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Changing fashion and the face of American business with FUBU was only the beginning. What started initially with unbridled perseverance and a dream of catering to a market otherwise ignored, quickly transformed into a business venture, and eventual enterprise, worthy of the multitude of accolades and awards it has received. Some such prestigious awards: Brandweek Marketer of the Year (1999), Advertising Age Marketing 1000 Award presented to Daymond for outstanding ad campaign (1999), NAACP Entrepreneurs of the Year award (1999), Crain's Business of Forty Under Forty Award presented to Daymond (2002) and Ernst & Young New York Entrepreneur of the Year award (2003).
Nothing really useful or insightful with this book. Feels like so much repetition in the book to make it long enough to scrape by as an 'insightful' book... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff
Daymond lays it on the line and tells you straight up what it takes to be a successful person, no matter what you're going for in life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christopher Candelari
I am amazed that he is willing to share this information so that others can be inspired to go forward with their ideas. Myself included. Read morePublished 2 months ago by deborah reams
Great book, I learned alot on branding and the role it plays in all of our lives.Published 2 months ago by Eugene Valdes
Great read full of great insight and common sense approaches. I love Daymond's story very inspiring to those who are willing to work hard enough for it!Published 5 months ago by Kurt Dietrich
Stupid, he talks about a bunch of senseless crap, basically scattered, thoughts, stemming from presidents, to a loooooong drawn out story of Tiger woods, did I mention LONG!! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chuck Williams