Grant Cardone is a New York Times Bestselling Author, the #1 sales trainer in the world, and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, social media, and finance.
Grant urges his followers and clients to make success their duty, responsibility, obligation, and to rise above outdated, unworkable middle class myths and limitations in order to achieve true freedom for themselves and their families.
His straight-shooting viewpoints on leadership, the economy, small business, retail sales, employment, and headlines have made him a valuable resource for media seeking commentary and insights on real topics that matter.
Beginning with his bestselling book The 10X Rule in 2011, Grant then launched the 10X Growth Conference beginning in 2017. This 3-day event has quickly become the world’s largest business and entrepreneur conference. His 3rd annual event drew in over over 35,000 people with some of the most prestigious speakers in the business world.
Grant created the 10X Growth Conference to be a place where people come to learn strategies from the most successful entrepreneurs in the world to 10X Your Business, 10X Your Income and 10X Your Life.
Co-Founder, CEO & Managing Partner
Brandon is a sought-after lecturer and CEO advisor on entrepreneurship, leadership, and business-building strategies. Brandon created a unique, variable-expense shared services delivery model with the purpose and passion of supporting and preserving independent business owners who have the desire to become more profitable and to grow their existing business or expand to new markets.
Brandon looks specifically to verticals that are confronted with poor single- or multi-unit economies of scale, industry consolidation, or the introduction of large-scale competitors. He is the founder of Audigy Group, his first management shared services company, which supports more than 250 of the leading independent hearing healthcare businesses throughout North America. Audigy Group has grown from a startup in 2004 to managing more than 650 locations and 180 full-time employees with $300 million in aggregate revenue. Audigy Group itself has grown from $500,000 in revenue in 2005 to approximately $30 million in revenue in 2015, with continued growth on the horizon.
Seeing similar opportunities in other vertical industries, Brandon founded Audigy Medical, an ENT-based management shared services company, and Stratus Dental Group, a dental management shared services company. Brandon has dedicated himself to helping his clients, colleagues, and employees achieve their personal, professional, and financial goals.
Brandon is a self-made serial entrepreneur achieving a $75MM net worth. He is an Owner/Partner in $100MM in commercial real estate, 2-time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur-of-the-Year Semifinalist, 1-time INC 500 & 5-time INC 5000 Fastest Growing Company Award recipient, 2-time INC National Hire Power Award recipient, 5-time Portland Business Journal Fastest Growing Company Award recipient, 2-time Oregon Top Workplaces Award recipient , Corporate Philanthropy Award recipient, Finance Award – U.K.-based Wealth & Finance Magazine. He is a sought-after lecturer and CEO advisor on entrepreneurship, leadership, and business-building strategies.
Chief Financial Officer
Michael M. Halloran joined Audigy in late 2014. Prior to this, he was with Action Target from March 2011 as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He has also served as Corporate Controller at Otix Global, Inc., from April 1999, subsequently promoted to Vice President in December 2002 and then Chief Financial Officer in July 2006.
Halloran began his career at Ernst & Young in their New York Metro region, where he worked from 1985 to 1994, rising to Senior Audit Manager. From 1994 to 1999, he held various senior positions at C.R. Bard, a large medical device company, based in New Jersey. Halloran has earned a Certified Public Accountant licensure and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in Accounting, from State University of New York at Oswego.