Thoughts on DomRaider ICO from Jeremy Epstein, 20 years International Marketing Expert

Jeremy Epstein is one of the advisors of our Initial Coin Offering. As an International Marketing Expert he voluntarily created a video in which he shared his opinion about the DomRaider ICO, explaining why he is intrigued by our ICO opportunity.

About Jeremy Epstein

Jeremy Epstein, CEO of Never Stop Marketing, has 20 years of international marketing experience in helping to bring innovative technologies into the mainstream. Most recently, Jeremy was VP, Marketing at Sprinklr which grew from a $20 million valuation and 30 people to $1.3 billion valuation and 900 people in 3 years.

Previous work experience includes Microsoft and consulting to startups, mid-market firms, and enterprises, including JNJ, Yes To Carrots, and two NY Times best-selling authors (Dan Pink and

Gretchen Rubin). Jeremy also spent 3 years living and working in Frankfurt, Germany and Tokyo, Japan.

Jeremy is the author of numerous whitepapers and a book, appropriately titled, “It’s ALL on the Blog, DON’T Buy the Book,” and has presented to hundreds of audiences in 15 countries. Jeremy has been the top-ranked speaker at multiple conferences including Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conferences and Microsoft CIO summit, among others.

Jeremy currently works with some of the leading and most innovative companies in the blockchain/decentralization space including OB1, OpenBazaar, and Storj. He also facilitates the Decentralized Marketing Network, a peer-to-peer network for startups looking to disrupt major industries. In December of 2016, he edited and published a collaborative eBook with 33 of the biggest influencers and thought-leaders called “Blockchains in the Mainstream: When Will Everyone Else Know?”

Jeremy takes great joy in being an early adopter of new technologies, celebrating the victories (like buying Bitcoin at $80) and the defeats (too many to list) equally.

Described by more than one client as a “shot of marketing espresso,” Jeremy discovered his calling for marketing while living in Tokyo in 1997 after reading Peppers and Rodgers “The 1:1 Future” and hasn’t looked back since.

Jeremy was a History major at Johns Hopkins, a skill which he wholeheartedly believes prepared him for the marketing profession.

By far, the toughest and most rewarding job he has is to be a kind, thoughtful, and sensitive husband to his wife of 16 years and a patient father of 3 kids on the precipice of being teenagers.

You can connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

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