More About Brett

“A name to remember” in the opinion of Bloomberg Marketing, “an inspiration to young business people today” says Blue Hyppo, and “a modest phenomenon” according to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Brett Klasko started his first company at the age of 13 while in middle school. Brett is currently the founder and CEO of Phinaz Media & Marketing, which engages both investors and sports fans in original and creative ways.

Brett’s business acumen and insightful perceptions at such a young age has drawn the interest of several national publications and media outlets. The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CNN, ABC’s World News Tonight, Newsweek, The New York Post, Dow Jones, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and The Philadelphia Inquirer have all featured Brett as an expert commentator and interviewee.

Prior to running Phinaz, Brett was one of the youngest interns ever to work at Morgan Stanley. He also worked for the Philadelphia Eagles in a marketing role.

Brett graduated from Emory’s Goizueta Business School, where he served as President of the Investment Club. Brett is presently on the executive committee of the Emory Center for Alternative Investments.

Brett’s interests outside the company include playing just about any sport (especially baseball and football), trading stocks (when time permits), rooting for Philadelphia sports teams, and reading. Brett donates his time and money to several community affairs and charities, including animal shelters, disaster relief efforts, and his alma mater.

Follow Brett on Twitter @klasko

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