Youngry recently had the pleasure of interviewing Heather Dubrow, an actress who is commonly recognized for her role in The Real Housewives of Orange County. In this interview, we discuss her journey, advice, and her entrepreneurial pursuits! Questions Asked: How do you connect with your audience? (3:05) How do you balance your life? (3:45) Can
Lisa Song Sutton is a model, entrepreneur, real estate broker, and businessowner. She is also a TV Host and influencer who speaks and engages with young minds about the many ways to become a successful entrepreneur. Questions Asked: You were named to a list of badass social media superstars/disruptors how did you get to that
Dara Albright is one of the leading pioneers in the crowdfinance movement. She writes and speaks about injustice in the financial field and is helping cultivate the crowdfunding industry. Questions Asked: What is the best type of companies you have seen that succeed with equity crowdfunding? (5:30) How do you explain Bitcoin for someone new
Ohmar Tacla of Loox VR sits down with Youngry and shares insight on his company and the CR industry as a whole. He additionally shares some expert knowledge on the entrepreneurship scene in Brazil-definitely interesting to hear!
While at SXSW, Youngry had the pleasure of interviewing Noel Lee. Joel is the Founder and CEO of Monster Products and he shares with us his top 5 tips of how to go from nothing to launch and more!
While at SXSW, Youngry interviews Karam Gill, director of G-Funk. Check out this amazing director talk about his craft!
Youngry interviews leading production company Consulado’s CEO, Andre Fiorini on storytelling for business, the 4 steps you need to take to start a production company, and how to self awareness creates better branding!
Marlon Nichols is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Cross Culture Ventures. Check out this exclusive interview while we were at SXSW and hear Marlon share his thoughts on diversity in entrepreneurship and more priceless advice!
YOUNGRY Interviews Joy Schoffler of Leverage PR about how she got started. Check out this amazing interview to learn more about the organization that is helping SXSW be frictionless for us!
Youngry interviews Good Shift CEO, James Digby. In this interview, we focus on building the best teams, impact/social entrepreneurship, and how to become a CEO!
Brian MacMahon is the founder of Expert DOJO, one of the largest startup high performance center for entrepreneurs in the Southern California area. He is an expert in bringing global perspectives to small businesses and speaks all over the world, advising small businesses on growth and expansion. Questions Asked: Please tell our YOUNGRY entrepreneur audience
Jeremy Redman is the CEO and founder of AirFive, an app that connects individuals through their love of drinks. Entrepreneurially spirited from a young age, Jeremy took his love of innovation and created a company that can be the next big thing. Questions Asked: Was there a situation where you learned about eliminating negative
In this episode of Youngry News: Austin, editor-in-chief Vince Vitale sits down with Freddy del Barrio to discuss the state of entrepreneurship in Austin, TX. “You know, there are more startups in Austin than there are in San Francisco…” – Freddy del Barrio
Here we are with our first episode of Youngry News Orange County! Youngry News aims to provide you with educational content from industry leaders in the area in regards to entrepreneurship. In this episode, we talk with Mark Deppe who is the co-founder and Director of UCI E-Sports about E-Sports and the state of the industry.
Gaming has come a long way since the first game machine was unveiled in the mid 1900s; what was once limited to bulky arcade games can now be done on unimaginably small consoles and even on the very machines you’re likely using now – computers or smartphones! It’s clear to see that videogames have been
What comes to mind when you think of gamers? How about when you think of entrepreneurs? If you’re like most people, the two mental images seem very different- largely due to stereotypes. Many individuals stereotypically think of entrepreneurs as being these larger-than-life figures that do things that “ordinary” folk can’t. While it’s undeniably true that