About Roman Alexander Wellington

Early Life

Roman Alexander Wellington in Blue Jacket Standing Up Mr. Wellington's paternal family are European Aristocratic and fled to the United States during the communist takeover of their country after World War II. His paternal grandparents were forced to flee in the middle of the night and spent two years hiding in monasteries and refugee camps before finally escaping to the United States and becoming citizens. Having been forced to flee with nothing but the shirts on their backs, they spent the next several decades working and trying to rebuild their lives in the USA. This instilled a "survivors" work ethic in all their children & grandchildren.

 

Mr. Wellington's maternal family, also of European Aristocratic descent, immigrated to the United States three generations ago. The majority of the family settled on the East Coast. They moved into Law and held positions as Judges as well as practicing personal injury law, real estate law, and business law. The family was also very business and investment-oriented, and although they ran very successful law practices, they made their fortunes in real estate.

Mr. Wellington's maternal family, also of European Aristocratic descent, immigrated to the United States three generations ago. The majority of the family settled on the East Coast. They moved into Law and held positions as Judges as well as practicing personal injury law, real estate law, and business law. The family was also very business and investment-oriented, and although they ran very successful law practices, they made their fortunes in real estate.

  Mr. Wellington's mother decided to follow her passion for journalism and Public Relations and quickly earned her position as the Director of Public Relations for the State of Arizona Office of Tourism. After her time with the State, she eventually decided to start her own PR firm, becoming a woman-owned PR firm when that was still, as she put it, "not really a thing". She charged headlong into this male-dominated industry, and people quickly took notice. She rapidly became known for her incredible work ethic and unique ability to tell compelling stories for her clients.

This passion for PR was passed onto Mr. Wellington, and the stories of her adventures during this period of her life, and the companies and people she was able to help through the power of PR, was one of the main factors in Mr. Wellington choosing to pursue a career in marketing and public relations himself.

Roman Alexander Wellington in Balmain Casual Dress Shirt  Mr. Wellington was exposed to this world of business from a very young age and absolutely loved it. He loved to attend board meetings and other business-related meetings with his parents and became very comfortable in the corporate environment. Being raised with the stories of both sides of his family gave Mr. Wellington a very unique perspective on business and legacy. He was impressed upon at a very young age the importance of legacy and creating something that could benefit generations to come.

However, Mr. Wellington also saw the perils of mishandled generational wealth in creating lazy, unmotivated, and complacent people. He was obsessed with the stories of the Vanderbilt family and other "Great Families" of the era, and the often extreme and rapid loss of their wealth due to a lack of work ethic by the inheriting generations.

He understood that each new generation must contribute, grow through ingenuity, and lead the charge in new industries. In his words, "complacency is the death of legacy". So at age 9 he began reading every book on business he could get his hands on, and realized that there was one industry in particular that had emerged where his young age would be perceived as an asset and not a detriment ... that new and still evolving field at the time ... was Internet Marketing.

Teen Years

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Mr. Wellington's teen years were not exactly what one might describe as the "typical American teenage experience". Because Mr. Wellington's interests were so laser focused on business, and at such a young age he was living & experiencing a very "adult experience", he had a hard time relating to his peers.

He preferred business planning and corporate strategy to video games, and he had very little interest in partying or enjoying the laziness granted by youth. He also loved to travel, and found great enjoyment in the time he spent with his family in Asia. Having spent considerable time in Hong Kong, he found he loved the freedom, adventure, and personal growth, that travel brought. He also realized that travel like this, was something that was afforded by business. This formative experience abroad only served to strengthen his determination to continue in business.

He founded Googabiz.com at the age of 16 after growing quickly in the client consulting space, became the youngest member ever accepted by his Chamber of Commerce, and after several stunning wins in the SEO space he was heralded by the media as a "business prodigy". Mr. Wellington was often asked to present, guest speak, and lecture at many prestigious business groups and private masterminds, as well as for many corporations including those in the Inc. 500.

His goal was to bring the Internet Marketing and Public Relations methods/tools that had been almost exclusively reserved for large corporations with massive resources ... to local businesses. With the advent of groundbreaking technology platforms like Google, Facebook and Pinterest, Mr. Wellington was able to bring otherwise cost-prohibitive technologies to the local business market place.

Roman Alexander Profile Image  When recalling the early days of those corporate meetings and masterminds Mr. Wellington said, "I loved the looks on a lot of these CEO's faces when they would suddenly realize I was showing them more in a 1-hour session then their entire marketing team had shown them in the past year. In about 9 out of 10 of these meetings, I would walk in and the CEO wouldn't even meet my eyes when first shaking my hand. You could tell they didn't think this "kid" was going to show them anything they didn't already know, and that they were taking this meeting to be polite to whoever referred me to them. But 9 out of 10 times ... I would leave being offered the job of the Marketing Exec sitting in absolute terror right next to me. "

Mr. Wellington continued, "I don't play games, and when it comes to my marketing strategy, I go straight for the jugular of the competition. I was never afraid to think outside-the-box and knew if I was to survive in this industry, being creative, unpredictable, and providing massive value, would be the only way to do that. That is what earned me the reputation I have today. That is why people and companies are willing to wait months, sometimes even a year or more, to work with me. Because of that Value. When you build relationships by constantly giving 110%, and always giving more than is expected or asked for, people tend to take notice and remember that. I understood this and chose to build my business on those principles. Now today, I have not only earned my clients contracts... I have earned far more important ... their respect".

Early Adult Life

Roman Alexander Wellington Sitting Down Almost a decade after the founding of his first company, which Mr. Wellington grew to become a 7-figure Firm, Mr. Wellington had also founded many more companies, and dozens of National & International projects and brands.

Eventually, Mr. Wellington founded Wellington Industries as the umbrella corporation for those companies, projects, and brands.

Wellington Industires, it's subsidiaries, and/or it's sister companies, now have assets in such industries as:

  • Internet Marketing and Public Relations
  • Infant and Maternity Products
  • Travel Brands & Services
  • Equestrian Brands & Products
  • Varied Spanish Markets
  • Healthcare Products/Services & Brands
  • Automotive Services
  • And most recenelty, Publishing
  • ... just to name a few.

Wellington Industries is currently undergoing an expansion and looks forward to the next several years of development and growth, with a primary focus on continued expansion of it's brands, as well as strategic Mergers and Acquisitions.

Mr. Wellington only accepts clients that are either privately invited to work with him, or clients who are a direct referral from a current client (although referrals must still apply to be a client). Businesses wanting to work with Mr. Wellington must first sign up for, and complete, a rigorous application process. Even then, less than 10% of all applicants are invited to become a client.

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