Does Real Estate have a brand problem?
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On this episode of Divided by Brand I chat with Daray Olaleye. Daray is a Real Estate Investor and Business Coach.
As a former Big 4 accountant he has audited some of the biggest names in Real Estate. After Big 4, to gain finance experience, he went to consult for a 26 Billion dollar fund manager and analysed complex investment vehicles. After an unfulfilled and overwhelming stint in corporate, Daray found cash flow real estate as a means to quit his day job and travel the world.
Today, Daray is the founder of the Before the Millions educational and coaching company - spanning its reach to over 100+ countries worldwide. This platform's mission is to help every day professionals become savvy investors and create a lifestyle business.
Over the past few years, Daray has personally coached hundreds over 500 students and been able to help many of them create financial freedom, travel the world and make an impact on the masses while enjoying life and making the world a better place.
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About the show
Divided by Brand is a show for entrepreneurs, business owners and influencers who find themselves at a point on their own journey Divided by Brand. Produced by Daniel Ocock a brand identity specialist with over 20 years design experience and founder of Vie Design Co. This is a chance to hear first hand about real life brand dividing challenges. Particularly those key moments when you hit a wall with what your brand should be or even what your brand has become. It’s the perfect show for business minded individuals who are facing their own brand challenges.
Listen on your commute, in the car or those moments when you just need something new to focus on. Featuring branding insights. A ‘Boldest Brand' of the week plus spotlight guest interviews. Go behind the scenes of personal branding, corporate branding, branding for artists, creatives and even streamers. Listen to first hand accounts of what happens when you get branding right, and what happens when you get it wrong.