Westchester, New York, United States
Co-founder and President of apricotLaw Inc.
Helping Law Firms Win Online
Partner at Niko's Greek Taverna, my family's restaurant in White Plains, New York.
A Brief History.... Nick grew up in the family restaurant business and now focuses on his passion of business development and internet marketing.
He is married to Stacey and has two beautiful children named Sofia and Chloe. They live in Westchester County, New York.
What is Nick working on today?
Good news is I have achieved my goal of working online full time (see longer story below)
In November 2013, with Co-founder Tom Desmond, we created apricotLaw Inc. to help law firms win online.
Our company is rapidly growing and right now my main priorities are providing results for our clients and creating marketing funnels for our company.
And I am loving every minute of it.
A Longer Story...
August 1979, Born Into Business
August 1997, Freshman Year at Syracuse University
May 2001, Graduation Day
Got My Real Estate License
April 2004, Location Found for Niko's Greek Taverna
June 2005, We Served Our First Guest at Niko's
July 2005, I Married the Love of My Life
May 2008, Sofia Was Born
July 2010, Chloe Was Born
Summer 2010, Bought Yanik Silver's Book – Fell in Love with Internet Marketing.
2010 - Present, Invested tens of thousands of dollars into training courses and improving every day.
Going Full Time Online
My goal is to build my Internet Business part time until I replace my primary income and then to go full time. The target date for this goal, $100,000 per year from my online business, is April 1, 2013.
The two markets I will focus on serving are Local Business Owners and Internet Marketers.
My ultimate goal is to help men in their thirties better provide for their families by helping them start online businesses in their spare time.
1. I want to teach people how to earn their first $100 online in 60 days or less and then
2. help them build a real business online that puts $100,000 a year in their pocket.
I will get their first and then teach others how to do the same.