Primary Role
Founder & CEO at Realeflow
Education
Baldwin Wallace University
Born:
June 8, 1974

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Greg Clement is the Founder and CEO of Realeflow (2011 INC. 500 Company) and AppGiraffe.

He graduated from Baldwin-Wallace University in 1997 with a BA in Marketing.   Over the past 6 years he has guided Realeflow from a product development and marketing perspective to become the largest SaaS company in the country for the real estate investing niche.  Realeflow is currently expanding it's CRM and MaaP (Marketing as a Platform) software into many other niches.

Around that time period he also started I Don’t Like To Work, LLC and started constructing and selling information products on how to be a successful entrepreneur making more money and working less hours. His success with I Don't Like To Work, LLC resulted in him being recognized by Fast Company Magazine as one of the "10 Most Influential People Online in 2010."    Greg has since started several other successful companies including investing in and co-founding Everything Happy. Everything Happy is a baby blanket company that sells premium baby blankets and children's clothing that operates on a, buy one give one business model, giving one blanket to a child in need for every one sold.    In 2010, Greg purchased Mapleside Farms, a struggling 110-acre apple orchard in his hometown of Brunswick, Ohio and has since turned it into a thriving agritourism destination.   His latest venture, AppGiraffe, is a mobile app company that provides a technology platform for small businesses and organizations to create and manage cost effective mobile apps. 

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