Thomas Minieri is an American entrepreneur, innovator and artist. He founded his first company at the age of 25 with only $30 to his name. Within three years his company surpassed half a million dollars in annual revenue and within six years he was inducted into the Young Entrepreneur Council after his company surpassed the $1 million dollar in annual revenue benchmark.
Thomas largely attributes his success to his creative and innovative approach to marketing and technology. He is the founder and CEO of Minieri & Company, a boutique digital marketing agency with an angel investment division. In additional to marketing and technology, Thomas is a franchising expert and serves on the board of directors for a startup franchise system.
Thomas is native of New York and has lived in Maine and Boston. Today, he lives in Charlotte with his wife Elizabeth and their daughter, Abigail. Thomas is a Forbes contributing author and has also been featured in Business2Community, Inc, Mashable, Readwrite and more.
Elizabeth Minieri is a retired celebrity ballroom dancer and former Miss and Mrs. South Carolina. Today she works as a professional spokesmodel, women’s lifestyle coach, social media influencer, and full-time mom. Elizabeth is also an angel investor and has personally assisted several entrepreneurs in their startup ventures. Elizabeth is a native of New Hampshire and has lived in Boston and Charlotte.
The YEC is an exclusive invite only organization for founders under 40 whose companies have exceeded $1 million in annual revenue. If you have reached these entrepreneurial milestones, then contact Thomas Minieri today and he’ll help you to get connected!
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