Paul Haarman

Paul Harman

A Personal Blog of Paul Haarman

Paul Haarman is a pre-arranged private worth monetary sponsor, bounty direction and business visionary with over 30 years experience in high all out resources blueprinting

“The rich don’t stay quiet about things, they just do things any other way and a large portion of America is essentially unconscious of what that resembles. Shift is the sole part determine local area of its sort, open to anybody, in any pay reach or class, who are searching for a more secure, quicker, better way of flourishing, instead of to simply getting by in this hyper-speed advance age of the 21st century.”

– Paul Haarman

In 1980, Paul began his own private worth warning firm, The Potomac Group. In 2001, he started zeroing in on another industry. The amusement business – by distributing a twice-month to month electronic bulletin called Camera and Pencil. As of now, Haarman is an accomplice at Ketchum Global Research and Analytics (KGRA) warning firm where he was CEO for quite a long time. His work has been cited in Time Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, CBS Marketwatch and different distributions.

Haarman is a lender of private value adventures in programming improvement, film creation, electronic substance creation and promoting organizations. His credits incorporate creating the digital TV series The History Channel Presents; The True Story of World War II which got an Emmy assignment for best narrative.

He was likewise a Founding Producer of the electronic TV organization, SofiaMedia.com which centers around worldwide stories and arising ability.

Haarman is additionally associate with magnanimous ventures. He serves on the governing body of WorldofGood.com; a retailer whose objective is to make occupations and further develop survives instructive freedoms, foundation improvement and medical care drives all throughout the planet.

He has been meet by various news sources including; CBS Marketwatch, The New York Times, Investor’s Business Daily, Financial Advisor magazine and Wealth Manager magazine.

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