The Legacy Movement with Aaron Gray
Aaron Gray, founder of The Legacy Movement, an organization whose vision is to change the conversation about success and entrepreneurship in under-served communities joins Enterprise Radio. Aaron has a 10-year career in finance and technology and is extremely passionate about making a significant impact on emerging entrepreneurs and business owners in the United States.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Aaron Gray discuss the following:
- What problem does your startup solve?
- What was the true motivations behind starting The Legacy Movement?
- Why do people need this firm’s value proposition right now, at this juncture in our economic cycle?
- Tell us how do you see the firm evolving over time?
- Aaron, the way people define success is always different, how do you measure success?
Aaron Gray is the founder of The Legacy Movement. He over ten years experience in finance and technology. Before taking the entrepreneurial plunge, he worked at Global Payments as Director, Corporate Development and helps drive their domestic and international corporate development and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) initiatives for worldwide expansion and growth.
Prior to joining Global Payments, Aaron served as Manager, Strategic Business Development / Corporate Strategy for The Home Depot. He executed extensive research on market trends to identify key issues and their impact on core business strategies as well as provided analysis and recommendations on strategic business and operational initiatives to the executive leadership team.
Prior to business school, Aaron worked as a venture capital associate at Greycroft Partners focusing on digital media, consumer internet, and mobile start-ups. He has also served as Business Development Analyst for Fandango, Inc. where he performed detailed merger analyses and through his competitive intelligence and identification of strong strategic partners, was responsible for the execution of major deals for the company. Aaron began his career as an Investment Banking Analyst for Goldman, Sachs & Co. where he evaluated strategic alternatives for clients across the technology, media and telecom sectors.
Aaron graduated with honors from Florida A&M University and has a Master in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
Related Web Site: www.legacymovement.net
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