Millionaire Interview: Craig Wolfe – Founder of Celebriducks – Rubber Duckies that look like celebrities as seen on NBC, FOX, ABC, CNN, ESPN, TNT, VH1 and many more

Craig WolfeCraig Wolfe – Founder of Celebriducks – Rubber Duckies that look like celebrities as seen on NBC, FOX, ABC,  CNN, ESPN, TNT, VH1 and many more

 

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In this interview we talk to Craig about how his passion for unique art landed him a multi-million dollar company. He describes just starting out and working with large companies like Coca-Cola. He also discusses how Celebriducks does such an amazing job with PR and has been seen on NBC, FOX, ABC,  CNN, ESPN, TNT, VH1, A&E and was voted one of the top 100 gifts by Entertainment Weekly.

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4 Responses to “Millionaire Interview: Craig Wolfe – Founder of Celebriducks – Rubber Duckies that look like celebrities as seen on NBC, FOX, ABC, CNN, ESPN, TNT, VH1 and many more”

  1. Shae Bynes

    Fun interview – thanks Jaime! I really got a kick out of this line: “Nobody was doing licensing for rubber ducks. Nobody.” It’s such an oddly brilliant idea….good stuff!

  2. John

    Out of curiosity, from and inventors standpoint, how did he protect his celebriduck products when he didnt invent the rubber duck; seems like he does something others could easily copy? Was it just branding or maybe a race to get the licenses sowed up? Thanks.

  3. sigmundo

    thx for the interview!
    craig, as far as you don’t sell 100% recycled and compostable rubber-ducks only, this is not a cool product, but crap. we do have a massive plastic-problem on the planet and we all know that. i think we as entrepreneurs have an even higher responsibility than others.
    all the best°sigmundo