Developing Natural Audience – Lessons from the Creative World

You’re an entrepreneur. You’ve identified a need that aches to be filled, and you’re building a business designed to fill the gap. The question is, how are you going to connect with the people w...


Nine Lessons I’ve Learned From Interviewing Young Entrepreneurs

For the last year, I’ve had the honor of authoring the young entrepreneur interview series here at under30ceo.com. During that time, I’ve spoken to over 40 of the most talented, passionate, innova...


Aron Schwarzkopf Brings Cloud Technology to Small Businesses with Leaf

It’s always wonderful to hear about someone taking cutting edge technology and making it available to people who might not normally be able to access it. Such is the case with Aron Schwarzkopf, foun...


Lucas Mendieta and Cutting Edge Elite – The Story Behind the Glamour

Lucas Mendieta’s story is unique among the array of young entrepreneur chronicles I’ve rolled out on these pages. About five and a half years ago, in his mid-20’s and without the benefit of a co...


Nick Taranto: Redefining the Way America Eats, with Plated

Sometimes great companies are formed in a very straightforward manner. Identify a problem, come up with a solution and then implement it. Oh wait. That’s how it works in our dreams… In real life, ...


Interview: Liz King Events Takes a Risk for Success

In keeping with the theme of my last interview with In Good Company’s Adelaide Lancaster, as well as one I did a little while back with Killstress Design’s Minglie Chen, I’m profiling another sm...


Joe Coleman of Contently – Content Matchmaking at its Best

Once upon a time, in 2010, Joe Coleman was living in Las Vegas, looking for a way to develop quality content for PR and marketing for his successful internet company, CashCrate. He contacted his longt...


Eight More NYC Young Entrepreneurs to Keep an Eye On!

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 ...