From the Back Cover
The Daymond John "brand" is all about being out in front and going your own way. In The Brand Within, he gets readers thinking bout what it means to succeed in business and in life. One thing about Daymond, he takes charge, and in here, he puts his own spin on our consumer cukture and challenges us to change things up.
Famed Television Show Producer
--What a treat it is to sit beside Daymond John on
Shark Tank! He's full of surprises, but it's no surprise that he's just as smart and funny and cutting-edge in print as he is on the set. This is a book for anyone who wants to rock their own world, the same way Daymond keeps rockin' his-and ours.
Real Estate Mogul and Bestselling Author
AMAZING! The Brand Within is a great read! As I build the 'Kim Kardashian Brand" I understand the importance of aligning myself with those who reflect the same elegance, beauty, fashion, and excellence as I do. Daymond helps you to realize the importance of perception and how you convey it to the world. Building your brand never stops and after reading this book you'll be inspired to keep thriving.
About the Author
A success story, an industry leader, a young entrepreneur, a man who has reached and surpassed new heights of commercial and financial success, just a fraction of classifications used to describe Daymond John, CEO and founder of multi-million dollar fashion empire FUBU. Daymond possesses the capability knowledge, insight and approachable demeanor which allow him to successfully achieve any goals set forth before him, as well as nurture others to do the same.
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).