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
— Grier Allen (@grierallen) December 2, 2015
Last week, Brian Honigman, CEO of Honigman Media, wrote an article for Forbes featuring FounderSociety member Jo-Ná Williams. The piece, titled “Jo-Ná Williams: How Artists And Entertainers Can Build A Business Around Their Craft“, successfully captures story of the LGBT entrepreneur, coach and speaker who recently launched the new podcast Artists Without DayJobs in order to help creators, musicians, artists and other entertainers learn how to build thriving businesses based off of their creative skillsets.
Vets on Demand co-founder Mason Revelette was recently featured in the Forbes article, “Vet On Demand: When Digital Doesn’t Disrupt, But Fixes.” In the article, Mason shares his advice for other entrepreneurs: “Have a solid foundation of what your core mission is. You can pivot later if you need to or want to. You’ll be tempted by partners who want to use your service but not necessarily the way you’re doing it. It might create new revenue but it might also divert the team’s attention.”
— Vet On Demand (@vet_on_demand) November 30, 2015
YEC member Dan Price has been featured in a variety of publications, recently. The Gravity Payments founder and CEO was just featured in a piece published by The Guardian. The article explains why the CEO took a pay cut and how it’s influenced other CEOS to do the same. Go here to read the full article.
Member Companies Hiring
Skai Blue Media owner Rakia Reynolds is looking to hire a Multimedia Communications Account Expert who can effectively manage their time and workload while assisting team members in a fast-paced media and communications firm whose verticals include tech, retail, lifestyle, non-profits and entrepreneurial relations.
Looking to relocate to San Francisco? YEC member Jesse Pujji is hiring a Media Analyst. The co-founder and CEO of Ampush is on the lookout for entrepreneurial individuals who are excited to learn and grow in an analytically challenging and strategic role in a dynamic startup. Visit the career page to learn more.
Ampush is Now Hiring in San Francisco For a January 2016 Start! Come join one of Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies! https://t.co/fyOmq5vcfr
— Jesse Pujji (@jspujji) December 2, 2015
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