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How to Succeed In the Real Estate Business with Donna Evers, Ep035

8/2/2017
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Donna Evers is the founder of Evers & Co. Real Estate and Twin Oaks Tavern Winery. Donna was a very successful real estate agent, before she started her own brokerage firm with 7 sales agents. Today the company has over 100 agents and is the largest woman-owned-and-run independent residential real … Continue reading The post How to Succeed In the Real Estate Business appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:27:59


From Side Hustle to Thriving Business

7/26/2017
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James Mccartney is the founding partner and CEO of Truvincio, a data security and privacy consulting firm whose mission is to make data security affordable for small businesses. Before becoming an entrepreneur, James was a data security consultant at a large consulting firm. In this work, he noticed that most existing … Continue reading The post From Side Hustle to Thriving Business appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:37:50


How to Become A Serial Entrepreneur in Your 20s

7/19/2017
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Akobir Azamovich is the co-founder and CEO of 4stay.com, an online marketplace for student housing. Although Akobir is only in his twenties, he’s already started multiple companies. When Akobir immigrated to the US in high school, he quickly spotted a business opportunity matching foreign students like himself with American schools, and that eventually … Continue reading The post How to Become A Serial Entrepreneur in Your 20s appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:31:59


How to Start A Two-Sided Marketplace

7/11/2017
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Stephanie Cox is the founder and CEO of The Level Market, the world’s first online marketplace for humanitarian supply and disaster relief products. In this episode, Stephanie talked about her journey of starting her platform with the aspiration to be “Amazon for Aid”. She offered insights on the unique challenges … Continue reading The post How to Start A Two-Sided Marketplace appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:31:46


How to Get Venture Capital Investors Interested in Your Startup with Dan Mindus, Ep031

7/5/2017
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Dan Mindus is the founder and a managing partner of NextGen Venture Partners, an early-stage venture capital firm. What’s unique about NextGen is that they are the first network-driven venture firm. The firm has a network of hundreds of “venture partners”, who are experienced founders, executives and investors, to help the … Continue reading The post How to Get Venture Capital Investors Interested in Your Startup appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:29:41


How to Create A Business Supported by An Online Community with Craig Zelizer, Ep030

6/27/2017
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Craig Zelizer is the CEO and founder of the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN), a vibrant online hub for professionals, organizations and students in the fields of social change, peacebuilding, social entrepreneurship, and social development. Craig is a college professor turned entrepreneur. He started PCDN as a hobby in 2007. It … Continue reading The post How to Create A Business Supported by An Online Community appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:32:08


From Zero to A National Brand with Agatha Achindu, Ep029

6/21/2017
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Agatha Achindu is the founder of Yummy Spoonfuls, an innovative company that makes flash-frozen baby food from fresh, organic and wholesome ingredients. In this episode, Agatha shared about how she went from making healthy baby food out of her own kitchen to starting a business borrowing money from her own 401(k), to … Continue reading The post From Zero to A National Brand appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:34:15


How to Build A Disruptive Product, Ep 028

6/13/2017
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Jonathon Perrelli is the CEO and co-founder of LifeFuels, a health technology company in Virginia. Their main product is smart water bottles with customized nutrition injections, which also allows you to track your consumption of water and nutrients with an app. In this episode, Jonathon shared how he brought LifeFuels from idea to prototype … Continue reading The post How to Build A Disruptive Product appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:34:47


How to Become More Resilient as An Entrepreneur with Tim Hwang, Ep027

6/6/2017
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Tim Hwang is the founder and CEO of FiscalNote, a software company in Washington DC that helps organizations build and manage their relationships with all levels of government, through their analytics and machine learning tools. Tim started Fiscal Note at the ripe old age of 21. And in 2016, he … Continue reading The post How to Become More Resilient as An Entrepreneur appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:31:32


Startup Marketing Tips from the Trenches with Kevin Alansky, Ep 026

5/30/2017
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Kevin Alansky is the Chief Marketing Officer of Logi Analytics, a software company in Northern Virginia. Kevin was one of the early employees at DC tech scene’s superstar, Blackboard Inc. He was also the cofounder of startup SocialRadar. In today’s interview, Kevin share his marketing insights, including how to develop … Continue reading The post Startup Marketing Tips from the Trenches appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:37:01


How to Validate Your Business Ideas with Minimal Cost, Ep 025

5/23/2017
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Earlier this year, our host Natasha Che started Soundwise, a mobile marketplace for on-demand audio courses in business and personal development. She and her cofounders want to build the Netflix for learning-on-the-go. In today’s episode, Natasha and Founders Nextdoor producer, Xue Bai, sit down and chat about how Natasha got the idea for … Continue reading The post How to Validate Your Business Ideas with Minimal Cost appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:19:32


Building A Business from Scratch as An Industry Outsider with Danielle Vogel, Ep 024

5/16/2017
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Danielle Vogel is the founder of Glen’s Garden Market. Glen’s is not your average grocery store. Almost all of what they sell are locally sourced. And they’re on a mission to combat climate change. In her pre-entrepreneur life, Danielle was a successful lawyer. She started Glen’s from scratch, with no … Continue reading The post Building A Business from Scratch as An Industry Outsider appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:30:54


How Bree Ryback Turned A Hobby into A Thriving Business, Ep 023

5/9/2017
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Bree Ryback is the founder of Capitol Romance, a wedding coordination and e-commerce business in DC. When Bree was getting married in 2010, she struggled to find local resources that would help her plan the wedding the way she wanted. So when the wedding was over, she decided to start blogging … Continue reading The post How Bree Ryback Turned A Hobby into A Thriving Business appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:38:41


How to Grow A Consulting Business

5/2/2017
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Cenk Sidar is the founder and CEO of Sidar Global Ventures (SGV), a global macro research and strategic advisory firm. After graduate school, Cenk started doing risk analysis research for the American-Turkish Council, where not only did he hone his expertise but also built a steady client base. Encouraged by … Continue reading The post How to Grow A Consulting Business appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:35:28


How to Bootstrap A Media Empire by Curating Shareable Content with Svetlana Legetic, Ep 021

4/25/2017
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Svetlana Legetic is the co-founder of Brightest Young Things, an online publishing, event production and marketing company. Svetlana moved to Washington DC for an architect job in 2003. She and her cofounders initially started BYT as a simple blog writing about events happening around town. But BYT quickly got so popular … Continue reading The post How to Bootstrap A Media Empire by Curating Shareable Content appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:39:19


Creative Strategies to Get Customers and Grow Your Brand with Melanie Spring, Ep 020

4/18/2017
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Melanie Spring is the Chief Inspiration Officer of Sisarina, a Washington DC-based brand strategy agency with purpose. Melanie had the entrepreneurial blood in her since she was a kid. She started out in the web-design and marketing business, and found her true passion in helping companies grow their brands and build … Continue reading The post Creative Strategies to Get Customers and Grow Your Brand appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:29:13


How to Leverage Your Brand's Story in Marketing with Ann Yang and Philip Wong, Ep 019

4/12/2017
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Ann Yang and Phil Wong are the co-founders of MISFIT Juicery, a business with the social mission to reduce food waste by turning misshaped fruits and veggies into nutritious cold-pressed juices. Ann and Phil started Misfit while they were college students at Georgetown University. They’ve quickly developed a network of distributors and … Continue reading The post How to Leverage Your Brand’s Story in Marketing appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:27:41


How to Create A Viable Business with Social Impact with Colin Hartman, Ep 018

4/4/2017
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Colin Hartman is the co-founder and CEO of Harper Macaw, a fine chocolate factory in Washington DC that is turning delicious cocoa into a force of social good for rainforest restoration. Colin is a Marine Corps officer turned MBA turned food entrepreneur. In this interview, he talked about how to create a business … Continue reading The post How to Create A Viable Business with Social Impact appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:39:57


How to Get the First Customers for Your Fitness Business with Mariska Breland, Ep 017

3/28/2017
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Mariska Breland is the founder and creative director of Fuse Pilates®, a pilates studio and fitness brand in NW DC that offers mat, reformer and chair classes using their unique “Fuse” method. In today’s interview, Mariska talked about how she went from being a part-time pilates teacher to starting her own studio. As an … Continue reading The post How to Get the First Customers for Your Fitness Business appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:34:09


How to Grow Your Creative Design Business Organically with Rachel Pfeffer, Ep 016

3/21/2017
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Rachel Pfeffer is the founder of Rachel Pfeffer Designs and also the co-founder of Stitchta (formerly Stitchtagram). She designs beautiful and quirky handmade jewelry in addition to running a creative business making pillows and bags with photos from Instagram and elsewhere. In today’s interview, Rachel shared her journey from making jewelry … Continue reading The post How to Grow Your Creative Design Business Organically appeared first on Founders Nextdoor.

Duration: 00:22:23

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