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If You Could Choose One Entrepreneur to Join Your Startup Who Would it Be?

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / September 23, 2013

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 from ABC’s Shark Tank, a dead industrial genius, multi-billionaires, a fictional movie character,…

Fueling Your Sports Fantasies with Data: Interview with Numberfire Founder and CEO Nik Bonaddio

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews Entrepreneurship / September 6, 2013

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 fantasy sports each year.   The number of free online platforms for fantasy sports…

How to Win at the Sport of Business by Mark Cuban (Review)

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / June 6, 2012

If you got the opportunity to learn from one of the most popular billionaires on the planet, would you take advantage of it?  You’d be crazy not to.  The opportunity to gain insight into the mind of Mark Cuban was something I couldn’t pass up.  Here are 5 things all young entrepreneurs can learn from his e-book. 1.  “To this day, I feel like if I put in…

How This Recent College Grad Scored $1.5M from Mark Cuban

by / ⠀Entrepreneur Interviews / October 28, 2011

It’s every young entrepreneur’s dream.  Call a billionaire.  Yeah, he’ll fund my idea. Well, ladies and gentlemen, this is exactly what Sameer Mehta of Jungle Cents was able to do.  Check out the story below how Sameer and his Carnegie Mellon frat brothers made this happen (via email).  Not only were they able to hit up Mark Cuban for $1.5M but they’ve also added members of Guy Kawasaki’s…

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