & eCommerce Lifestyle. He focuses on empowering people through eCommerce and better marketing. He and his team are constantly researching and testing to discover what works best in digital marketing and eCommerce.
Anton’s story was featured on Forbes and he’s been on numerous business podcasts. He holds annual retreats for Drop Ship Lifestyle and hosts live events for marketers and business owners. In 2017, he hosted the Internet Marketing Expo in Austin. Anton has lived in Austin, Texas with his wife Thao since 2016 and previously spent time in Vietnam and Thailand.
Since Anton was young he was set on starting his own business. Right after attending college, he explored physical businesses like franchised gyms but decided to build a business that delivered cookies in New York. He expanded his cookie business but grew tired of all the problems with a physical business.
After reading Tim Ferriss’s “4-Hour Work Week” he decided to go into eCommerce and discovered drop shipping. From there he built his first 7-figure eCommerce store.
With his success in eCommerce, he was asked by friends and family how he did it. This gave him the idea to start Drop Ship Lifestyle. Since 2013, he has taught over 10,000 students how to build their own drop shipping stores. Allowing them to live their ideal lifestyles through eCommerce.
Voted “Best eCommerce Course” by Shopify in 2018, Drop Ship Lifestyle is now the top online eCommerce coaching program and has helped more than 8,000 students in 25 countries to find freedom through entrepreneurship.
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Voted “Best eCommerce Course” by Shopify in 2018, Drop Ship Lifestyle is now the top online eCommerce coaching program and has helped more than 10,000 students in 25 countries to find freedom through entrepreneurship.
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