LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Hawke Media, one of Los Angeles’ fastest growing digital marketing agencies, is announced that its founder and CEO, Erik Huberman, has been selected for the Forbes’s 30 under 30 list. The list is composed of 600 young innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders that work to transform business, technology, finance, media, culture and more.
The judges include: Steve Ballmer, Carmelo Anthony (Sports); Sarah Jessica Parker (Art & Style); Jessica Alba and Tory Burch (Retail & E-commerce), Chris Sacca ( Venture Capital); Kelly Osbourne, Shonda Rhimes (Hollywood & Entertainment); Jim Bankoff (Media); Laurene Powell Jobs (Education); Zach Iser (Music); Daniel Boulud, Lee Schrager (Food & Drink); Hugh Evans, Jean Case in (Social Entrepreneurs); Robert Smith, Anthony Scaramucci (Finance); and Karl Rove and David Axelrod (Law & Policy).
Huberman has been a serial entrepreneur, brand manager and marketing consultant for eight years. Before Hawke Media, Huberman founded, grew, and sold his company, Swag of the Month. In addition, he helped grow Ellie.com’s sales to $1 million in just four months. Huberman frequently hosts and speaks at events and starred in a recently produced television commercial that aired on CNBC.
Huberman says he cultivates a positive environment at Hawke Media, filled with hardworking individuals that have helped Hawke Media reach every yearly business goal.
He carries a personal passion in life that enhances the startup and tech world. Huberman’s hobbies and passions in life are: music, travel and fitness – which is shared among Hawke Media’s team members as they participate in ongoing fitness competitions in the office.
Hawke Media is full-service outsourced CMO and digital advertising agency based in Santa Monica, California. As an Outsourced CMO, Hawke Media offers custom tailored solutions for each client to grow revenues and ROI. For more information, please visit www.hawkemedia.com or contact Chris Marks, Hawke Media Senior Marketing Manager, at (310) 451-7295.
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