1- Hello Justin, Can you please introduce yourself?
I’m Justin Grome, the CEO and Founder of Clonefluence Inc. I’m a 20-year-old Entrepreneur, Professional Photographer, and iOS Developer. I’ve been doing marketing, analytics, and photography since I was 13. Always keeping a creative mindset and doing my best to help anyone when I can.

2- What are your focus areas and why?
We focus on brand startups and management, we know the correct audience for each person and exactly how to reach them.

3-How do you describe “Clonefluence” in few words?
Influential, Trustworthy, Reliable, and Experienced.

4- How do you think creative youth are changing the future of business?
The youth are changing everything to do with society, not only businesses. Everything no matter what it is, is being done through the internet. On the bright side, things get done a lot quicker, but physical relationships are lacking.

5- What advice would you like to give to those just starting in business?
I would definitely tell them that it’s a lot of work, but that work will be worth it in the end. You definitely need a good support system going into it because if you have negative people around you, they’re not going to want to see you succeed. My family was always so proud of what I made of myself at such a young age and that’s the main thing that kept driving me forward.

6- Some big firms still can’t make a decision about the importance of influence marketing, what do you say about that?
They need to utilize the services that are around them. The internet is at its peak and if you’re not utilizing it and your competitors are then you’re already at a big loss. If you don’t use the internet as part of spreading awareness of your movement, you should definitely get on that.

7- In the era of internet, What is the real value social media presents, for active young businessmen, while other Marketing techniques can’t?
Back then there was no internet or social media. Now that it exists, it gives young people a chance to start up something of their own and turn it into a job. You weren’t able to do that years ago and mostly only people who were educated could have businesses.

8- What is the “one-word” advice you will give to our readers when it comes to succeeding at making clients happy?
Professionalism.

9- Do you find as an expert, that you enjoy the challenge of an industry being complex and the game rules are always changing?
Absolutely, being complex is what we aim for. If something is simple, that would mean anyone can do it and we definitely don’t want people thinking that. We’re always finding ways to improve or even make our company more intricate when working with artists.

10- The last word or final thoughts?
I really appreciate you for having me. Clonefluence and I wish you the best success. Thank you.

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