On today’s episode of the Future of Agriculture Podcast, my guest, Jared Flinn, is the founder and operating partner of Bulk Loads. His site provides an online platform that connects shippers with the transportation companies.
Jared graduated with a minor in agricultural economy, but wasn’t sure what he wanted to do with his credentials. He started working as a truck driver and grew to love all the aspects of the industry and eventually moved into shipping logistics in the agriculture sector. His passion for the trade inspired his vision of connecting companies and shippers, and so Bulk Loads was born.
Jared started his venture without knowing whether it would be successful, but he persevered and created a sustainable and profitable business which addressed and solved clients’ pain points. On today’s show, you’ll hear his thoughts, wisdom, and advice about taking ideas and building a business in agricultural and transportation space.
“You have to have the commodities to trade, but behind that you have to have the efficient supply chain to get it through.” – Jared Flinn
This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast:
Jared shares his story about the route he took after he graduated from university.
He tells us how he found the industry’s pain points and turned that into his success.
Jared shares the best life and work advice he received and took to heart.
We talk about how the industry has changed for transportation entrepreneurs.
Jared explains how he strikes a balance with his business model.
He gives us an idea about his marketing techniques.
Jared shares his story about starting the company despite the resistance he met from other businesses.
He reveals his thoughts on Donald Miller’s message and how it relates to business.
We talk about the future of the transportation industry.
Jared talks about how he caters to his customer base.
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