They start so early

September 5, 2006 at 10:02 pm Leave a comment

Ryan Allis, 21, Founder of Broadwick Corp., providers of the leading email marketing and surveying software IntelliContact. Over the past four years, Ryan has built three companies to $2 million or more in annual sales–two as a marketing consultant and one as CEO. As CEO he’s managed Broadwick from its start in July 2003 to its current size with 26 employees and over 5000 customers.SEE VIDEO HERE

They start so early .

While they are working hard at 18 most of us are still in high school and college after which we either attempt to make a career in Corporate America or we become proffessional students piling up all kinds of degrees and certifications only to wind up ripe and ready to be employed by the now 30ish millionaire CEO .

Frank Addante is 29 he is the ceo of and that is his fifth company

 30 under 30   — Ok so you missed the list cos you are over 30 – Try getting on before your 50th birthday 

Under 30 entrepreneurs


Entry filed under: Internet Startup.

27 Year Old Ceo of 100 Million Dollar cost $500,000 but sold for $70,000,000

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