Business Pitch: Former baseball player is a future business mogu

Business Pitch: Former baseball player is a future business mogul

It’s become a trendy business model, with the likes of Ryan Engh stealing the scene. Ryan pursues business ideas in short periods, sometimes multiple. To be a success as a serial entrepreneur, leveraging people, pay, and platforms are necessary. The structure must be maintained, along with focus, and one must have enough guts to do things differently, this defines Ryan Engh. 

The former D1 baseball player currently lives in Miami, Florida. In 2016, he signed a letter of intent at High Point University. Soon after, he left college to become the serial entrepreneur that he is today. Because of this, he has expanded his portfolio to include a multi-family real estate investment and a social media/ digital marketing company. He provides Instagram marketing services for multi-million dollar brands and businesses and has grown multiple Instagram accounts to millions of followers. 

Ryan considers himself unemployable, with an incredible amount of work ethic. Knowing the power of connections in several industries, he has attended events such as the 2018 NBA Finals, seated courtside in games 3 and 4, and the 2020 NFL Honors. He was sitting behind Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys, no less. 

True to his lifestyle, he enjoys flying on jets during business trips with clients and partners, exploring luxury and high-end establishments, and knowing the secrets to get free first-class seat upgrades. In his downtime, he rests in his high rise apartment overlooking Miami Beach. 

Ryan considers himself a travel and credit hacker. At 19, he flew on his first private jet.  Ryan prides himself on having a personal 800 credit score and a $150,000 credit line. Ryan believes that he holds the key for young entrepreneurs who are looking to grow their credit scores to access capital to begin a business and to develop further popularity in social media. Recently, Tai Lopez, who leads the Social Media Marketing Agency (SMMA), featured Ryan as one of his top students. 

He believes that growing entrepreneurial connections, and finding access to critical marketing strategies, is a surefire way to get ahead. He is willing to share untold credit secrets and strategies. Follow Ryan Engh on Instagram today!

 

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