With over 25 years of marketing experience, Freddy Vásquez is here to guide you on a path of success.
Marketing came naturally to Freddy. From getting his feet wet in the halls of Universal Records, to launching social network campaigns for some of the biggest names in business, his aspiration for creating unique and eye-catching campaigns kept him in the forefront.
With clients such as Sullen Clothing, Aramark, and Five Finger Death Punch, chances are you’ve already seen his work in action. The marketing prowess required to create high-end campaigns for his clients are still at an all-time high with no end in sight.
Armed with experiences spanning the globe, Freddy Vasquez is looking to make another mark by sharing his success stories to help others achieve their goals. Being featured on media outlets and podcasts such as The Growth Now Movement with Justin Schenck, his desire to start a motivational campaign of his own has finally erupted.
Listen To The Fred Talk Podcast
An awesome podcast featuring awesome people! Host Freddy Vasquez talks to citizens of triumph in a world of despair. Take a listen to true stories of people just like you and me taking risks, striving for the top, and letting us in on secrets to their success.
This week’s guest is Meggan Kerber, Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Alvernia University. Meggan and I go back to the days of Bethany Children's Home. She called me in to do some website work and a new friendship was born. Fast forward a few...
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I just returned from vacation and I have a new goal in life. The past six months were terrible. I was a fraction of my old self and shut myself off emotionally from everyone. Zero cares in the world and I was okay with that. The constant giving took its toll, toxic relationships came to a boiling point, work was a bore, I gained all the weight I lost back, you get the idea. It was so bad, that even though I caught the plague (COVID-19), I felt like it was the most interesting thing that happened to me during my funk because I couldn't control it and I wanted to see what all the talk was...