Baltimore, M.D., USA – November 7th, 2013 – In his recent appearance on the Stansberry Radio podcast, fashion designer Marc Ecko described the story behind his success as an entrepreneur and bestselling author of his newest book “Unlabel: Selling You without Selling Out”.
Ecko advised future entrepreneurs to “take action without expectations.” Ecko said people must continue to promote their product to “influencers” even when they do not seem to be getting the results they were looking for. Ecko shared his past mistakes and the steps he took to turn them into a path to success. Ecko also explained that a successful product “has the ability to express why it adds value from one human to another.”
Writer James Altucher led the interview as the episode`s guest host. He also gave his take on the latest financial news touching on the debt-ceiling debacle and the glitch in Obamacare`s EBT cards.
The entire interview can be found on Stansberry Radio here.
Stansberry Radio is an independent financial research podcast that provides commentary on the latest financial and economic news. With more than 1 million episodes downloaded, Stansberry Radio has become one of the most popular financial podcasts in the country.
Stansberry Radio welcomes James Altucher, the fill in host for Porter Stansberry. Altucher is the former president and founder of Stockpickr LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of TheStreet.com and part of its network of Web properties, and a managing partner at Formula Capital, an alternative asset management firm that runs a fund of hedge funds. He also is a weekly columnist for the Financial Times and the author of the books Trade Like a Hedge Fund, Trade Like Warren Buffett and SuperCa$h. Previously, Altucher was a managing partner at technology venture capital firm 212 Ventures and was CEO and founder of Vaultus and Reset Inc. He holds a bachelor`s degree from Cornell and was a doctoral candidate at Carnegie Mellon University. He is also a nationally ranked chess master.
Marc Ecko, once a graffiti artist with no connections or fashion pedigree, Marc Ecko left the safety net of pharmacy school to start his own company. Armed only with hustle, sweat equity and creativity, he flipped a $5,000 bag of cash into a global corporation now worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Ecko is an American fashion designer, entrepreneur, investor and artist. He is the founder of Marc Ecko Enterprises, a global fashion and lifestyle company. He is also the founder and chairman of Complex Media, the world`s leading provider of fashion, entertainment, lifestyle, and product trends to young male tastemakers. Complex Media Network includes 110+ websites that generate more than 700 million page views and 70 million unique visitors per month. Ecko serves as an emeritus board member to the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Big Picture Learning and Tikva Children`s Home. Marc lives in NJ with his wife and three children.