An Alumni of Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts and a holder of Master of Business Administration MBA from the distinguished IE business school, Danilo Diaz Granados is a man destined for even greater prosperity. When he relocated to Miami, he immediately discovered a need in the marketplace. The majority of his Latino communities was well-off and needed something to spice up their lifestyles. That’s when The Toys for Boys Boutique was born. The boutique offers almost everything that the wealthy would want, for example, high-end watches, modern artwork, and exotic automobiles all in a single luxury location.
Because of his dedication and eye for the future, he takes up all the editing, communications dissemination, marketing and distribution activities. He also manages Movilway, a firm that centers on prepaid mobile payments since 2012. In 2015, Granados joined Fireman Capital Partners as an associate. Before then, he used to be an Account Advisor at Private Equity Investing Company situated in Miami.
Danilo Diaz Granados is known to plan spellbinding events for his wealthy clients in Miami. This time, he was at it again only the event superseded all others he had ever organized. The July super spellbinding event encompassed chopper rides, gourmet cuisines, exclusive previews, quality time at the race track, sunset boat rides and to top it all off, splendid bottles of Dom Perignon Champagne.
In his statement after the eventful occasion, Danilo Diaz Granados stated that he wanted to craft a rare opportunity that would give clients an unforgettable experience with one-off, unique and extravagant products and services. Before the day’s activities commenced, hand-picked guests were treated to an alluring breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum Sales Center. The guests were later taken through a private preview of the much projected residential building in the leafy and uppermost Biscayne area of Miami.
The guests were then choppered to Palm Beach Race Track where each had an exhilarating opportunity to take the wheels of these advanced machines. After the racing buzz, guests were choppered back for a terrific lunch at the River Yacht Club, just a foot stride away from the Miami River, glasses of Dom Perignon making rounds. The event curtains fell with a beautiful sunset boat ride in the bay. Danilo Diaz Granados closed the event by thanking the sponsors of the event that included Air Commander Aerospace, Thousand Museum, Van Dutch Americas, and Thousand Museum.