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Published on April 29th, 2017 | by Brandon H

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Lewis Syring

There is a new name in the marketing industry that is having an undeniable impact. The name is Lewis Syring and this Los Angeles native is turning the marketing industry on its ear. He has taken several small, unknown companies and turned them into stars in their industries. Armed with a seemingly endless number of effective, innovative ideas, Syring has made the marketing industry’s traditional powers sit up and take notice. The FiveHundo staff recently got the chance to speak with him about his meteoritic rise.

What are your favorite books?

‘The Hidden Persuaders’ and ‘The Status Seekers’ by marketing expert Vance Packard are the business books that had the biggest impact on my career. David J. Schwartz’s ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ has also inspired me a great deal.

What’s your favorite type of food?

Japanese but I’m discovering a newfound love for Ethiopian.

What can you look forward to in the future?

My company has a very promising future. New opportunities are coming to us every day. We have the chance to make many entrepreneurs and their loved ones very happy. We also have the chance to help consumers worldwide get the products and services they need.

What’s your biggest accomplishment to date?

The biggest accomplishment of my career has been helping my parents turn their business around and become successful. Nothing else comes close. The look on my parents’ faces when the business became a success and the profits started pouring in is something I’ll always be proud of.

What did you learn from your biggest failure?

Perseverance. It’s also important to remember to learn from every failure as I truly believe that is the key to success.

Business Marketing Consultant

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