Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Roland Frasier Bio

Roland Frasier started out selling real estate when he was 18 and gradually moved into doing syndications of real estate and business investments. Roland held real estate, insurance and securities licenses and did leveraged buyouts with Prudential Securities while he was in college and law school.

After law school, Mr. Frasier started his own law practice and grew it to one of the top firms in San Diego providing services to entrepreneurs, business owners and marketing and entertainment industry clients. While there Frasier acted as Managing Partner and conducted all the marketing and advertising campaigns, generating clients through copywriting, speaking, networking and forming joint ventures.

During that time Roland began joint venturing deals with clients and gradually evolved from practicing law to buying and selling companies, repositioning businesses and direct response marketing (including copywriting for his own direct mail company, infomercials and other projects).

Over Roland's career He has completed infomercial deals with Guthy-Renker and K-Tel Direct, publishing deals with Simon & Schuster and Random House, negotiated shows with major hotels on the Las Vegas strip, been involved in over 100 private and public offerings, run international hedge funds, advised major brands on a variety of business and legal related issues (from PepsiCo to MacDonald's), worked with copywriting great Gary Halbert, created presentations and marketing campaigns for major brands and much more.

Roland Frasier has a real passion for business and putting deals together and is always on the lookout for businesses to buy, reposition and sell.

Specialties: Negotiation, copywriting, marketing strategy, structuring and funding of mergers, acquisitions and private and public exit strategies for businesses and entrepreneurs.

Design and implementation of comprehensive multi-channel marketing and advertising campaigns. Internet, new media, print, social networks, direct response.

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