CARSON KROPFL: ENTREPRENEUR, PUBLIC SPEAKER AND OCEAN ACTIVIST
BOOK CARSON TO SPEAK AT YOUR EVENT!
Carson is an entrepreneur, public speaker and ocean activist. He's given a TEDx Talk, spoke to undergrads at USC Marshall School of Business on how to give a pitch, spoke at Chapman University to students on how to become a successful entrepreneur and presented his story at IMPACT 18 in Las Vegas at the Aria Hotel. His goal is to inspire people to go after their dreams. He's created an inspirational and hilarious talk with slides and videos titled "Gromazon - How to Become a Successful, Young Entrepreneur" and shares how he created his company, got on Shark Tank and landed Richard Branson as his investor. His three secrets to success: Seize the moment, never give up and believe in yourself.
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BACKGROUND ON CARSON KROPFL
Carson began his career as an entrepreneur at the age of seven. He has invented two patented products (Streetubez and Locker Board), four trademarks, appeared on Shark Tank, landed Sir Richard Branson (Founder of the Virgin Group) as his investor and is collaborating with the lead of Sustainable Innovation at Nike (Noah Murphy Reinhertz) on new ideas.
In addition, Carson loves sharing his story and inspiring others to go after their dreams. He's become a public speaker and recently did his first TEDx Talk in front of an audience of 1,000 people. He's been featured in over 30 publications and shows including Shark Tank, The Harry Show, iHeart Radio's Bill Handle Show, iHeart Radio's Tim Conway Show, Radio Disney with Alexa Curtis, GrindTV, Channel 5 News, Channel 7 News, Forbes, Time Magazine for Kids, BuzzFeed, INC Magazine and more.
The ocean inspired Carson's business. He created Streetubez so he would be able to surf anywhere, anytime and he started Locker Board to pay for his surf lessons and surf contests. That's why Carson donates a portion of his proceeds from Locker Board to Ocean Unite, because they focus on ocean conservation issues. He also helped found the #SaveSanO Movement with his friends and donates his time to help get 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste being dumped at his favorite surf break in Southern California called SanO, stored in safer canisters and moved to a safe location.