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Recap: Networking on the 60th Floor of the Empire State Building

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 2, 2012

  The following is about the Under30CEO Networking event held in February. Tonight I realized a few things, first of which is that I’ve never been inside the Empire State building.  It’s not the kind of thing I would’ve believed if someone told me (Brooklyn born and raised), but i couldn’t deny that my reaction to it’s grandeur was that of love at first sight.  The second thing…

Under30CEO Social Media Week Entrepreneur Matchmaking

by / ⠀Startup Advice / February 3, 2012

Join the most talented young people in the city as we launch Under30CEO New York and find your business match!  Attend to hear our Under30CEO speaker Timothy Sykes who started his hedge fund / internet business in college, have beer & wine on the house & network with: *Angel Investors and VCs *Co-founders *Web Developers/Designers *Accountants, Lawyers, Web Designers and Service Providers *Journalists and Bloggers In December we…

RSVP Now: Under30CEO Holiday Startupalooza Featuring Peter Shankman in NYC

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 1, 2011

We’re excited to say that next weeks holiday party in New York City will be featuring speaker Peter Shankman. Shankman is best known for founding Help a Reporter Out (HARO) and as an investor and PR expert. He will be speaking about PR secrets from his book “Can We Do That?! Outrageous PR Stunts That Work–and Why Your Company Needs Them” The event is being held on the…

Under30CEO Entrepreneur Matchmaking: Early Bird Pricing Ends at Midnight!

by / ⠀Startup Advice / November 1, 2011

Early bird pricing for our Nov. 8th event in New York City ends tonight at midnight. Don’t miss out on getting the best price to meet some of the most talented young people in NYC, see Sharon Lechter speak, drink some free beer and do it all on the 60th floor of the Empire State Building! Register Now More info: Under30CEO12 will feature Author Sharon Lechter of:  Rich…

How To Organize A Global Block Party For Gen Y

by / ⠀Startup Advice / June 5, 2011

A traditional business conference is done locally and can cost upwards of 5 figures.  If the conference has some big keynote speakers, it’ll be even more.  What if there was a way to get all the benefits of a conference without the cost of the overhead?  Could a conference be done entirely online via Skype?  That’s what we are attempting to do with the first ever Teen Business…

Woodstock for Entrepreneurs: BizTechDay New York City 2010

by / ⠀Startup Advice / September 17, 2010

Next Friday, September 24th, BizTechDay will be making its New York City stop. The conference brings together over 400 of the smartest, most passionate, and most influential entrepreneurs and business leaders into one conference. The leaders gather for one day to help strengthen your business, ideas and ventures in New York. Speakers include: Seth Godin, Founder of Meetup, Help a Reporter Out, Profounder, Gymboree, Ofoto, Dan Schawbel and…

10 Ways to Launch A National Movement in Your Twenties

by / ⠀Startup Advice / June 2, 2010

In your twenties you have limited access to resources and very little experience, and that’s exactly why you can be incredibly successful! Our lack of resources helped us improvise and build the impossible with the GenJuice Tour.  With just big dreams, we attracted sponsors, gained media coverage, received event venue donations and will touch over 1.2MM young people this summer. So, here are ten steps we used to…

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