Each week, we like to post what’s been going on with some of our members in the world of social media. Our recap will cover member news and highlights, external publications and hiring needs.
Member News & Highlights
— MAVRCK (@MavrckCo) November 15, 2015
Fifth Avenue Brands and its CEO Richard Lorenzen have recently launched AchieveIconic, a site about personal development and peak performance for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs can now see daily publications on the best new tips and strategies for leaders.
Congratulations to all our YEC members who have been nominated in Deloitte's 2015 Technology Fast 500 Ranking. Members include: Breanden Beneschott, Toptal; Mark Newman, Hirevue; Ryan Holmes, Hootsuite; Neill Feather, Sitelock; Shradha Agarwal, Context Media; Jeremy Hitchcock, Dyn; YanivMasjedi, Nextiva; Jesse Pujji, Ampush; Daniel Matishak and Nolan Paquette, Mindable; Tom Alexander, PK4Media; Sonny Ganguly, WeddingWire; Catherine Cook, Meet Me; Jeremy Johnson, 2u; Joel Holland, Videoblocks.
YEC member Murray Newlands interviewed fellow YEC member and Skurt founder, Harry Hurst, to learn more about his success and how other entrepreneurs can replicate his wins. Read the article here: "Skurt Is Giving Hertz A Run For Its Money."
— Harry Hurst (@HarryHur5t) November 14, 2015
YEC member Nathan Rothstein of Project Repat recently wrote the following article for Medium: "Who decides what is Good?" He writes, "The original purpose of business is to build value to customers and create good jobs to support it, but we have lost our way in a pursuit for the most profit possible. At Project Repat, we are working hard to create a business that makes deliberate choices about our spending power."
In her latest Inc article, Elle Kaplan wrote about the "7 Phrases You Need to Drop to Become Ultra Successful." The Lexion Capital founder and CEO offers her best tip: "Change your vocabulary to boost your success."
— Elle Kaplan (@ellekaplan) November 17, 2015
"Being a founder of a company is a tricky career path, so it's always important to listen to your instincts." Zach Robbins, co-founder of Leadnomics, recently published an article for Entrepreneur titled, "How Listening to Your Gut Can Make You a Better Founder."
YEC member and friend Dan Schawbel recently interviewed Warren Buffet about how and why children should become entrepreneurs, why you should learn by doing, how starting a business can help you long term and then shares his best advice. Read the full Forbes interview here.
— Dan Schawbel (@DanSchawbel) November 17, 2015
Member Companies Hiring
YEC'er Michael King is currently hiring at his NYC-based company, iPullRank. The open positions include a Project Manager, Strategic Account Manager, SEO Manager and a Freelance Recruiter. For more information, visit the career page.
— Michael Gelphman (@MikeGelphman) November 14, 2015
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