Secrets on Raising Capital and Connections from Jay Leopardi

Daymond John of Shark Tank on ABC Endorses Long Time Friend on Advice and Ideas about Building Your Network and Collecting Capital
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July 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Born with the formula for success, Jay Leopardi has mastered his branding visionary, inventor gene, musical talent, and financial strong suit to now make public his secrets on raising capital and building network connections.
*Endorsed by long time friend and Shark Tank judge on ABC, Daymond John*
Consistency, diligence, and growth are the key attributes that Mr. Leopardi is recognized for throughout his career. Those are the first secrets in keeping connections as well as deliverance.
The “What, Why, and Is Underground Tips” for achieving capital intended for a product or business discussed to Mr. Leopardi in an exclusive interview with Daymond John are:
•   What is your product or service?
•   Why are selling this product or service?
•   Why would anyone purchase it?
•   Is it enriching their lives?
•   Is it an exclusive high priced point product or service?
•   Is it a low priced product or service for everyone to obtain?
•   Is your marketing strategy for the world or simple advertising?

If someone is ready to search for funding, now that the business model is in order, the secret answer is with the people and agencies whose businesses and services revolve around this industry every day.                                       

Attorneys, mergers and acquisitions, as well as the brand managers are the specific trades to research. “And remember, you must have proof of sales and concepts prior to pitching….you can make up your own opinion but not your own facts, “ Daymond John states.

About Jay Leopardi: Jay Leopardi is today's lifestyle and pop culture branding expert, who specializes in the growth and development of brands. His skills range from search engine monopolization to new business funding techniques, concept actualization, and motivational speaking and product launch campaigns. Some of his entrepreneurial endeavors include product placement, licensing and integration as well as celebrity endorsements. Jay Leopardi launched his career at age 13 as a pop recording artist in Miami, Florida, landing his first record deal at age 17 with AFR Records. Six weeks after releasing Jay's single, it became the top one hundred hit on the billboard charts, selling 60,000 copies. After the record label bidding began, Jay recognized that there were many other facets to the music industry. He then made the decision to become a music producer.
Growing up among top celebrities ranging from musicians to actors helped Jay recognize that the music business was much more intricate than what people heard on the radio. After years of producing albums, Jay decided to move to Cincinnati, Ohio to work alongside his father, Emmett C. Leopardi, who worked for the multinational corporation Procter & Gamble. There, Jay learned discipline and formal training from several of the top leaders in the brand management industry.
Currently a visionary marketer, branding expert, and one of “The Shark” Daymond John’s right hand men at Shark Branding, Jay works closely with celebrities and companies in delivering brand management support. Jay has been dubbed “The Bad Boy of Branding & technology guru”. Jay reinvented himself and brought his strategic marketing expertise online. He began signing clients and securing product placement. Jay now works closely with big names including Cedric the Entertainer, Kel Mitchell, and Miguel Nunez Junior, to name a few.
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