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Candice Lu


Los Angeles Area

Member Since October 2016


Candice Lu has worked in the media and entertainment industry for nearly 20 years, 15 of which have been dedicated to management and IT consulting. She most recently led a strategy and operations consulting practice, focusing on building effective processes and organizations across Media & Entertainment. She is extremely passionate about surrounding herself with creative, intelligent, and sarcastic people, her husband and two children included. She has a B.A. in Economics from UCLA, and an MBA from USC in Strategy and Entertainment. She has absolutely no guilt in her loyalty to the Bruins.

Published content

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Business plans are often considered an essential tool to help set a new entrepreneur up for success. This document typically encompasses the vision for your company, including your mission statement, while also pinpointing your target audience, sales projections and growth goals. If you're a new entrepreneur, developing a business plan can be intimidating and you might not know where to start. You may also be prone to making some common errors that business owners tend to make on their first plan. To that end, nine members of Young Entrepreneur Council each share one mistake new entrepreneurs often make in their business plans and what they should be doing instead.

Honoring Differences Through A Culture Of Meritocracy 


A merit-based culture starts with valuing diverse ideas.

Three Tips For Women To Fight Imposter Syndrome


We must make sure that we overcome our own internal hurdles to understand that we do belong, that it is our time and that we have every right to be here.

Eight Essential Skills To Look For In New Hires

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No business’s recruiting process is the same, largely because of the fact different organizations look for different things in their candidates. Each company has a particular skill or set of abilities it values above others. However, even though individual industries value different things, some skills transcend the boundaries of field and discipline. When hiring employees, businesses would do well to focus on these essential skills as the dividing factor to separate the candidates that will distinguish themselves from everyone else. But what are these vital abilities? Below, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council explore some of the critical skills all employees should have, regardless of industry, and explain why these traits are so important.

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Company bio

We’re in the business of making businesses better—people, processes, and systems. We’re an end-to-end solution provider focused on connecting disparate parts within organizations. Experts in Digital Media Supply Chain, IP Management, CRM, AI, Data & Analytics, PMO/Project Management, and Custom Development. We strategize, advise, design, develop, and integrate digital solutions. Equal parts thinkers and doers. Strategists and technologists. We bring a balance of IQ and EQ to every engagement, and a depth of business and technical acumen to every problem. We believe in following through, in being upfront, honest and sincere. We’ve found success through operating under a few guiding principles - we don’t take work on we can’t deliver; we don’t offer services until we’ve perfected them; and we maintain a consistently high quality of work at speed through exceptionally talented teams that are literally by your side. We pride ourselves on being considered a trusted partner and we don’t take the role or responsibility lightly. Currently 200+ people strong in four geographic territories, we’ve been recognized as a Best Place to Work, a Great Place to Work, Fastest Growing, and A Jewel.


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51 - 200

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