Brent Freeman is a serial entrepreneur with 10+ years in the digital marketing and ecommerce industries. Brent cut his teeth as a customer acquisition, email marketing and data analytics expert as an early team member of a performance marketing ad network he was on the founding team of a customer acquisition division that grew from a fledgling offshoot into a multimillion-dollar performance marketing engine. In 2009, Brent founded Roozt.com, an online marketplace platform for social good consumer brands that he built from the ground up and quickly grew into an industry leading, seven-figure revenue-generating brand partnered with Feeding America and with a community of over 250k members all across the United States. During this time, Brent happened to be one of the first advertisers on Facebook where he cracked the code of full funnel digital marketing utilizing Facebook as a leading source to acquire customers. Roozt was featured in Mashable, Forbes, Huffington Post, INC.com, PandoDaily, Today Show, NBC, and ABC.
After Roozt, Brent became an Entrepreneur In Residence at Crosscut Ventures where helped vet & source consumer internet deals. Brent has written for Entrepreneur and INC and has spoken all over the country on topics like social impact, entrepreneurship and startup life, including a TEDx on social enterprise.
Today, Brent is the Founder & President of Stealth Venture Labs a turnkey marketing team for exclusively for subscription commerce & saas brands that focuses on connecting the dots between data science, direct response marketing, growth hacking and customer retention by rolling up their sleeves and executing alongside founders. Stealth has helped generate over $250M in recurring revenue for its partners in the last 5 years and currently manages over $1M+ / month in media spend. Every year, Brent mentors 4-5 early stage entrepreneurs to help them break through growth barriers and achieve their dreams. Brent is passionate about using for-profit business models to help create lasting social impact and in 2018 started a non-profit micro-lending fund for low-income, at-risk high school entrepreneurs in the United States.