About Amy Wees

Amy Wees – CEO & Business Coach

  • Head Business Coach
  • Expert Planner
  • Holder of 3 Undergraduate and 2 Graduate Degrees
  • Entrepreneur, Brand Builder and Inventor
  • Teacher and Public Speaker
  • Writer and Copywriter

Amy Wees is the CEO of Amazing at Home Business Consulting. Her coaching focuses on helping brands develop unique products, validate them in the marketplace, source at profitable margins, and launch those products in E-Commerce with amazing brand messaging, copywriting, and search engine optimization.

She shares her skills teach classes at business organizations locally in San Antonio Texas (https://attendinspire.com), coaching entrepreneurs around the world through virtual coaching sessions and in person sourcing trips in China at (https://Amazingathome.com), and through e-commerce training and software (https://digitalfire.agency). She also covers these concepts on her E-Commerce Tips and Tricks podcast called “The Seller Round Table” (https://sellerroundtable.com/)

Background: Amy is an Expert Planner with 18 years military planning experience, she holds 3 Undergraduate and 2 Graduate Degrees. She is an Entrepreneur with 3 brands in the marketplace and more on the way, a Brand Builder, Inventor, and Patent holder. She’s also a Teacher and Public Speaker, Search Engine Optimization Expert and Copywriter.

My Story: I invented a product from scratch and brought it to the market along with an entire line of products for my brand. I’ve been flipping products as a hobby on eBay and Amazon for close to 15 years. I figured out how to build my brand, launch and grow my sales simply by studying the market, writing a business plan and becoming a master copywriter and advertiser. Now I teach these skills to other entrepreneurs and coaching has become my new passion. My goal is to discover your passion, build your confidence and help you build a brand that will knock your customers socks off!

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