Marcus Lemonis Community Is Coming

Community is a shared office space in the heart of the Fashion District in Downtown LA. Marcus Lemonis, the star of CNBC’s “The Profit,” opened our co-working space for his portfolio of e-commerce brands and as a service for local entrepreneurs. Community is designed to be a place for business owners who have appeared on the Profit as well as local entrepreneurs to come together for networking, funding, and access to Marcus Lemonis’ infrastructure. 

Our goal is to share expertise and resources in a collaborative environment to get even better at what we do best: planning and executing multi-channel campaigns. In order to make this happen we have partnered with brands like Disney, Star Wars, Universal, T-Mobile.


Lemonis plans on expanding to encompass more co-work locations and traveling pop up shops in the near future. If you are interested in being part of the Community, please contact us using the form below and tell us about your vision for your business, your roadblocks, and your strengths.

Five Ways To Use Social Networks To Sell Products

I have been hearing a lot of marketers talk about “social commerce,” which is exactly what it sounds like: using social media networks to help sell products online. This may sound like a relatively new idea, but when you take a deeper look, social commerce was actually introduced by Yahoo in late 2005. At the time, things like product reviews and sharing wish lists were cutting edge, but that was one of the early examples of combining social networking with online commerce. Technology has since evolved, but the idea remains the same. To understand how to succeed in social commerce, here are five tips for using social networks to sell products online.

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Six Tips For Licensing Products

When I attended San Diego State University, I started printing T-shirts with my friends. During that time, I obtained a number of collegiate and Greek licenses to help grow my printing business. The concept of licensing has not only worked for me but is a proven business model for many entrepreneurs. After going through the process of licensing products for many years, I have come up with six tips for brands looking to get into product licensing.

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