Cade is an entrepreneur, real estate investor, former USA Rugby Player, and thought-leader on lifestyle optimization.
Cade got started in digital entrepreneurship by founding the website BioInformant.com, which today is the world’s largest “Stem Cell Industry News Site” attracting nearly one million views per year.
As the Founder of BioInformant, Cade’s research has been cited by the Wall Street Journal, Xconomy, AABB, and Vogue Magazine. In addition to serving clients that include Fortune 500 leaders such as GE Healthcare, Pfizer, and Goldman Sachs, Cade is a sought after speaker for conferences pertaining to stem cells, as well as a stem cell patient.
Within the investment realm, Cade owns a portfolio of income-producing real estate properties and operates a Property Management Group. These properties include a rental property near Amazon’s new headquarters in Alexandria, VA, a custom built cabin, a beach investment property, and a range of residential and commercial properties along the Eastern seaboard.
Cade is also a world-class athlete and a former USA Rugby Player. For years, Cade trained at the Olympic Training Center (OTC) in Chula Vista, CA, representing the USA 7s Rugby Team at competitions in Hong Kong, Las Vegas, Canada, and Dubai, among other global destinations. Cade competed extensively with the USA squad in the HSBC World Rugby Series, including the FIT World Cup in Coffs Harbour, Australia.
Cade also represented several elite squads (“Superclubs”) from across New Zealand and Australia and was a professionally sponsored athlete with KUSA, an International Superclub whose mission is to “bring together the best international players in the world.”
Furthermore, Cade was selected as the International Athlete of the Year based on extensive international experience and being the only player worldwide to represent alongside national-side players for all three of the world’s dominant rugby nations – NZ, Australia and the USA.
As an internationally sponsored athlete, Cade spent two years based in Christchurch, New Zealand, competing in rugby tournaments across Oceania, Asia, Europe, and North America.
In addition to winning a Grand Final with Sydenham Rugby Club, Cade survived the deadly Christchurch Earthquake that struck the Canterbury Region in New Zealand’s South Island with 6.2 magnitudes of force, taking the lives of 185 individuals.
Cade participated in the rebuild of Christchurch after this devastating tragedy, working alongside members of the community to rebuild schools, business, and infrastructure.
From surviving deadly earthquakes in NZ to evading crocodiles in Australia, Cade’s the person to follow if you’re looking to expand your income, increase your adventures, and accomplish more in less time.