5X ENTREPRENEUR & BRICK-AND-MORTAR GROWTH EXPERT
Actionable advice that you can use to create great experiences in your location(s) that result in more revenue for your business.
“If you ain’t making waves, you ain’t kicking hard enough”
Bobby Marhamat started business building before 4th grade, and he hasn’t stopped.
Growing up in Lincoln, Nebraska, Bobby remembers watching his father launch and grow profitable businesses and taking in each success and failure. At 9 years old he became an entrepreneur himself and he still applies the lessons he learnt from his father to this day.
Today this contributing member of Forbes Development Council and former executive of technology companies like Verizon, Revel and Highfive helps multiple businesses identify and implement the measures they need to help them boost customer loyalty, expand and survive.
A business growth specialist and seasoned author, Bobby is passionate about solving complex problems for businesses in crisis or traversing a growth phase. During his career of over 20 years, he has aided multiple businesses to go from near ruin to revenues of multiple millions of dollars. He accredits his success to hiring the right team members and identifying the exact inputs needed to achieve the desired outputs.
His current mission is to help online, and brick-and-mortar retailers engage their customers with unique digital and in-location experiences that will keep them coming back for more.
When he is not saving businesses, you will find Bobby in his garden nurturing his famous hot peppers, driving out of town for a wine tasting, spending time with his family or getting too much sun while reading on the beach.
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