Olivia Ormos is the founder of OO & CO, a full service Miami based agency that specializes in events, digital marketing, social media strategy & influencer relations. She is also responsible for the creation of the famous Model Volleyball event founded in 2010, that takes place in both Miami Beach and Los Angeles. Olivia, a Florida Gator, has been managing and organizing high profile events since she was 19 years old starting while she was still in college. This episode is full of rich information from Olivia’s experiences such as deciding on the branding of her companies to the layers of producing a major event.
[02:01] Getting to know Olivia’s story
[03:00] Alex’s experience setting up his agency straight out of college
[04:14] Challenge yourself when you’re young
[04:50] How Olivia began working with major events
[07:00] Olivia’s mentors growing up
[08:00] Be prepared for when things go wrong in business
[08:50] Advice from Olivia for starting a new business
[10:04] Make sure your branding is ready for the future
[12:20] Behind Olivia’s event: Model Volleyball
[16:55] Philanthropy within business
[21:12] The benefits of traveling
[23:12] The value of using credit cards for business expenses
[26:14] Where to find Olivia on social media
“Don’t be in such a rush, take your time and learn before starting a major business venture” – Alex Quin
“Challenge yourself when you’re young even if you think you’re not ready” – Olivia Ormos
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