Founder/CEO of FUBU, Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship, Star of ABC's Shark Tank and CEO of The Shark Group
Daymond John Text Reviews
Many people find it difficult to communicate clearly and speak up for themselves. Daymond's speech addressed this critical area, giving women the appropriate tools to implement good communication in both their public and personal lives.
Tamara Torlakson, Program & Speaker Manager - The Women's Conference
I have received numerous notes of appreciation from sponsors, participants and guests . . . It was inspirational to the students to have you with us [They] told me how contagious they found the entrepreneurial spirit in the room and you fostered that.
Joshua E. Aaron, President - Business Technology Partners, Inc., Planning Committee Member, Entrepreneurs Organization of New York
Daymond John is clearly one of the best! Daymond has an innate ability and powerful presence that invites every attendee to turn off their cell phones, Blackberrys, iPhones and other devices because they don't want to miss a word.
David Freschman, Founders & CEO - Early Stage East Venture Capital
Daymond lit up the room. He discussed his own experiences as an entrepreneur, starting from nothing, and gave his current point of view with realistic expectations of what he now likes to see as an investor on Shark Tank.
Joe Rubin, Director at FundingPost.com - Second Venture Corporation
Daymond's talk was inspiring and motivating for the social entrepreneurs participating in our business accelerator, as well as those watching and considering entrepreneurship as a means to address social determinants of health in their communities. He let people know that they can do well financially while also making a difference.
American Heart Association
Daymond's interactive presentation with pictures, music, and being able to connect with our audience in a genuine way was my favorite. It didn't feel fake or cheesy. He was able to command a room full of people with ease. I love that Daymond had a "set time" to take pictures and that gave folks almost an excuse to put down their phones for the rest of his session and solely focus on him.