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Orlando and Daniel Montiel are recognized as two of the most influential men in Miami

Miami.- Orlando and Daniel Montiel, co-creators of C5 Global, The Montiel Organization, Retiro Inmobiliario and Cafecito Inmobiliario, were included in the list “The Most Influential Men Issue” of Imagen Miami Magazine, thanks to their positive impact on the lives of more than 15 thousand entrepreneurs.

Both are authors on real estate and personal finance. With a trajectory that has impacted more than 15 thousand entrepreneurs; Its daily program, “Cafecito Inmobiliario,” attracts more than two thousand live participants from Monday to Friday, while the “Retiro Inmobiliario” brings together more than 1,500 entrepreneurs every three months from around the Spanish-speaking world.

In this edition, the magazine highlighted different Miami leaders for their contribution to business and social development. The cover reveal took place at the Nader Museum, a testament to Gary Nader’s cultural and artistic influence.

Among those honored are also Ignacio Meyer, president of Univisión; Walter Kolm, president of Walter Kolm Entertainment; Gary Nader, president of the Nader Museum; Emilio Estefan Jr., president of Estefan Enterprises; and Nelson Albareda, president of Loud and Live Entertainment.

The Montiels are recognized as a beacon of innovation and leadership. Their impact is reflected in the fundamental transformation they have achieved in the way they do business in the real estate sector, achieving through their programs that students double their sales in just 12 months, also providing guidance to those who aspire to success and financial freedom. .

Their influence extends through notable events, such as “El Retiro Inmobiliario”, consolidating them as references in the world of real estate. In the field of coaching, the Montiels adopt a disruptive approach thanks to their philosophy “To win as a top producer, you must first be a top producer.”

With 13 years of existence, Imagen Miami Magazine has established itself as an influential reference both in Miami society and in the Latin community in the United States. Throughout its career, it has stood out for featuring renowned personalities such as Adamari López, Gaby Espino, Francisca Lachapel and Clarissa Molina, among other notable names, on its covers.

Photo: Courtesy/Press Orlando and Daniel Montiel

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