Ibrahim Ibrahim (Ibrahim²) is a serial entrepreneur, record label executive, talent developer and tech-consultant. He has founded multiple successful businesses in the fields of marketing, software development, music promotion, e-commerce, and more. He is the founder and CEO of iBoostReach, a full-service digital media agency that partners with enterprise-level companies and record labels to help them achieve their business goals. Ibrahim has been a strategic advisor to many successful startups, brands, and artists who he regularly provides consultancy services to in crafting the best business and marketing strategies.
Ibrahim has been featured in numerous top-tier publications including Forbes, The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Disrupt Digital, Future Sharks, The Odyssey Online, Telemundo Nuevo, The American Reporter, La Republica, California Herald, and many more.
Is there a lesson you would like to share with aspiring entrepreneurs?
People spend years looking for a shortcut. Progress takes time and requires unlearning. Be patient.
How have you grown over the past few years?
I think far more strategically than I used to and have developed a deeper understanding of the interrelationship of the various aspects of a business. I have, through varied experiences, to observe life as is, and do the things I love without being attached to the outcome.
Is there any entrepreneur whose advice you seek?
If I were to limit it to one person, it has to be Naval Ravikant. I first came across his Twitter thread titled: How to Get Rich (without getting lucky). To this day, I remember those two pieces of advice most vividly and practice them frequently: “embrace accountability, and take business risks under your own name. Society will reward you with responsibility, equity, and leverage, ” and “pick business partners with high intelligence, energy, and, above all, integrity”.