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James Khuri

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James Khuri
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Born (1975-12-23) December 23, 1975 (age 48)
Rochester, New York
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
💼 Occupation
Serial entrepreneur, philanthropist
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James Khuri is an American serial entrepreneur based in Beverly Hills and co-founder of "Beautifull Minds", an NGO that provides learning support to anyone in the region who needs emotional and mental aid, rehabilitation help, or physical education.[1]

Life and career[edit]

James Khuri was born on 23 December 1975 and grew up in the Rochester, New York area.[2] He received his MBA at the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester.[3]

James started his career in 2001 in the real estate business.[4] At present, he owns apartment buildings in Los Angeles as well as medical facilities in New York.[5] James is a major distributor for Pokémon, Topps, Konami and Hasbro products. He is a global distributor for Amazon in 136 countries and is a distributor for Walmart USA which he has recently expanded internationally. He is also the CEO and owner of FJ Holdings.[6][1]

According to a report published by DotCom magazine, James has been the CEO of nine firms which includes businesses from real estate to manufacturing goods and distribution, retail shops, and several e-commerce platforms.[7]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Hyder, Shama. "Replicating Success In The E-Commerce World: A Case Study With James Khuri". Forbes (magazine).
  2. Nast, Condé (12 March 2018). "The Man Who's Helped Elon Musk, Tom Brady, and Ari Emanuel Get Dressed". The New Yorker (magazine).
  3. "James Khuri creates non-profit, Beautifull Minds to help and support Los Angeles school children".
  4. "Trading Cards Tycoon James Khuri Gives His Aces To A Good Cause". The Jerusalem Post.
  5. Derakhshan, Arash. "Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Serial Entrepreneur?". Entrepreneur (magazine).
  6. "James Khuri Engages A Magical Gathering For Christmas". SF Weekly (newspaper). 7 January 2021.
  7. Mastery, Torry (22 March 2021). "James Khuri, CEO of several companies, A DotCom Magazine Exclusive Interview". DotCom Magazine.

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