July 12, 2020

Bobby Castro, Founder of Bankers Healthcare Group | Busboy to Billion Dollar Exit | SSP Interview

As a self-made business mogul, Bobby Castro exemplifies the transformation from entrepreneur to leader. With only a ninth-grade education, Bobby founded Bankers Healthcare Group in 2001 with an investment of just $25,000. Today, he’s reached a net worth of $300 million. Bobby knows that above all, the key to scaling a business is leadership. As the leader of his company for more than 18 years Bobby instilled in his team a positive mental attitude (PMA), creating a workplace environment that inspired top-level performance and unheard of revenue returns.

Under Bobby’s leadership, BHG grew exponentially, from a valuation of $250 Million to $1 Billion, a whopping 400% increase. Now, Bobby is venturing into a new chapter to work with business owners and entrepreneurs seeking to duplicate the success he’s earned from hands-on experience by transforming into positive leaders. Having achieved financial freedom on his own terms, Bobby wants to teach others how to scale their businesses so they too can achieve unprecedented results.

In addition to growing the value of his company beyond belief, Bobby has created a community of happy, loyal employees and has been awarded nationally for that rare accomplishment. He was the recipient of the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2012, led BHG to be included on the Inc. 500/5000 list 13 times, and has been recognized by Fortune, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Hispanic 500, Crain’s and more. He was a keynote speaker at 10X, and has been featured numerous times in the WallStreet Journal, Bloomberg, Smart Business Magazine and CNBC, among others.

At the heart of Bobby’s business philosophy is a commitment to the community and social responsibility. Both Bobby and BHG proudly support charitable organizations locally in Florida, Syracuse, and nationally like Operation Smile, Food for the Poor, American Cancer Society, and House Calls for the Homeless and more.

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