GenerationProz, an innovative YouTube Growth Marketing Agency based out of San Bruno, CA has officially reached according to Kleiner Perkins and Sequoia Capital a $1,400,000 evaluation. A spokeswoman from Sequoia capital said “We’ve never seen such young entrepreneurs plant their roots in any market in such a way.”
GenerationProz was founded by Ibrahim Abughosh in November 2020. Ibrahim is a Palestinian American Muslim who grew up In San Bruno, CA. Growing up in San Bruno which also happens to be YouTube headquarters, Ibrahim was fascinated by YouTube itself. Before graduating from San Francisco State University back in 2020, Ibrahim won the presidents club at Verizon which is an award given to the top 1% of Verizon Business Representatives in the nation. Ibrahim also interned for a private equity fund, worked as a sales manager at State Farm, and also won the #1 banker award in California at Bank America. After graduating at the age of 22, Ibrahim worked at BrightEdge, the leader in Enterprise SEO Technology. There he sourced $500,000 in annual revenue and was ranked as the number 1 Sales Development Representative in the nation at the end of 2020. It was at BrightEdge, where Ibrahim found a passion and love for digital marketing.
Ibrahim Aboudamous, also a Palestinian American Muslim is the co-founder and COO of GenerationProz. Aboudamous, also having attended San Francisco University was passionate about software development. Prior to graduation Ibrahim worked at Apple, where we was awarded “highest customers satisfaction ratings” in his local market. He also won the San Francisco Hackathon where he created “pickitupinside”. Aboudamous was able to custom code GenerationProz patented YouTube Acceleration Dashboard. He currently is the head of all internal operations for GenerationProz. Ibrahim Abu Ghosh, 24 and Ibrahim Aboudamous, 25 also known as the dynamic duo of Abe and Hemo seem to have all the right pieces to build a successful company that could one day go public. The reason for this evaluation is clear, with Kleiner Perkins being the front-runner in ensuring GenerationProz’s future success.