Author Archive: Michael Luchies
Michael Luchies is an entrepreneur and passionate supporter of everything entrepreneurship. Michael is Co-Founder of PitchJam and is National Growth and Programs Manager for the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO). He has been covering entrepreneurship over the past 5 years and has been published on Under30CEO, Yahoo!, Yahoo! News, ThinkEntrepreneurship, PitchingGreatness, and other publications and websites. On Twitter @MichaelLuchies.
Interview with Seth Fraz about starting his business Urban Brain & Body. This is part four of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview! Interview Series Sponsored by Hiscox Small Business Insurance. Hiscox specializes in protecting IT/technology, marketing, consulting, health and beauty, photography and many […]
Over the past several months, I’ve been asking entrepreneurs through Under30CEO’s interview series and interviews for the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO), “If you could pick one entrepreneur in the world to join your team at (company), who would it be and why?” The results included a variety of interesting entrepreneurs and achievers including a Shark […]
How is education valued? Outside of a piece of paper qualifying you as a graduate, what is the value of your ongoing education? Gandhi famously said, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Although we’re constantly learning, the importance placed on education is focused mostly around […]
Running a Successful Wedding Planning Business as a Young Entrepreneur: Interview With Tanya Costigan of Bowties and Butterflies
Interview with Tanya Costigan about starting her wedding planning business bowties and butterflies. This is part three of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview! Interview Series Sponsored by Hiscox Small Business Insurance. Hiscox specializes in protecting IT/technology, marketing, consulting, health and beauty, photography and […]
Solving Arguments through the Power of the Crowd: Interview with Imagoo Founder & CEO Mickey Hernandez
Only 12 credits short of graduating from UNLV with a degree in economics, Imagoo CEO Mickey Hernandez is in no hurry to graduate. “On my lunch break I run over to school to take a class and head back over to work for the rest of the day.” The 22 year-old has always wanted to […]
As a sports fan coming from a strong background in math and statistics, Nik Bonaddio came up with the idea for Numberfire – a business that uses quantitative analysis to provide advanced predictions on sports matchups and fantasy sports. Fantasy sports data may seem like an extreme niche, but more than 27 million Americans play […]
Interview with young entrepreneur Sachin Kamdar on starting his business Pars.ly.
This is part one of the ten part series. Follow the Starting a Business as a Young Entrepreneur interview series and don’t miss an interview!
David Tisch’s entrepreneurial journey started like many children’s – buying and selling baseball cards. Setting up a table at trade shows turned into selling cards online in the late 90’s. Although the bulk of his baseball card collection no longer exists due to a busted pipe in his parents’ basement, David and BoxGroup co-founder Adam […]
Still under the age of 30, Taykey Founder and CEO Amit Avner’s entrepreneurial roots trace back to when he was just 14. In 1999, Avner built a search engine named WittySearch. Four years later Avner created a social note-taking application – Witty Notes. In January of 2009, he started advertising technology company Taykey, which “helps […]