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Whilly Bermudez is one of South Florida’s most recognized personalities. South Florida has given birth to many notable people through the years, and Whilly is no exception. This marketing expert and motivation for young entrepreneurs is also known as “The WB”. Whilly not only hosts his own popular podcast shows but also presents success stories to his audience and becomes a guide for inspiration as well.
“The WB” is the founder of a web development, mobile applications, and marketing agency called ‘WB Digital Media’. He has represented top brands like Welch’s Juices and Kimpton Hotels.
Because of his remarkable business ideas and placement of his imaginative stamp on incalculable customer brands, much of his social media content has been shared to the tune that’s close to millions of times. Not to mention, he made the now famous video of Daddy Yankee singing with a young cancer patient in Spain go viral.
In his weekly podcast called WB Podcast, he features interesting guests that have a story to tell about life, love, and perseverance. His other podcast is BIZ 305. In this strictly business setting, he talks with business owners and features their strengths, qualities, and their client testimonial videos. It’s a powerful and unique idea for the South Florida market.
His new podcast shows have generated over 400 subscribers in only two weeks.
What is also interesting about Whilly Bermudez is that although he is a man’s man, he has no problem showing emotion in some of his social media posts and podcast commentary. He goes where few men are willing to go and speaks plainly and beautifully about romance and the important of love and being loved.
A true romantic, even in a time when many would suggest that they are a dying breed.
“Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.”
Whilly easily admits his flaws and failures. But reminds us that his failures have been the fuel and foundation of all his accomplishments.
“Anything that looks good or sounds good (professionally speaking) never materializes overnight. The part that no one sees are those challenges, those late nights, and even some tears.”
– Whilly Bermudez
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