Tag Archives: entrepreneurship
“Given your background, we thought you might be interested in getting involved with JumpStart Foundry as either a mentor/advisor or an investor.” I’m sure it was a coincidence that it arrived on my birthday, but on December 23rd last year when I read that invitation in my email, I thought that was a pretty kickass [...]
[David] Corts and at least 51 others have been tapped as mentors and dubbed “the brightest entrepreneurial minds around” by Nashvilles JumpStart Foundry, which is an incubator and microfund… . via NewsBits, April 25, 2011 on Venture Nashville. Yours truly is one of those “51 others.” I think that softens the claim of “the brightest [...]
Most of what I learned in 2010 had to do with — surprise, surprise! — running a business. I’ve been a consultant and solopreneur a few times in my past, but until I started [meta]marketer in early 2009 I had never begun a venture with the mindset that I was creating something that could potentially [...]
I’m humbled to have been featured on the Nashville Entrepreneur Center web site. My video clip is embedded below, but be sure to click over to the EC site and watch some of the other videos, too. This town has incredible talent.
The third BarCamp Nashville took place this past Saturday, and I’m proud to say [meta]marketer was intimately involved in many aspects of making it happen. Both Matthew Freeman and I were on the planning crew; [meta]marketer was a “Worthy” sponsor of the event; and Freeman and I were both speakers (as were several other folks [...]