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Solving Brand Identity Problems with Dillon Morgan

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In elementary school, Dillon’s first office was in his parents’ garage where he made miniature skateboards, which were the beginnings of him selling products internationally. In college at the University of Southern California, him and his co-founder, Jarett Chen, created a location-based messaging platform called Spop. They created UNUM to help solve their marketing and creative workflow for Spop because they couldn’t afford to hire a creative agency. Today, more than 16 million people in over 190 countries have used UNUM to manage their social media, from big brands to celebrities.

Links to learn more about Dillon Morgan:

Dillon’s LinkedIn

UNUM’s Website

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