Andreas Johansson is probably best known as the Founder and CEO of Dennis Rodman’s Bad Ass Vodka and built that brand together with Dennis, to reach nationwide distribution, during some extremely challenging times.

Andreas is also the owner of the Watertown Wolves of the Federal Prospects Hockey League – a professional minor league with teams located as far apart as NY, IL, and GA. As soon as Andreas took control of the team, he started to put his experience in consumer marketing to work, making several- and significant upgrades to the arena and customer experience, as well as making several “aggressive” player transactions.

During the “Rodman Vodka” years, Andreas was guest hosting “Hotmixology” on Fusion TV during 2016, as well as having hosted his own business show on national radio when living in the U.K. for three years. He is frequently quoted in the media as well as participating in debates and podcasts, and has been quoted many times in news outlets such as USA Today, NBC News, FOX News, Yahoo Sports, and many other large household names.

Andreas is also the CEO and Founder of Berkovitz Development Group (Belize) Ltd (, one of the most successful development companies in the Caribbean – developers of “The Palms of Corozal”, “The Diplomat” (Belize City), and “The Enclave at The Palms”. The company is constantly looking to further acquire oceanfront land to keep developing exclusive, luxurious oceanfront properties. 

Having been a real estate investor his whole life, Andreas consults numerous foreign investment funds and syndicates on making investments in the US and manages acquisitions for several large groups of buyers. Over the course of his career, Andreas and the companies he runs, has sold over a thousand properties across the country.

Mr. Johansson’s focus over all these years has been on establishing himself within his own niche and then build a business from that, and currently Berkovitz and their subsidiaries is one of the bigger buyers- and resellers of high yielding investment properties across the Midwest and Northeast.