Dan`s entrepreneurial journey started at age 5 when was found out he is dyslexic. At the same time, he was helping and supporting his mother who had a self-catering business.
Learning practical entrepreneurial experience from his mother combined with a strong work ethic and passion toward art and graphics from his father who was a teacher influenced Dan`s teenage years.
Between the age of 18 to 21, he decided to finally overcome dyslexia by integrating knowledge gained from his parents in order to get a university degree in the field of media production.
This enabled him to transform from natural artist to entrepreneur who uses the science of video production to share compelling stories,
Empowered by the skills he gained at university, Dan opened his first video business at the age of 20. Within 1 year he already produced a video marketing campaign for world-renown brand Wonderbra.
Wanting to get more insights on how successful business works, he spent 3 years working full-time for a large event management company where he managed a team of 25 people and was in charge of the sales department.
Upon closing a large e-learning video deal with a renowned university in the UK, he decided to focus completely on his entrepreneurial journey.
In years to come, he successfully built and exited 2 businesses before unlocking his true purpose in life - igniting learning and knowledge sharing through video storytelling.
His client portfolio includes brands like Taylor Wimpey, Almac, Hormann, De Montfort University, Rock Kitchen Harris and many more.
Dan`s mission now is to create compelling video stories to increase employee engagement through online video value-driven education content.
He has a big passion for videography, storytelling, education, and e-learning.