I am a father first to my 4 years old little girl Hannah Marie. After that, I currently run Lumen Nightclub in the meat packing district of Chicago, Illinois and act as the General Manager and Director of Operations. We use social media as the meat-on-the-bones of the operations based skeleton that is our business. I have been in the service industry for 16+ years and have worked in companies as large as The Cheesecake Factory to as small as independently owned bars. From fine dining to... Read More →
As the President of appssavvy, Michael is responsible for developing the organization, hiring and managing the team and ensuring that appssavvy will continue to deliver the highest level of solutions to the advertising clients and publishing partners.
Michael started his career as as a technology recruiter, learning the fundamental of sales, hiring and customer management. He joined HotJobs.com in 1999, opened the Chicago office and grew with the company until it was purchased by Yahoo in... Read More →
Jonny Imerman is a young adult cancer survivor who strives to make sure no one fights cancer without the support of someone who has already triumphed over the disease. After being diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 26, Jonny decided to found Imerman Angels, a non-profit organization, which carefully matches a person touched by cancer (a cancer fighter or survivor) with someone who has fought and survived the same type of cancer (a Mentor Angel). Imerman Angels now has more than 4,000... Read More →
Jason runs Ajax Social Media, a social content strategy firm that helps B2B and professional service organizations use LinkedIn to improve business results. Ajax is the only company in North America to have been certified by LinkedIn to deliver live LinkedIn training. | | Jason serves as an advisor to both the Career Advisory Board (presented by DeVry) and SmartBrief Workforce, and blogs about the new trend toward "profersonalism" at JasonSeiden.com. His third book, Beyond Social, is... Read More →
Philip Tadros's, founder and CEO of Doejo, entrepreneurship started exceptionally early; at nineteen he dropped out of school and began his carer as a serial-problem solver. He procured a $20,000 loan to purchase his first retail location: Don’s Coffee Club, a floundering coffee shop. Working hard everyday with a smile on his face, the shop gained popularity quickly and sold for $34,000 ten months later. He used the profit from that transaction to put a down payment on a larger retail... Read More →