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
— Andrew Thomas (@apthomas) May 23, 2016
Erik Huberman, founder and CEO of Hawke Media, recently made an appearance on "The Millennial Podcast" to discuss his successes as an entrepreneur, being named a Forbes 30 Under 30 Nominee and the advice he has for aspiring startup leaders.
My Interview on 'That Millenial Life' Podcast!https://t.co/LTzSi2EiHN
— Erik Huberman (@ErikHuberman) May 23, 2016
Also, check out Erik's latest article in Entrepreneur: "3 Benefits of Hiring an Entrepreneur-in-Residence."
Earlier this week, YEC member Phil Laboon was profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Phil, who has a knack for launching a brand name into space, discusses innovation, what's next for hisInternet marketing firm Eyeflow, and for his career.
YEC member company Comparably was recently featured in the Techcrunch article: "Comparably Launches Glassdoor Competitor That Filters Employee Reviews By Race And Gender." CEO Jason Nazar writes, "Our mission is to make work better and more transparent. We wanted to build a fresh new take on how everyone could publicly and anonymous rate their company. MAJOR day in the life our early company."
— Jason Lawrence Nazar (@jasonnazar) May 23, 2016
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