Today’s “Millennial To Watch” is Pascal Wagner.
Who Is Pascal?
Pascal is the founder of a VR company called Walkthrough which allows home buyers to virtually tour various properties at an agent’s office to narrow down the homes they actually wish to visit – saving every stake holder time and money in the home buying process.
Why Should You Care?
I met Pascal via Eben Pagan, one of the top guys in Internet Marketing and we hit it off. He’s done work for various entrepreneurs and thought leaders and knows how to execute on big ideas. I’m personally excited to see how far he can take Walkthrough, and by following him you can see into the future of home-buying because this IS the future, whether Walkthrough becomes the mass-adopted version of this technology or not.
What You Can Learn From Pascal?
1) Email him to ask him about virtual reality and his thoughts on the first few use cases or industries that will push VR to mass adoption.
2) Ask him about travel-hacking (he’s flown all around the world for tens of dollars..not hundreds or thousands..tens!).
3) Ask him about Facebook advertising and paid traffic.
Get In Touch. Follow Pascal On…
Email Pascal at email@example.com!
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P.S. – I’ve been watching a lot of interviews from Chase Jarvis recently for his “30 Days of Genius” series. Here’s one of the interviews with Humans Of New York founder Brandon Stanton.
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