Ramon Ray

Ramon Ray

Ramon Ray loves burnt pancakes, bacon and eggs. He is also a four-time entrepreneur, best-selling author, global speaker, event producer and piano player.

Ramon is Editor & Founder of Smart Hustle Magazine, his third book is Amazon.com best seller “Facebook Guide to Small Business Marketing”.

Ramon has been invited as an expert witness to Congress, invited by the Office of the President of the United States to speak at the White House on personal branding and produced many events including the "Smart Hustle Small Business Conference", "Small Business Summit", "Small Business Technology Tour", "Small Biz Big Things" and more.

Get to know Ramon better at http://www.ramonray.com

Ramon has shared the stage with Seth Godin, Daymond John, Guy Kawasaki,
Simon Sinek, Gary Vaynerchuk, and other celebrity entrepreneurs.

He's interviewed President Obama in the President's first live Google Hangout, taken a selfie with Ivanka Trump and interviewed many of the sharks on Shark Tank.

Although Ramon has interviewed and shared the stage with many celebrity entrepreneurs, his passion and biggest professional accomplishment is interviewing "main street" small business owners and entrepreneurs and sharing their stories on SmartHustle.com

Ramon is not just an ivory tower geek, but as a former technology consultant, he has hands-on experience in a variety of technologies including social media, mobile computing, computer networks, online software and more.

Ramon’s expertise is technology, marketing, sales, business startup and his favorite is personal branding.

Over his extensive career, Ramon has written thousands of articles, spoken to thousands of business owners and impacted hundreds of thousands of small business owners and entrepreneurs to help their businesses thrive.

Interviews with Ramon Ray»See allInterviews RSS Feed

Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to report on his new experience of bringing his son into the business, and how to help younger generations learn that the fundamentals are not old school, they’re THE School.
Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to report on the evolution of his relationship with his son, as the latter grew into his professional life and decided to come back to the mothership -- er, fathership.
Ramon Ray joins Jim Blasingame to discuss whether America is a systemically racist country, and what MLK would think about racial progress in America.