What Does It Take To Be An Entrepreneur? Grayson Lafrenz Interview

What does it take to be an Entrepreneur? In today’s episode, you will learn from one of the industry’s top performers on how to build a business from the ground up in a smart and sustainable way.

Grayson shares the unexpected path that led him into the business, how he found his niche and the winning strategies that helped his business become one of the fastest growing businesses in San Diego. 

Grayson Lafrenz is the CEO of Power Digital Marketing, an online internet marketing agency that helps businesses scale and drive revenue through digital marketing. 

Over the past 5 years, he has grown the company from a team of three to a team of 60 plus. 

Power Digital has been named San Diego’s Healthiest Company, Fastest Growing, and mentioned on the Inc 500 Companies & Best Places to Work. On this episode of The Online Marketing Strategies Show, Grayson walks us through his entrepreneurial journey and shares how he’s been able to rapidly grow his company.

He’s barely 30 years old, and has built a business that is now nearing $20 million in revenue! 

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