- 15:31 Katie Brown Shares Thoughts on Business & Life: cornell-eclips.blogspot.com/2010/02/katie-brown-shares-thoughts-on-business.html #
- 15:41 Over at 10 Good Minutes (follow them: @10gm), Jamie Allen gives tips and strategies to land your dream job tinyurl.com/ya2eljz #
- 16:12 Recently posted interview eClips: Catherine Russell - Entrepreneurship in the arts tinyurl.com/ylzos6b #
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Saturday, February 13, 2010
- 13:58 New videos added! #
- 13:58 R. Weybright is the Agricultural and Horticultural Program Leader at Cornell Cooperative Extension in Dutchess County. tiny.cc/ij4E6 #
- 14:00 Susan Gibbs, Juniper Moon Farms tiny.cc/C06pl #
- 14:01 C. Heidt is Program Research and Marketing Manager for the Division of Graduate and Professional Studies at Ithaca.edu tiny.cc/D69tc #
- 14:04 K. Migliorelli is the owner of Migliorelli Farm, a family-run fruit and vegetable farm in Dutchess County in New York tiny.cc/xE2 RG #
- 14:06 What is eClips? Professor Streeter explains: deborahstreeter.com/eClips.php (video) #
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Brown opened her first store called "Goat", which was located in Los Angeles and Mackinac Island, Michigan. It was a popular antique store and cafe. Katie has been serving up dime-store domesticity on Lifetime Television's Next Door with Katie Brown since October 1997. She has opened her own workshops in Los Angeles, New York, and Bridgehampton.
During an interview with eClips, Brown shared thoughts on the challenges and rewards of building a business. Some clips from the interview follow...
"First of all, women who think that the entrepreneurial track would not be family friendly...it could not be further from the truth. It is incredibly family friendly...because I set my own hours, I set my own boundaries. I am the boss."
In this clips, Katie Brown explains the challenge of "being" the brand...
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
Tuesday, February 02, 2010
- 15:41 Interview With Slice's Miki Agrawal cornell-eclips.blogspot.com/2010/02/miki-agrawal-is-half-japanese-half.html #
Monday, February 01, 2010
Miki played soccer semi-professionally for the NY Magic post college, started out as an investment banker upon graduation (Deutsche Bank), then left to work as a commercial/music video/film production coordinator/manager for three years after that.
Her entrepreneurial spirit then kicked in and at 25 years old, she decided to start the process of building the Slice concept. At 26, she opened Slice.
She is currently working on developing more SLICE locations in NYC and in other cities as well as building her wholesale side to Slice. She recently launched her pizza kits which will eventually be sold in supermarkets nation-wide.
Miki Agrawal is a graduate of Cornell University.
See her clips here.