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Shark Tank’s Daymond John to Keynote AFP 2018

  • By Staff Writers
  • Published: 2/12/2018

Fans of ABC’s hit TV series Shark Tank won’t want to miss AFP 2018, as Daymond John is set to keynote the event.

The founder of FUBU, Daymond John will take the AFP 2018 audience on an inspiring and emotional rollercoaster ride. How does a man, with no formal business training, go from driving cabs and waiting tables to creating a global fashion empire with retail sales exceeding four billion dollars to date, and a starring role on one of TV’s most popular shows?

The true-life tales of his incredible successes and numerous failures will motivate, inspire, and teach you how to set and go after your own goals with focus and determination. Daymond will share the exact goal-setting strategies that he attributes to his success and will challenge you to exercise your brain in a way that cultivates a positive, goal-setting mindset.

Over the last 20 years, Daymond has evolved from one of the most successful fashion icons of his generation to a highly sought after branding expert, author, consultant, and speaker. His creative vision and strong knowledge of the marketplace created one of the most iconic fashion brands in recent years, FUBU.

In 2009, Daymond joined the cast of the ABC entrepreneurial business show, Shark Tank. As one of the “Sharks”, Daymond and other prominent executives listen to business pitches from everyday people hoping to launch their company or product to new heights. By investing his own money, Daymond partners with the entrepreneurs to help them turn their dreams into reality.

In recognition of his contributions to fashion and the face of American business, Daymond has been celebrated with prestigious awards, including keys to over a dozen cities, the NAACP Entrepreneurs of the Year Award, and the Congressional Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship.

For more information on AFP 2018 and to register, go here.

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