Brad is an Atlanta native and lives in Sandy Springs with his daughter Ella and wife Cindy who is an inspiring third grade teacher. He is a lifetime entrepreneur having helped build multiple million dollar+ businesses in numerous domestic and international markets. He also serves on the board of the Global Entrepreneur’s Organization and co-chairs the Accelerator Program. Brad graduated from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
As the name implies, at Entreholic we are addicted to the entrepreneurial discipline, creativity and lean approach it takes to be successful in today’s business world. We use this mindset in providing small to medium businesses and entrepreneurs with outsourced digital marketing solutions that are affordable and deliver results. We also have online courses and conduct private and public workshops for companies on digital strategy, the power of leveraging freelancers in their business and growth hacking techniques. We call it the Entreholic Leverage System: Maximizing the Potential of Time, Money and People in your Business.
Home Roam: Roam Dunwoody
1. What excites you most about waking up in the morning and working for Entreholic?
I am incredibly passionate about entrepreneurship. I’ve had the opportunity to build companies in different industries, but our mission at Entreholic is most aligned with my personal and professional goals. Working in the marketing technology space is very exciting and harnessing the power it offers for our clients is very rewarding. It can be complicated and they appreciate our consultative approach to help sort it all out! I also thoroughly enjoy the education and teaching side of our business to share unique strategies, tools and approaches that help businesses achieve success.
2. What’s the best piece of advice you’d give to entrepreneurs?
Focus. Focus. Focus. Most entrepreneurs, myself included, are gifted with shiny ball syndrome. I know it is cliché, but find your passion and your niche and go deep…not wide….in executing with clear and precise measurable goals.
3. What’s your favorite part of your job?
The stimulation of engaging creative and technical opportunities and challenges daily.
4. How has Roam supported growing your business?
Roam has been invaluable over the last 5 years. I originally joined with my last company when we transitioned many of our team roles to our partner in California and needed to find much smaller office space for the team we kept in Atlanta. Atlanta was the perfect fit to allow the flexibility we needed. Our staff loved the Roam location because it was a “change of pace” from working at home, and it was perfect for all of our team meetings. I continue to use Roam with Entreholic as a flexible workspace for our team, and the relationships we have developed with fellow co-Roamers have been outstanding!
5. What’s an item on your bucket list?
Get a book published!