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Patrick Ambron, CEO & Co-Founder at BrandYourself.com, Online Reputation Management Expert, General Assembly Instructor.
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Patrick Ambron, CoFounder & CEO, BrandYourself
Patrick Ambron started BrandYourself in 2009. BrandYourself is an online reputation management company which employs 80+ in New York City.
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Patrick Ambron is Co-founder & CEO of @BrandYourself.com. I tweet about entrepreneurship & anything I find funny/interesting. patrickambron.brandyourself
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Patrick Ambron. New York City. Patrick, a 2009 Syracuse University Graduate, is the co-founder and CEO of BrandYourself.com, recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the top 5 innovative young companies in the nation. BrandYourself is recognized as the leading web-based online reputation management ...
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Feb 6, 2013 - We built BrandYourself.com, the only DIY platform that helps people improve their own Google results. It started when my CoFounder couldn't get an internship in college because he was being mistaken for a drug dealer in Google. Since he wasn't sure how to improve his own results, his only choice was to ...