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‘We want to be a dynasty’: Carvertise founder Mac Nagaswami in ‘You’re Wilmington’ video

The first full-length episode of the DeTV series features the car-ad trailblazer.

Ivan Thomas interviews Mac Nagaswami for "You're Wilmington." (Screenshot)

Mac Nagaswami is one of Delaware’s most well known, and most successful, millennial entrepreneurs. It’s no wonder he was chosen as the subject of DeTV’s first full-length episode of its new webseries, “You’re Wilmington.”

Nagaswami shares his journey from college student who was told no one would agree to GPS tracking for accountability and ads on their personal vehicles to the head of a now national mobile marketing company, Carvertise.

Get comfortable: This full-length episode is 42 minutes, and full of valuable insight.

Companies: Carvertise

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