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Deborah Oster Pannell is a freelance writer & blogger and the founder of Project Mavens (http://projectmavens.com), a literary based content creation firm. She is also the former director of communications at eventwist.com. She writes her own blog, shesaysyes.wordpress.com and is a regular contributor at ModernLifeBlogs.com and LizKingEvents.com. She specializes in the arts, innovative & socially responsible businesses and organizations, health & wellness and special events. Her online portfolio can be found at https://projectmaven.contently.com/

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Interview: Brandon Craft Gets Innovative at Clinvue

Interview: Brandon Craft Gets Innovative at Clinvue

| November 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Brandon Craft is the Head of Research and Design for Clinvue, a medical device innovation company based out of Westminster, MD. Trained at Virginia Tech as an industrial designer, he founded the consultancy firm in 2010 along with his two partners, fellow industrial designer and mechanical engineer, Paul Fearis and surgeon Dr. Jonathan Sackier. Informed […]

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Keeping it Simple and Dominating Social Media with Laura Roeder

Keeping it Simple and Dominating Social Media with Laura Roeder

| October 16, 2012 | 3 Comments

Sometimes keeping it simple is the best way to be successful. Just ask Laura Roeder, founder of Roeder Studios, and the popular website LKR Social Media. She has made a career of selling social media training courses to small businesses looking to grow and develop their online presence, and with nearly 38,000 subscribers, I’d say […]

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Why is Logan Lee Slinging Wine All Over the Internet?

Why is Logan Lee Slinging Wine All Over the Internet?

| October 1, 2012 | 3 Comments

There’s something funny going on in Charleston, South Carolina. Somebody’s producing awesome parties to raise money for international charities AND branding a kickass wine and culture website AND trying to shake up the US wine distribution system, all at the same time. Are you serious, you ask? Well, check out Wine Awesomeness and see for […]

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Eight More NYC Young Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On!

Eight More NYC Young Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On!

| September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Continuing on with a review of the awesome young NYC entrepreneurs I’ve interviewed over the past several months, I’m happy to share this second half of my list with you. Once again, I was struck by the diversity in ideas and vision that continue to make New York such a vibrant and exciting city to […]

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Fam Mirza and Mirza Minds – Changing the World 1-Face at a Time

Fam Mirza and Mirza Minds – Changing the World 1-Face at a Time

| September 18, 2012 | 21 Comments

Fam Mirza is the Founder and Creative Director at Mirza Minds, a product branding and marketing firm based in Chicago. With a number of successful celebrity related projects under his belt, Mirza is now hard at work on launching the 1Face Watch campaign, which marks his entry into the charity space. I recently caught up […]

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Eight NYC Young Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On!

Eight NYC Young Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On!

| September 14, 2012 | 2 Comments

Over the past couple of months, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing an impressive group of New York City based entrepreneurs realizing their vision in a variety of fields. Below is the first half of a list that covers everything from non-profit organizations to internet start-ups. Stay tuned for part two! Gauri Manglik CEO and […]

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Elchonon Hellinger and Thrifty Computer – The Rocky Road to Success

Elchonon Hellinger and Thrifty Computer – The Rocky Road to Success

| September 7, 2012 | 6 Comments

Sometimes entrepreneurs face extreme challenges that do not have their origins in the business world, but still manage to impact their business greatly. I’m talking about health problems. I recently had the pleasure of getting to know a 27-yr-old entrepreneur based out of Miami, Florida, named Elchonon Hellinger. The owner of a successful online company […]

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Slava Rubin and Indiegogo – “Go Fund Yourself”

Slava Rubin and Indiegogo – “Go Fund Yourself”

| August 29, 2012 | 9 Comments

“Indiegogo is the world’s funding platform, where anybody can raise money for absolutely any idea,” says Co-Founder and CEO, Slava Rubin. This vision of democratizing the fundraising process is what drives indiegogo, one of the earliest and most well known leaders in what has become a very active field of crowd sourced funders on the […]

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What They Did For Love: Minglie Chen, Tyler Smutz and Killstress Designs

What They Did For Love: Minglie Chen, Tyler Smutz and Killstress Designs

| August 14, 2012 | 8 Comments

There are many reasons people start their own companies. Sometimes it’s because they are extremely passionate about making a difference; other times it’s because they just need to be in charge. Then there are those opportunities to make big bucks. And once in awhile, there is this crazy notion that a better life is possible. […]

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Viraj Puri and Gotham Greens – The Great Taste of Urban Agriculture

Viraj Puri and Gotham Greens – The Great Taste of Urban Agriculture

| August 3, 2012 | 1 Comment

Did you know that the first commercial scale hydroponic rooftop farm in the country is located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn? Gotham Greens is the brainchild of CEO Viraj Puri and Co-Founder Eric Haley along with Greenhouse Director Jennifer Nelkin. With 20 full-time employees, this 15,000 sq foot state-of-the-art, climate controlled greenhouse facility produces over 100 tons […]

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