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.
The dorm room startup is a beautiful thing. Alex Moazed started the mobile innovation firm Applico while studying at entrepreneurship powerhouse Babson College. Alex was surrounded by friends who were running successful companies, raising venture capital, and launching new ideas. As Alex explained, “It’s baked into the community of the school.” Now focusing on the […]
Help A Reporter Out (HARO) was started in 2007 as a service that connects journalists with sources. It allows journalists to get the information they need on time to meet deadlines and allows sources to get free press by giving information, interviews, and quotes to journalists. What started as a Facebook group grew quickly into […]
In 2005, Catherine and Dave Cook were 15 and 16 respectively when they came up with the concept for myYearbook. With a $250,000 investment from their older brother Geoff, they worked with overseas developers to launch myYearbook.com. They went from being normal high school students, to staying up until 3 AM in the morning working […]
Michael Gluck started his entrepreneurial career at the age of 4 – painting smiley faces on coconuts to sell to people on the beach. Today, Michael Gluck is the founder and CEO of VG Market, a growing and profitable market research company that focuses solely on gaming companies. The company spawned out of Gluck’s work […]
Scott Gerber - @ScottGerber Few have done as much in the field of entrepreneurship in as little time as Scott Gerber. As many entrepreneurially minded youth, Scott wasn’t exactly cut out to get a ‘real job’. When it comes to not getting a ‘real job’, you could say that Scott Gerber wrote the book on it, […]