In 1992, Daymond John and his partners designed a modest line of clothing on a $40 budget. Today the global fashion brand Fubu is a $6 billion dollar business, while Daymond stands on that same cutting edge as one of corporate America’s leading branding consultants. He is also one of the country’s most visible and best-known entrepreneurs, thanks to his regular role on the hit ABC series Shark Tank, which draws seven to eight million viewers every Friday night, and is in syndication on weeknights on CNBC.
Daymond travels 250 days a year delivering his keynote on the power of broke to companies such as Intel, CitiGoup, Sam’s Club, and Rubbermaid; universities and students; entrepreneur groups and pitch conferences; “mom-preneur” groups and more. He is also the founder and CEO of Shark Branding, a brand strategy and licensing consultancy with A-list clients such as AT&T, Google, Jamba Juice, Reebok Cross Fit, and others.
He regularly appears on CNBC, Good Morning America, Fox News, Hot 97, ESPN, and has been featured in the WSJ, Fast Company, Inc., Forbes, and more. He has more than 200,000 followers on Twitter and 141,000 likes on Facebook.
Author Residence: NYC