The Great Business Man

While many names have been floating around our ears for the past couple of years when we think of success and entrepreneurs, the list does not stop and Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg. Bruce Levenson has not gained as much attention as those previously mentioned but he is still known and has placed his foot in many doorways. He has managed the art of multitasking in a way that would make a juggler look like a joker. While he is known as the owner of the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers, and Philips Arena, and co-founder of United Communications Group- a business information company. He is also a director of TechTarget, an adviser of BIA Digital Partners, partner of GasBuddy, and invested in teaching students about philanthropy leading to a global outreach.
He is the true story of success considering that all of this, going back to his earliest pursuits with his company UCG, began from a storage unit in his father’s liquor store. Now that company is reaching millions of people all over the world and it has received hundreds of awards, specifically one hundred and twenty-five of them. He then continued to pursue his dream of working with professional sports and the aforementioned team has managed to make it to the NBA playoffs for the past seven years in a row. Mr. Levenson’s assistance in education has also been above and beyond as many other have failed in these attempts. For the past four years he has managed to build the Center of Philanthropy and fund Management at the University of Maryland. Students at the University of Maryland have been able to gain experience and practice in giving money away to businesses, therefore able to graduate as philanthropists. These programs are expanding so rapidly that it’s even reaching places outside of the U.S. In all of the things that Mr. Levenson has done he has managed to succeed in all of them by actively pursuing them with passion.

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