Pierre Subeh: The Man Behind The National Arab American Heritage Month ~
Pierre Subeh is an author, business expert, and award-winning executive producer. He is mostly known for advocating Middle-Eastern representation and pushing the U.S. Department of State & The White House under the Biden-Harris administration to recognize April as the national Arab American Heritage Month.
He founded the SEO marketing firm, X Network which worked with clients such as Apple Music, Abbott Laboratories, Häagen-Dazs, and Pepsi. His marketing firm surpassed $1.2 million dollars in revenue in 2021. Subeh pledges to use his diverse team and marketing resources to showcase how marketing can be leveraged to build inclusivity in modern communities.
He has been featured for his business expertise on Forbes, Influencive, Flaunt Magazine, NTD News, and SkyTV. He was also inaugurated as the youngest member of Entrepreneur Magazine's Leadership Network and now contributes to the magazine as an industry leader, his third published story went viral online. Subeh gave his first TEDx talk at USF in September 2021 about achieving any goal you set out to do, which was praised by critics. Early on in his career, he focused on studying the psychology of human behavior and the science behind efficient productivity. He is a natural leader when it comes to managing teams and creating successful ventures. He built a 6-figure business at age 17.
Subeh was born on 25 October 1998 in Lattakia, Syria. He moved with his family to the Caribbean island of Curaçao in 2010 and settled between the Caribbean and Florida. Pierre dropped out of college and decided to reinvent the way SEO strategy is done with his SEO firm. He makes frequent TV appearances across North America, Europe, and the Middle East for his business expertise. In 2021, he was invited as the youngest judge to the American Business Awards where he helped determine the winners of "Best in Business".