"Using these successful marketing actions and applying the principles found in the Hubbard Administrative Technology, we more than doubled our revenues each year. Diskkeeper appeared on the Inc magazine list of the 500 fastest growing privately held companies in America for four years in a row."
— Craig Jensen
Craig Taylor started his career as an automobile designer, heading up an office for Peugeot in Paris. A self-taught tailor, he founded Craig Taylor Shirts in 1995 and has since become one of the elite in the fashion world.
"Recently I was invited to be a guest at the White House and all throughout the dinner I kept thinking to myself, 'How is it possible I should be here?'
"Similarly, when I was in the queen of Thailand's private dining room, I wondered, 'Why me?'
"I always knew that I had a dream, but how did I actually pull it off? When I started out, I was an eccentric artist with no connections, no business savvy, and like most artists in my industry, I didn't have much affinity for the business side of fashion-just a burning desire to create an effect with my work. So how did I end up turning my idea from a cottage industry where I was personally selling one piece a day, to a successful fashion company where my line is selling in over 300 high-end retail stores all over the world?
"I was introduced to L. Ron Hubbard's Administrative Technology.
"I have applied the policies of Mr. Hubbard's Public Relations and Marketing technology and watched my company grow 500 percent in six years, it now being a multimillion-dollar company."