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This Startup Grew To $72 Million In Sales In Just Five Years. Learn Its Secret For Preventing Chaos.

When two childhood friends started a business together, its growth took off faster than they anticipated. That created some unexpected hazards until they got their hiring process right using Topgrading. When ace salesmen Santiago Manzur and Ivan Orrego decided to start their own meat trading business, Andes Global Trading LLC, they succeeded almost too fast. After landing their first sale in 2011, the co-founders of the Miami-based company, which sells meat in Mexico and other parts of Latin America, had to come up with $50,000 within four days to pay Tyson, their supplier.
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