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Action and Ambition

In his new series Action and Ambition, featured on Entrepreneur.com, your host Andrew Medal goes behind the scenes to learn the backstories, mindsets, and actions of the world’s most ambitious people.
Episode 4: A New Spin On Music & Business
MICK used music to propel his career. He has spun private events for some of the world’s most prominent celebrities, brands, tech companies and philanthropic organizations including Beyonce, Bravo, Cadillac, Entertainment Weekly, Fast Company, Gary Vaynerchuk, Hillary Clinton, HBO, Instagram, Interview Magazine, Jay Z, Jimmy Kimmel, LeBron James, Michelle Obama, and the list goes on. Through his influence he has become the center of everything relevant, tech and culture, and has used his brand to create massive opportunity.


Episode 3: Complex Used Hip Hop & Sneakers to Create 55M+ Viewers and Sell for Over $250M
Andrew Medal chats with Rich Antoniello about how Complex Media is redefining the culture by sparking conversation through hip hop, sneakers, tech, news and sports, and how all of that resulted in selling the company for over $250M.
Episode 2: How to Build The Hottest Celebrity Spot On the Planet
Mark Brinbaum is the cofounder of the EMM Group, who owns the Catch restaurant chain, which are arguably the hottest restaurants in the world with A-list celebrities visiting weekly. He recently sold 50% of his company to Tillman Fertitta the Texas billionaire who’s the man behind the CNBC show “Billion Dollar Buyer” and also recently bought the 17 restaurants of BR Guest. In this episode of Action & Ambition with Andrew Medal, Mark discusses his beginnings and how he turned his passion for nightlife into a thriving business.
Episode 1: Here’s How to Sell Your Business For $100m+
Wayne Chang’s latest business, Crashlytics, sold to Twitter for more than $100 million. He’s been involved with other notable startups like Dropbox, JetSmarter, Napster, DraftKings and 50-plus more now valued at over $30 billion. In this episode of Action & Ambition with Andrew Medal, he discusses his approach to startups, angel investing and life.

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