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Lunch and Learn with Sarah Schupp

Sarah Schupp is the CEO and founder of UniversityParent. UniversityParent is the the top site for college parents to find everything they need to help their students, starting with the application and acceptance process, all the way through to graduation. Questions Asked: Why did you get involved with educational technology? (1:49) How can educational be

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Lunch and Learn with Kris Ruby

Kristen Ruby is an entrepreneur and speaker. She is the President of Ruby Media Group and a Social Media/PR TV Commentator who has appeared in several TV networks such as Fox News. Questions Asked: When is the best time to hire a PR firm in a company’s growth phase? (1:25) What’s the best way to

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Lunch and Learn with Phil Laboon

Phil Laboon is the CEO of Eyeflow Internet Marketing and 2016 Inc. MagazineTop 25 Marketing Influencer. He is a self described serial entrepreneur, investor, talk show host, and speaker. Questions Asked: Is growth hacking real or is it  just a buzzword? (1:57) What are the skills you should look for in an in house marketer?

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Lunch and Learn with Alexander Mendeluk

Alexander Mendeluk is an actor, public speaker, and entrepreneur. He helps heart-centered entrepreneurs create businesses and lives that help change the world. He is known for his company SpiritHoods which was featured on an episode of Shark Tank. Since selling SpiritHoods last year, he now runs an influencer and brand development agency, called The Disruptive.

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Lunch and Learn with Shama Hyder

Shama Hyder is the CEO and founder of the Marketing Zen Group, a digital PR and marketing firm. She is a successful author, speaker, and has been honored as one of the top 100 young entrepreneurs in the country, while also making it on Forbes’ 30 under 30 list. Questions Asked: How did you get

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Snapchat IPO Recap

The last couple of weeks buzzed with excitement for the Snap IPO and Snap did not disappoint. In one day the tech company raised $3.4 billion during its initial public offering. That is a lot of money. So what led to investors placing $3.4 billion of faith into Snap? It could be Wall Street being