|By Marketwired .||
|April 20, 2014 04:43 PM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/20/14 -- Matt Argall has enjoyed significant success in his business endeavors. From a young age, Argall embarked on a series of profitable business ventures, beginning with the turn-around of a company right out of high school and followed by a string of other successes. However, Matt says that none of that would be possible if it weren't for his mother. "Every business person has someone that inspired him or her, someone who served as a role model if not an actual mentor. For me, it was my mom," Argall says. "If it weren't for my mother's example, I don't know that I would be where I am today."
Matt Argall was born in Los Angeles, but the family didn't stay in the City of Angels for long. A move to Canada happened quickly, where his parents started a chiropractic office. When Matt was eight years old, his parents decided to sell the practice for a profit and move to South Florida, where Matt remains to this day. Throughout his formative years, his mother served as a prime example of business acumen combined with compassion and understanding for others. That example has served Matt well.
Matt's first business venture came right after high school, and saw him team with his best friend to save a struggling tech company. From that point, Matt put the lessons learned from his mother and his parents' business ownership into practice and has gone on to own and operate a range of different companies in various industries, from water filtration to lending to greeting card companies and more.
Matt remains committed to being both a savvy businessperson and a confirmed humanitarian. His work with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights as well as his investment into education outreach solutions make him not only a successful business owner, but a vital support to those less fortunate.
Born in Los Angeles, raised in Canada and now a resident of south Florida, Matt Argall is a successful businessman, investor and humanitarian. He has been intimately involved with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, as well as other nonprofit organizations focused on improving the lives and future prospects of the world's less fortunate.
To learn more about Matt Argall, visit http://www.MattArgallNews.com.
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