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David Zheng is the co-founder and CEO of Klout Fire, a digital marketing agency that helps brands drive revenue by acquiring customers and establishing brand awareness through inbound marketing strategies. You can connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn. It’s time to confess: SEO has a bad reputation. Over the years, less reputable companies […]
Danny Boice is the Co-Founder & President of Speek. Speek lets users do conference calls with a simple link (speek.com/YourName) rather than using phone numbers and PINs. Danny attended Harvard, is a Forbes columnist, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown and was recently named a Tech Titan by Washingtonian Magazine. You can find Danny on Twitter @DannyBoice […]
By Ted Serbinski, Partner at Detroit Venture Partners Ted Serbinski is a Partner at Detroit Venture Partners, where he leads investments in early-stage software startups. Ted is widely regarded as an influential, emerging technology venture partner in the Midwest, leading the startup renaissance in Detroit. Previously, he was CTO and co-founder of ParentsClick acquired by […]
Gina Harman is the CEO of Accion’s U.S. Network, the only nationwide microfinance and small-business lending network in the United States. A longtime proponent of social justice, she believes passionately in helping hard-working, determined people take control of their economic future so they can provide for themselves and their families while contributing to their communities […]
Dell Founders Club member Jeremy Bloom has worn many hats, including professional football player in the NFL, Olympic skier, and technology entrepreneur. Whether it’s leading his company, Integrate, or competing on the some of the world’s biggest stages, Jeremy knows what it takes to make success happen. In a recent article for Entrepreneur.com, Jeremy […]