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Josh Weiss

CEO & FounderReggie

New York City Area

Member Since March 2012


Startup Founder
Online Marketing


Josh is CEO & Founder of Reggie ( — the first dog supplement brand built to form a lasting routine for you and your dog. Previously, Josh was an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at NextGen Growth Partners ("NGP"), a lower-middle market private equity firm. Prior to joining NGP, Josh was President/Founder at Bluegala, an online retailer of social occasion gowns, which he successfully ran and grew for six years prior to selling to a private investor group. He served as Chief Strategy Officer at alight (also known as CurvyHQ), an online retailer of plus size women’s clothing backed by RRE Ventures, where he was responsible for acquisition and growth, business development, and optimization. In the first full year following Josh’s tenure at alight, the company achieved 65% year-over-year revenue growth following stagnant growth in the two years prior to his arrival. Josh also spent time in early stage venture capital, where he focused on investments across tech enabled business services, enterprise software, and ecommerce. He began his career as an analyst in the High Yield Credit Research Group at Lehman Brothers where he covered companies in the metals and mining and chemicals sectors. Josh received a BS in Commerce from the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce and an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Published content

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Email is a core component of many companies' marketing strategies, and its success depends on how effectively you can grow and maintain your subscriber list. The more people who opt in to receive your business's newsletters and marketing messages, the greater the number of potential leads you're reaching every time you send a campaign. To help, 10 members of YoungEntrepreneur Council share some creative and effective strategies to help small businesses gain (and keep) email subscribers.

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Whether you're creating a short ad for TikTok or a longer-form video series on YouTube, the quality of your videos can have a major impact on your company’s ability to draw in and retain customers. Poor editing, distorted audio and a bad script can all make it seem like you aren’t willing to put effort into your marketing—which may make customers question the quality of your products or services as well. Thankfully, you don’t have to have a large budget to ensure high production value. Below, nine members of Young Entrepreneur Council each share one simple way any business can improve the quality of their videos and why each tactic works so well.

13 Roles Every Tech Department Should Have on Staff

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In today's digitally driven world, tech departments are often the ones driving companies forward. It makes sense, then, that organizations would want to prioritize this team's hiring budget and build out a robust department with distinct roles and skill sets. While it may take some time to add all the positions you need to your tech department, there are a few key roles every business should focus on filling first. To that end, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) members weighed in on the following question:

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Bringing on new hires to your team is always a gamble. While applications, resumes and interviews can help you make an educated decision about whether or not you think someone would be a good fit for your company, you never truly know until you hire them and they start working in their role. This is why a trial period can be a useful next step in the hiring process that can help you see how a candidate tackles real-life problems. However, to ensure a trial period is an effective test of a new hire's abilities and potential, you’ll want to strategize thoughtfully. To help, eight members of Young Entrepreneur Council share their best tips for designing an effective trial period so you—and the hire—get the most out of it.

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Convincing your employees to read through pages of dry policy and procedure—especially on a regular basis—is never the easiest of tasks. While documenting your business processes is important for consistency and clarity, this documentation only becomes valuable if your team members actually reference it. So what’s the key to making your standard operating procedures (SOPs) more interesting to your team? Below, 10 members of Young Entrepreneur Council explore this question and share their best tips for making your business's SOPs something your employees actually want to use and read.

Company details


Company bio

Say hello to Reggie ( — the first dog supplement brand built to form a lasting routine for you and your dog. At Reggie, we wholeheartedly believe in self care. But true self care doesn’t stop at you. It’s how you treat others. The coworkers, the coffee guy, the friends and family, the pets. We believe in living holistically, from the regimens you create for yourself, to the regimens you create for your dog. That’s why we’re bridging the gap between you and your dog’s everyday wellness regimens. Because routines feel good. And feeling good feels good.


Consumer Goods

Area of focus

Supplements for Dogs
Wellness for Dogs
Vitamins for Dogs

Company size

2 - 10