Chairman & Co-Founder of Creatd ($VOCL) and Vocal. We have much work to do together.
Shut the F*ck Up
If the title gives you a jolt, let it linger a moment. That jolt is a glimpse into the reality of our current business and societal discourse. In this post-Covid era, where it seems everyone is at odds, indifference has become disturbingly routine. The true irony isn't in the word "f*ck". Instead, it's the cocoon of indifference we've wrapped ourselves in, sequestered within our tight-knit communities. We live in a world where defense reigns supreme and survival is paramount. And if you're not on board with that? Well, shut the fuck up.
Creatd CEO Jeremy Frommer Publishes Open Letter to Shareholders Addressing Declining Stock Values
Dear Creatd Shareholders, I am reaching out to address recent developments and concerns related to Creatd, Inc. As the Chairman and CEO of Creatd, Inc., I understand the weight of responsibility that rests on my shoulders, and I take all shareholders’ concerns to heart.
- Top Story - July 2023
Vocal's Path Forward: Pioneering Change with Reg CFTop Story - July 2023
As we have successfully navigated the past seven-year economic cycle and overcome challenges associated with these transitional times, I am excited to begin the next chapter for Vocal, Creatd's flagship product and homebase to millions of creators.
- Top Story - July 2023
The Path to Reclaiming American Finance: A Call for Innovation and EmpowermentTop Story - July 2023
In the midst of sparsely filled giant office buildings in the financial district and the eerily quiet atmosphere of the Upper East Side, a change is brewing. The once thriving capital markets, which served as the engine of innovation, have been compromised by a system that no longer works in the best interest of the common investor.
- Top Story - May 2023
Janet Yellen's Dismissal of Short Selling: Unearthing a Deeper Systemic Problem in Financial MarketsTop Story - May 2023
As the CEO and Chairman of Creatd (OTCQB: VOCL) and a financial markets veteran of three decades, I was horrified as I watched Janet Yellen dismiss short-selling in an interview with CNBC’s Sara Eisen on ‘Closing Bell Overtime’.
CEO Jeremy Frommer Interviewed by Kristen Shaughnessy
As a journalist and breaking news reporter in NYC, I have always had an interest in and followed the ever-evolving story of Wall Street and the capital markets. While my interest grew, I discovered that there was an ugly side to Wall Street that was not getting the proper media attention to effectuate change. It is a story of abusive trading practices where retail investors are at the mercy of hedge funds and algorithmic trading technology. As I continued to dig deeper into the story, I realized that there was a systemic problem in the financial systems that is exponentially growing year in and year out.
Creatd ($CRTD) January 2023 Shareholder Meeting featuring Chairman & CEO Jeremy Frommer
Good afternoon everyone. Thank you all for joining today's shareholder meeting from September to December, 2022. In less than a four month period, we eliminated a significant portion of our operating expenses, reduced debt and raised capital. We are stronger today than we were on September 2nd when I was notified that created would be delisted from the Nasdaq.
- Top Story - August 2022
Creatd Chairman LetterTop Story - August 2022
It had become apparent, in the weeks following the announcement of our Rights Offering on May 26th, that the market did not then have an appetite for the transaction we had envisioned. Context is everything and time provides for alternative opportunities. On July 29th, after careful and logical consideration, we announced that we had elected not to proceed with the offering. Since May 26th, CRTD has traded 78MM shares—nearly five times its public float of 17MM. I am confident that I, personally, count nearly half of those holders in my personal network. CRTD has traded from a recent high of $1.50 on May 26th to a historical low of $0.60. All of this has given me more confidence to move forward with our new plan of action. A team like ours must bet against the consensus and be right.
- Top Story - May 2022
Creatd’s Expansion Plan is Ready for Action Top Story - May 2022
Today marks our most important financial offering as a company since our Uplisting to the Nasdaq in September of 2020. With no long-term debt on our balance sheet and a closing gap between revenue and operational expenses, Creatd’s expansion has reached its moment of inflection.
- Top Story - March 2022
Introducing the OG Gallery 2.0Top Story - March 2022
One year ago, I published my first article outlining Creatd’s NFT strategy. At that time, it was clear that our investors and other stakeholders were keen on understanding how our creator-first company would capture value in the new digital frontiers of blockchain, crypto, and their derivative technologies (i.e. NFTs, metaverse lands). We spent the intervening months exploring opportunities within the blockchain space, including experimenting with numerous NFT art drops, pursuing the potential integration of cryptocurrency into the Vocal platform, and using smart contracts for other e-commerce platform opportunities currently in the works.
OG Gallery Drop 2: The Donald Trump Pictures
As I articulated in my last update, I was encouraged by the data we were able to gather from our first drop. The data, which included sentiment and general demographic of those interested in the OG Gallery, was instrumental in determining our company’s commitment to move forward and learn more about the space. I still consider us in an R&D phase of our NFT strategy.