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‘Tuned in Tokyo’ owner Frankie Quiroz all set to expand his business worldwide in 2020

The beginning of anything new needs to have a big idea that would not only be beneficial to the business owner but also to the audience. This is one important aspect every entrepreneur keeps in mind before starting a business. Frankie Quiroz, the founder of ‘Tuned in Tokyo’ is an entrepreneur who started his automotive apparel company from scratch. His brand has not only created a trend among the youth, but it has also received immense praise on social media with a reach of 1 million followers on Instagram. 

Apart from this, he owns various other clothing brands which has seen his businesses hit the target of 8-figures in online sales per year. However, he had a lot of hurdles in his childhood as he was raised by a single parent in a lower-class family in Riverside, California. He attended nearly 14 schools because of financial troubles in his family. Since then, Frankie made up his mind to earn millions. With a team of 30 people working under him, he is all set to take ‘Tuned in Tokyo’ to a new level in the coming years.

Speaking about his successful entrepreneurial journey, he said, “As a kid, I always wondered what made me distinct from others. I discovered the fact of how to make money through different sources. I had no guaranteed business and whatever I have achieved today is because of the mistakes I have earlier made and the people I have met in my life.” Moreover, the year 2020 will also see Frankie Quiroz expanding his businesses and helping other aspiring entrepreneurs flourish their businesses by doing the right kind of marketing and branding.

Abdullah Fawaz

Abdullah has helped many startups in building their brand identity and advancing their business through his pro internet marketing strategies. Also, he likes to use his great writing skills to curate blogs on e-commerce trends, multichannel commerce, and online business strategies. He loves to share his ideas on business here at Clout News.