Lifetime Entrepreneur, Sought-After Business Speaker, Founder & CEO Entreholic , Award-winning Author, and Blogger
Topics: Business, Generations in the Workplace, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Innovation, Marketing
As a lifetime entrepreneur, Brad's business acumen was sparked in third-grade with his very first venture, a toy rental company. Brad graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with concentrations in Finance and Marketing.
Since then, Brad has helped build multiple 7-figure businesses in domestic and international markets in a wide range of industries including B2B, B2C, physical products, software, and professional services.
With an infectious passion and energy, Brad has become one of the most respected authorities on creative growth, business automation, and increasing the velocity of execution through leverage. His fresh and unique content has made him a sought-after speaker by business organizations, CEO Peer Groups, and Fortune 500 firms.
Brad specializes in helping people embrace highly innovative, "out of the box" and low cost strategies to skyrocket business growth. He is the author of the Top 200 Tools to Fuel Your Business Growth, and the Addictive Tools Series. Brad's award-winning Leverage Model has been featured in Inc. Magazine, Small Business Magazine, Octane Magazine, the EO Global Innovation Forum, and the Wall Street Business Network.
Brad's Keynote presentations, and varied workshop topics are designed to be entertaining, informational and actionable. Audiences leave with a wide variety of proven business strategies and practical steps to rapidly achieve measureable change in their organization.
His clients include: BB&T, The Brain Trust, ATD, Georgia Tech, SCORE, Chamber of Commerces, and EO Accelerator. Most recently, he was elected to the board of Startup Atlanta, an organization commissioned by the mayor to support the city’s business ecosystem.
Brad travels from Atlanta, Georgia, and is ready to help his audiences "learn by doing."