At the tinder age of 26, serial entrepreneur Jercori Freeman not only has his life together but he makes a living helping others get theirs together too. In addition to being the host of TEDxBuckhead and author of ‘The Art of the Sale,’ Freeman is also the founder of 2 privately held companies (Safe Capital and Credit Builders) and Wealthchild. The immersive online course platform allows the user to learn how to start a business from experts in any particular industry.
His company has helped many small businesses grow to 6 and 7 figures as well as maintain their overhead during COVID-19. What separates Wealthchild from other financial coaching programs is that it’s a one stop shop. They offer credit repair, unsecured funding and brokering services to put people with agents. They also offer contractors, loan officers, web developers and marketing agencies. Freeman told us that he created the company for a few reasons.
“There is no unique platform that caters to successful entrepreneurs—who are self-made and have built multi-million dollar empires—who also desire to teach others what they know,” he said. “They only cater to world renowned professionals, athletes, etc.”
Freeman argues that there a many entrepreneurial successes out there in Real Estate, Credit, Business, Technology, Media and many other industries that need a platform in order to be seen. Their story, business insight, tricks of the trade and formula to success needs to be heard because it will serve as a blueprint to the next in line.
Freeman started out working in one of the fastest-growing financial services companies in the nation. Being the #1 Sales Professional helping them go from just $5000 per month annually to over $350,000 per month in sales annually. He would later disband and start the first-ever 100% minority-owned app-based loan marketplace in America. A company honored by the City of Atlanta for developing initiatives to improve the economic mobility of the residents. To date, Freeman has completed over $30 Million in sales transactions, marketed to over 100 million viewers, and advised multi-million dollar companies like Keap and CleanFund. Wealthchild is looking for producers like Scott Storch and Zaytoven to produce a course.
For more information on Freeman make sure to follow him on Instagram @bosscori and visit the Wealthchild website at Wealthchild.com.
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