That immigrant perspective was one of the huge benefits that got Egbert to where he is in his company Knightfox App Design here in Jamaica, and it’s one of the things I wanted to understand more, which is why he had to be on this podcast.
Sitting down for this interview I had only one objective: to understand how this guy makes it his duty to make as many luxury cars disappear out of the lot as possible. I wanted to break it down in a way that anyone listening – myself included – could replicate, raise their prices and get more customers.
We often take for granted the things we’ve grown to see as the norm. We forget that they weren’t there at some point. We’ve come to accept the increased focus and transparency on entrepreneurship and the business landscape in Jamaica, but most of those strides were made by Wealth Magazine and Business Access TV.
If you have a great corporate job, and you’re on an upward path, making excellent money, would you leave it all and risk getting nothing? Scott Dunn’s “dream” was too big to ignore, and he’s getting paid massive dividends for jumping off into the deep end.