Brian Rose (media)

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Brian B. Rose
Occupation

Founder and Host of London Real and Silicon Real

Founder and Host of London Real Academy
Website

http://www.londonreal.tv https://www.youtube.com/user/SiliconReal

https://www.youtube.com/user/LondonRealTV

He is the founder and host of London Real and Silicon Real. Originally from California he moved to England, United Kingdom to be an investment banker. He graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) holding a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He said he had an epiphany while staying at Richard Branson's chalet in Switzerland which made him quit his job and establish London Real.[1][2]

His London Real is a talk show program that is being aired on London Live TV, YouTube and iTunes. The show generally focuses on real people sharing their stories unscripted and unedited. It was founded on October of 2011 and it was able to get high profile guests such as Tim Ferriss, Dan Peña, Dorian Yates and RJ Mitte on his show. His show boast of 350 episodes and over 50 million total viewers and 500 thousand subscribers.[3]

He also attended the QLA Seminar last October 2014 which is hosted by Dan Peña in his estate at Scotland, United Kingdom. They collaborated together to establish the first London Real event at the Ritz Hotel entitled "Blitz at the Ritz" which he hosted and having Peña as the primary guest speaker.[4][5]

He was invited as a guest speaker at TEDx Clapham and there he talked about why he left millions in banking so he can inspire millions online.[6]

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