Known as both co-founder and CEO of a famous website called BrandYOurself.com, Patrick Ambron is considered as one of the successful thought leaders. His website aims to help users to clean, protect, improve their reputation and privacy.
Patrick and his fellow friends created a website, BrandYourself, that helps people to improve their ranking in Google search results. The story of the company was originated with a student who was being mistaken online for a criminal with the same given name.
With BrandYourself excellent services, Patrick was ranked one of the Empact 100 Top CEOs under 30 by the White House. Moreover, he was featured on Shark Tank and Impact 100 Top CEOs under 30.
- Public Taking
Patrick Ambron has courses and speaks about online reputation and privacy. Currently, he is serving as a mentor at the Cooper Union in NYC, and give lectured in many universities.
- Social media marketing
Patrick Ambron grew up in New York which he finished high school at John Jay High School. Also, he received his Bachelor Degree from Syracuse University.
Milestones in life
Patrick and his fellow friends created BrandYourself right after he finished his studies. He is now serving as CEO as the company operated in the ORM or Online Reputation Management industry.
- New York’s #1 Emerging Technology Business
After few years of operation, the company named New York’s #1 Emerging Technology Business. Moreover, it made Patrick and his team become the youngest company to ever win the $200k prize.
- Shark Tank
With his miles of achievements, Patrick featured on the famous TV show, Shark Tank, which he plugged for investment for his company. Fortunately, Robert Herjavec, a successful investor and TV personality, offered $2 million for 25 percent stake in the business. Thus, it makes one the largest investment in the history of Shark Tank.
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“If you can’t explain a specific area of your business in one minute, you’re taking on too much, or doing something complicated.”
“If you don’t define yourself and proactively maintain your identity, someone else will do it for you. The idea that you can be invisible is a myth”