Interview: John Nguyen

Digital marketing can be a confusing subject for some. There are so many variables to track that it can become mind-boggling. However, people like Johnson Nguyen have mastered the art of digital culture. He truly understands the ins and outs of digital marketing and has developed a company that only employs the brightest minds around. Johnson has an affinity towards learning and is constantly improving his skills to compete against other marketing firms in the online arena. However, Johnson Nguyen didn’t start his life with the same amount of success that he has now. This humble man has had humble beginnings that has made him into the master that he is today.

Johnson Nguyen grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is here that he was raised to become a hard worker. His parents taught him the value of persistence and never giving up on your goals. Johnson would travel often with his parents and saw many different places around the world. One of the most influential places that he would visit was London. He would eventually enroll at King’s College in London and receive his bachelor’s in digital culture. 

Johnson has been enjoying the fruits of his labors recently. He currently has 15 people working for him that are located around the world. He has brought together a truly remarkable team of digital experts to help his clients with their digital marketing plans. Johnson Nguyen has recently married and has been showing his wife the world. The future is bright for this innovate digital marketer and he shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.

Tell Us More About What Got You Interested in Digital Culture.

We didn’t have a lot of resources at home when I was growing up. We were living paycheck to paycheck. My only option to see the world was to see it online. I would visit web forums and other communities to interact with people around the world. Unfortunately, I wouldn’t be able to visit those incredible locations that they are from. Then a brilliant idea hit me. I would dedicate my energy towards digital marketing. I could use the digital culture skills I learned and make a career out of it. This would be a pivotal point in my childhood that would lead me to where I am today.

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