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Starting My Summer Entrepreneurial Journey

The “first week” of my internship was not really my first week. I have been working on starting my own business for a little over two years. My internship blog this summer will be covering my entrepreneurial journey. I will work full time and coordinate with my remote team to with the goal to launch… Read the full article…



10 Tips to Ensure Your Success Working in a Startup Culture

I contribute regularly to an ongoing InfoSpace series called, “Startup Roundup.” Each article contains a full look at mostly-local startups, providing details about the founders, the company, and everything in between. My interest in the startup culture stemmed from exposure to entrepreneurship during my freshman year at Syracuse University in the Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship… Read the full article…


Startup Roundup: Cuselight – A College Resource Network

Student Startup Madness (SSM), a national tournament-style competition for college student digital media startups, began its 2015 competition by announcing that 64 startup teams from across the nation made it to the first round of the competition. Six teams from Syracuse University were among them. Then, according to the SSM official website, eight more teams were… Read the full article…



Hack Upstate Presents: Hacking CNY Fall 2014

For the last two years, Hack Upstate has worked towards one clearly defined mission: to unite and facilitate collaboration among the greater Upstate New York hacker community. With Hack Upstate IV less than three weeks away, we’re excited to continue to grow with the CNY tech community. But, Hack Upstate is one of many great… Read the full article…


“I’m constantly broke, on the verge of poverty [and] deeply depressed”: The Brutal Truth About Startup

I was going to write about what to look for in a co-founder; explain “vesting” and “cliffs,” explore the concept of equity and share an anecdote about a partnership that ended well personally but hamstrung our company’s product. Instead, I have another message- Startups are hard and failing happens. No one is alone in this…. Read the full article…




HelloThere & Syracuse University Partner

SayHelloThere.com, otherwise known as HelloThere, specializes in disrupting the relationship between job seekers and their potential employers. Now, the power of this disruptive approach is being made available to Syracuse University iSchool students for free. HelloThere allows students to target specific internship or employment opportunities by creating custom webpages for each employer. By shifting the… Read the full article…