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Forbes 400 List Up & Comer Ramy El Batrawi

August 11, 2017 by  
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Having amassed a net worth of over $50 million by the age of 23, Ramy El-Batrawi was moved to a greater vision when he saw an episode of the TV series “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” The subject of the episode was Adnan Khashoggi, a Saudi Arabian businessman who, in the early 1980s, had a net worth of 10 billion USD and was considered one of the richest men in the world.

A student of Napoleon Hill’s legendary self-improvement book, Think and Grow Rich since the age of 12, Ramy knew that when he formed a burning desire to reach a goal, and maintained his faith in reaching that objective, nothing could stand in his way. As Napoleon Hill maintained: “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

Ramy conceived the idea of going to work with Khashoggi, who was seemingly impossible to reach, given that the man brokered deals between the Saudi government and US defense contractors like Lockheed, Raytheon, Grumman, and Northrup. Nevertheless, exploiting the influence of Khasoggi’s inner circle, Ramy ended up becoming one of the Saudi billionaire’s closest associates.

Close business associations with other billionaires such as Carl Icahn and Donald Trump followed.

When Ramy ventured into media in the 1990s, an astonishing success in the history of publishing followed. Once he launched a media campaign for John Gray’s “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus,” sales skyrocketed, causing the book about male and female relationships to sell more than 50 million copies. The book spent 121 weeks on the bestseller lists.

Absent from the media spotlight for a time, Ramy is now poised to make a major new mark in the business world through his holding company X, LLC, with a series of upcoming IPOs for his new businesses: a ride-sharing app YayYo, a Metasearch app for the Rideshare industry; a stake in Biotech Company NeurMedix; an all-natural supplements company focused of sexual health; His controlling stake in Advanced Tek Group, Inc and AGVG a money-raising machine he created to raise capital for his upcoming next 6 ventures.

His 21st century goal is very simple: Ramy El-Batrawi is making major deals as each week goes by, on his way to making the list in the next two years. We estimate his net worth to be $1 Billion.

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