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Elon Musk Inspires Entrepreneur Matt Argall to Realize Innovative Business Ideas

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- When Elon Musk announced last month that he was planning on giving up most of the patents surrounding his famous electric Tesla car in order to spur the development of electric vehicle technology around the world, he left investors and consumers puzzled, wondering why Musk would give up such a treasure. Investors had no need to be concerned though, in the two weeks following Musk's announcement Tesla Motors stocks actually climbed by more than 10%. And consumers will definitely benefit from the availability of the state-of-the-art technologies that Tesla engineers have developed and tested over the course of many years.

Musk, meanwhile, seems unfazed by the speculations and discussions in the media and rather focused on his latest project, the expansion of SolarCity, his solar-panel company. Instead of buying cheap photovoltaic panels, as the company has done in the past, Musk now acquired Silveo, a high-quality solar panel producer, located in Buffalo, New York. Musk's determination to follow through with his plans, regardless of others' opinions and his constant striving to realize innovative ideas on a big scale are two of the qualities that have made him an inspiration for many entrepreneurs, amongst them Florida-based investor and entrepreneur Matt Argall. Argall shares Musk's desire to not merely focus on profit and money, but develop business plans that have a sustainable effect on the population as a whole as well as support others to start-up their own businesses and follow through with their ideas.

"From PayPal to electric cars, from solar panels to space shuttles -- Elon Musk does not set himself, or his imagination, any limits. I think that is one of the secrets to his success," says Matt Argall, a successful business founder, leader and manager based in Miami, Florida, who has closely followed Musk's career for many years and admits that he draws a great deal of inspiration from the South Africa-born business magnate. Looking closer at the career of the two entrepreneurs, it becomes apparent that they indeed have quite a bit in common: Musk as well as Argall started their own business when they were still teenagers and, being born into the same generation, it is not surprising that they were both related to the Internet which was on the brink of conquering households all over developed countries. Similar to his idol, Argall has explored a wide array of different industries since, developing a hugely successful career as an investor, an innovator, and a business owner.

Born in Los Angeles, Matt Argall moved to Canada when he was just one year old and spent most of his childhood there. At the age of eight, Matt's family moved back to the United States, settling in Florida, where he resides up to this day with his wife, Maya, and their son, Rocco. While enjoying spending time with his family whenever he has a moment, Matt is relentlessly on the lookout for innovative business ideas and opportunities. Economic water filtration systems and the music industry are the two ventures that have sparked his interest most recently.

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