Thrive15

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Founded2014
FounderClay Clark
Website www.thrive15.com

Thrive15 is an American online business training website built up by Clay Clark. [1] Doctor Robert Zoellner serves as the company's Chief Operating Officer. The site offers business visionaries, some assistance with well established business people. [2] It has a library of 15-minute instructional classes, [3] taught by moguls and entrepreneurial examples of overcoming adversity. [4] [5] [6] [7]

Contents

History

This website was founded by Clay Clark in 2014. [8] Every month the supporter who procures the most focuses is honored a one-on-one mentorship session with the website’s creator Clay Clark as well as a chance to contend to win business prized money. [9] [10] The support prize sum is dictated by a calculation recipe, which brought about the last prize being $30,000 altogether money esteem. [11] [12]

Notable entrepreneurs

The company has affiliation with different entrepreneurs: NBA Hall of Famer turned effective business person, David Robinson, [13] [14] [15] [16] the previous Official Vice President for Walt Disney World Resort, Lee Cockerell, [17] the subsidizing master and the fellow benefactor of Guidant Financial, David Nilssen, [18] top of the line creator and marketing specialist of decision for Prince, P. Diddy, Michael Jackson, Charlton Heston and Michael Levine among other specialists.


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