Hi, I’m Marvin.
Entrepreneur, Full-Stack Marketer & an Eternal Optimist
I’m a creative that is big on analytics. My forte is the ability to identify ways to take ANY company to the next level using measurable and immeasurable marketing strategies.
Currently, I do this for a living at a very specialized & highly selective marketing firm in the San Francisco Bay Area where we grow startups, large private institutions, government organizations, and more. Every now and then, we’ll help out a budding SMB that we like or believe in.
To me, culture is everything. All I need is freedom, a team that I can trust, and coffee of any sort –– and then sit back and watch me make something out of nothing.
At the core, I’m a multi-passionate idealistic entrepreneur. I don’t fit into a conventional box & my skills are as diverse as my taste for music & food – and I’m known to listen to and eat weird stuff!
I believe that you must bring your whole self to the business table if you want to kill it in today’s game. I also believe that marketing is the single greatest money-making and world-changing skill on the planet. And everyone — from entrepreneurs to artists, corporate executives to non-profit professionals — needs to learn it.
Let’s work together, build culture, and grow your business — contact me.
Follow The Yellow Brick Road
A quick glance on how I got here. I didn’t just wake up like this (a la Beyonce)
By day, I’m a growth strategist at a digital marketing agency. My clients consist of companies of all sizes. From SMBs to large Fortune 500 companies to up-and-coming startups. I get to work with them all.
Fancy eh? You can learn more about this via LinkedIn.
By night, I work with desserts. It’s pretty sweet! It’s a gig that is 8 years in the making and a product of the proverbial sweat and blood relentless pursuit.
I pull from my experiences as a successful business owner and confidently share my best marketing strategies and tactics with clients. See #Career section above.
It all started with a blog. Then came the ads, followed by the affiliate programs, and then direct-ad buys. Then one site became two. Two sites became four…
All Things Growth
Business development, marketing, and hope for humanity from a Silicon Valley growth strategist.