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CEO Spotlight: Vance Fundora – How This Entrepreneur Created Several 7-Figure Companies

Starting a business at an early age isn’t always a smooth process to overcome, let alone creating multiple businesses that have flourished the way Vance Fundora’s corporations have over the past few years. Even after reaching incredible milestones early on, Fundora said he has a lot more to accomplish.

Vance Fundora is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and social media influencer who commutes between Miami and Dallas-Fort Worth. He’s only 24 years old but has become a multi-millionaire with a global network to help him push his businesses and advocacies into the future. But getting to where Vance is today didn’t happen overnight. Everything he has today is but a product of years spent laying the foundation of success.

The serial entrepreneur dates the beginning of his career back to childhood. “I sold candy, flipped items and mowed lawns. In high school I strictly sold sneakers and made thousands of dollars. As long as it was legal, I never cared how big or small any job was,” Vance Fundora explains. “The idea of having an additional dollar in my pocket pushed me forward. I was without a doubt a raw hustler.” With those years of experience in working for others and himself, he began to build confidence beyond his years. 

But the most significant break came after Vance Fundora realized social media and the internet was a tool to be leveraged. In 2016, he started an agency while at Texas Tech—a full-service marketing and e-commerce company that would help other businesses scale and grow by creating custom marketing solutions. He went on to reinvest profits into the creation of other businesses and ventures.

His efforts have all boiled down to The Fundora Group, a conglomerate that consists of multiple companies that own, operate, fund and invest in various industries like commercial & luxury real estate, e-commerce, cryptocurrency, technology, sports, entertainment and charity organizations globally. 

Now, Vance travels the world connecting with thought leaders, public figures, philanthropists and professional athletes. He hopes to continually strengthen his influence and inspire others to reach tremendous success despite the seeming doubt and challenges. 

To learn more about Vance Fundora, visit his website and Instagram profile

Sophie Ireland
SVP for News and Editorial Director. As CEOWORLD magazine's senior vice president for news and editorial director, Sophie Ireland oversees CEOWORLD magazine's journalism and journalists around the world and across platforms. She leads an award-winning team of journalists and newsroom executives who are committed to excellence, innovation and the highest quality reporting and storytelling. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or connect on LinkedIn. Email her at sophie@ceoworld.biz.