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written by Katie Salerno
Your Weekly YEC Social Roundup
Learn what YEC Members are talking about online this week.
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
Entrepreneur360 just released its 2015 list of Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America and we’re thrilled to see 10 of our YEC members being recognized as Best Practicers.
Congratulations to Patrick Ambron, Brand Yourself; Shane Snow, Contently; Shradha Agarwal, ContextMedia; Chris Cancialosi, GothamCulture; Jeff Fernandez, Grovo; John Hall and Kelsey Meyer, Influence & Co.; Justin Beegel, Infographic World; Amy Balliett, Killer Infographics; Josh Sprague, Orange Mud; Brittany Hodak and Kim Kaupe, Zinepak.
Earlier this week, LISNR co-founder Chris Ostoich announced that his company has been selected to be a part of Cisco’s Entrepreneurs in Residence Program (Cisco EIR), a startup incubation program. Only five startups in Silicon Valley are selected through a rigorous multi-phase selection process that evaluates the viability of their business plans, the strength of their teams and their alignment with Cisco’s strategic focus. Congratulations, Chris!
— chris ostoich (@chrisostoich) October 26, 2015
Engelo Rumora, founder of Ohio Cashflow, recently appeared on the front cover of Personal Real Estate Investor magazine. This is a first for Engelo and we couldn’t be happier to see our members succeeding every day.
YEC member and Real Life E founder and CEO Elizabeth Saunders recently wrote an article for the Huffington Post: “Time Block to Stay Focused and Motivated.” As a time coach and trainer, Elizabeth offers her advice on how to structure your time to align with your priorities.
— Elizabeth Saunders (@RealLifeE) October 26, 2015
Earlier this week, YEC’er Marjorie Adams wrote an article for the WSJ titled, “Entrepreneurs Should Value Their Time More.” In the piece, the Fourlane founder says small business owners need to focus on what they do best.
The Bouqs Company founder and CEO John Tabis recently published the Entrepreneur article, “No Pain, No Gain in Startups: Short-term Suffering Leads to Lasting Rewards.” The YEC member gives his discusses why you should think about accepting a startup risk and taking that big leap.
— John Tabis (@JohnGTabis) October 24, 2015
Kim Kaupe, co-founder of ZinePak, was the featured spotlight in Entrepreneur’s “4 Startup Strategies From ZinePak Co-Founder Kim Kaupe.” Kim sat down with Entrepreneur to talk about innovation, motivation and to offer some of her best advice and tips for aspiring entrepreneurs.
YEC member Jordan Fliegel wrote an Inc. article about the importance of strong leadership in sports. In his piece, “Winning Philosophies of 7 Legendary Coaches,” the CoachUp founder discusses that coaches who can effectively ingrain their philosophy in their players are the ones who leave a legacy to remember.
— Jordan Fliegel (@jordanfliegel) October 28, 2015
Member Companies Hiring
Rebecca Bamberger‘s company, Bam Communications, a full-service PR agency focused on innovative startups and consumer product brands across the nation, is looking for a head of operations with a love of talent and systems. To learn more about the position, click here.
— AccelerationPartners (@accelerationpar) October 26, 2015
Want to be featured in next week’s YEC Social Roundup? Let us know what you’re up to online and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter: @YEC.