Entrepreneurship

Joe Monzo On Being Video Entrepreneur Right Out Of College

When Joe Monzo graduated Albright College in 2013, the economy was only starting to emerge from a global recession. He was lucky enough to intern at a large technology company his senior year in college, then as a contract videographer and editor. But after a year or so, he saw the writing on the wall…

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Keith Willis On Entrepreneurship Through The Army, Corporate World, and Out On His Own.

Keith is one of the people who lights up a room when walks in. He’s got a big smile and tons of experience in the business world to help you solve most business problems. Keith rose to the rank of Captain in the US Army before jumping head first in to the corporate/pharmaceutical world. He…

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Devin Miller Loves Startups So Much He Became An IP Lawyer and Entrepreneur

Devin Miller is the brains behind 4 startups and Miller IP Law. He love entrepreneurship and helping startups protect their intellectual property. In addition to his startups and law practice, Devin loves being a family man and helping his 4 kids get a sense of what it’s like to be a business owners. If you’re…

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Ryan Frankel Saves Lives With His App

Ryan Frankel has been on both sides of the entrepreneurial coin. He started, right after college, working for Goldman Sachs investing in startups. After four years on that side, Ryan decided to try his hand at the entrepreneurial side. He’s never looked back. Now, three startups into his journey, Ryan has seen both success and…

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Jason Ranalli On The Journey From Software and Tech to Headshot Photography

Jason Ranalli graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Computer Science. He went to Wall Street and worked on software and tech support for the big names in the financial space. As a escape and break from that high paced world, he discovered photography. This hobby eventually became his full time job….

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Joe Casabona On Teaching Online Courses As An Entrepreneurial Journey

Joe Casabona is probably one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. I’ve known Joe for more than 5 years. He’s been in the WordPress space since the beginning of the project and has now pivoted to teaching online course is both WordPress and Podcasting. Joe is a recovering university educator (University of Scranton) and…

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Bart Mroz On Entrepreneurship, Web Development And The American Dream

This is a special BONUS episode of the Entrepreneur’s Enigma podcast. Today we’re talking with a good friend of mine, Bart Mroz. Bart’s company Sumo Heavy Industries helps eCommerce brands build out their online systems and processes. Bart had always hustled and this hustle put him through college, at Temple University in Philadelphia, and has…

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Reid Moncada On How Adversity Turned Into Entrepreneurship

Reid Moncada has been through a lot in his 23 years on this planet. In high school, he faced immense adversity when his father lost his job. Reid and his family of 4 (and a 70lb dog) became homeless for 3 years. During this time Reid worked 3 jobs, including one at the local country…

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Dusty Davidson On Starting, Building, Growing, and Exiting Startups

Dusty Davidson didn’t always want to be an entrepreneur. But when he decided that the corporate world wasn’t right for him, he decided to try his hand at running his own business. Moving to California to Silicon Valley, wasn’t an option. Dusty had met his wife and had already put down roots in Omaha, Nebraska….

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Joe Henderson On Doing Startups Before It Was Cool

Joe Henderson has been in the startup ecosystem since the early 1990s. He has helped more than 50 startups get started, create MVPs, get funded, and grow. Joe is currently working with OnVector a water treatment startup that uses plasma lasers to clean water and get rid of all the hard to destroy grime. Find…

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