How Ryan Kahan Pivoted To Make Call Cabinet A Global Success Ryan Kahan shares his knowledge on the American industry and how to operate a tech business in South Africa.

By Daniel Newman

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Ryan Kahan, CEO of CallCabinet, has developed award winning software called Atmos which is a cloud-based call recording solution. Ryan successfully moved away from the traditional business model to sell his software on a subscription-based model to get the illusive annuity income. Learn about dealing with businesses in America, trade shows, online marketing and why they had to shift to a subscription model to achieve higher growth.

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Daniel Newman interviews leading entrepreneurs and finds out what the secret to their success is on his platform CEOwise. After running his design agency Druff Interactive for over 15 years he realised he should have been in a different place with his business after so many years. Determined to become a better entrepreneur Daniel is on a mission to learn from the best in the business. CEOwise documents his journey of learning.

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