Iman Aghay is a serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and international speaker. He founded Success Road Academy in 2010 which is one of the largest Information Marketing Training Centers in the world. He harnesses the power of the Internet and combines it with effective in-person marketing to help business owners grow their companies, and professionals position themselves as the go-to experts in their fields.
Also, he is the creator of “Ultimate Course Formula” which helps experts create and sell online courses with a simple step by step process in 60 days or less.
Iman has worked with over 15,000 business owners in the past few years in his seminars, events, webinars, group coaching and one on one coaching sessions.
Iman is a TEDx speaker and has spoken on the stage over 400 times in the past few years in front of audiences of thousands of people. He has shared the stage with Gary Vaynerchuk, Dan Martell, Sean Stephenson, Ted McGrath, John Chow (#1 online marketing blogger in Canada) as well as presenters from the David Suzuki Foundation, Hootsuite, Yelp and many others.
Iman arrived in Vancouver in 2009 with limited knowledge of English, no network, and no job. After studying the most successful businesses in the world, he created a marketing system that combined the most effective marketing strategies used by those businesses. He started his own company, applied his system and in a very short time:
- Founded Entrepreneurs International Network, which is a group of business networks in 5 countries in the world with over 20,000 members today.
- Founded the largest information marketing training centre in Canada, “Success Road Academy” with over 10,000 attendees to its events in the past 3 years
- Taught his system and helped thousands of people to build successful businesses for themselves. Today he has clients from Courtney, Canada to Sidney, Australia.
He has been featured on CBC radio, Shaw TV, Fox, CBS News, ABC, NBC and has made the cover of Immigrants Magazine. Iman’s passion is helping entrepreneurs to succeed. He won the People's Choice Award for being one of the top 25 immigrants in Canada and shares this honour with media mogul Peter Legge, Dragon’s Den star Robert Herjavec and John Furlong, CEO of Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.