Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Gun Sirer, Cornell University

Gun Sirer is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University.

Sirer works on self-organizing systems, which span operating systems, networking and distributed systems. He likes building things, especially systems that have some principled reason for why they should work. His current projects involve peer-to-peer systems, systems support for ad hoc networks, and operating systems.

Sirer's comments are from a panel on Information Technology Entrepreneurship from Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

Gun Sirer received a B.S.E. from Princeton University and an M.S and Ph.D. from University of Washington.

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John Belizaire from BestFirst

John Belizaire is the co-founder of FirstBest and is an accomplished enterprise software entrepreneur with a track record of new venture development and management success.

Prior to co-founding FirstBest, he was senior director of business development and strategic planning for BEA's Ecommerce applications division, where he grew annual revenue to over $150 million. Before BEA, Belizaire co-founded The Theory Center, a leader in Java-based component software for enterprise applications. As CEO, he grew the company from inception to $10 million in revenue. BEA Systems acquired the company in 1999 for over $160 million. He was previously lead architect for Intel's digital enterprise group, where he was responsible for the industry's first implementation of network quality-of-service technology for personal computers.

Belizaire's comments are from a panel on Information Technology Entrepreneurship from Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

Belizaire holds a BS and Master's degree in computer science from Cornell University. He has also completed the Wharton Business School's Executive Development Program at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Jon Aizen, co-founder and COO of Dapper

Jon Aizen is the co-founder and COO of Dapper, managing U.S. operations and strategy for the company in San Francisco. He has been founding and working for web companies since 1994. He has extensive experience with managing large-scale, high-profile web projects, as well as operations and business development. His previous experience includes Alexa Internet and the Internet Archive.

He holds a degree in computer science from Cornell University.

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Social Entrepreneur Josh Tetrick

Josh Tetrick, a social entrepreneur, writer, and speaker, has led a United Nations business initiative in Kenya, worked for both former President Clinton and the president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, and taught street children as a Fulbright Scholar in Nigeria and South Africa.

After earning defensive rookie of the year as a linebacker with West Virginia University, Tetrick applied his energy on the field to solving big problems off the field. Whether mobilizing the UN Global Compact in Kenya, leading a sustainable supply-chain initiative with Citigroup or leading the development of McGuireWoods LLP's global climate change strategy, Tetrick is committed to finding fresh solutions to old problems. Most recently, he led the reform of Liberia's investment laws while working in the office of the President of Liberia.

Presently he is the founder and CEO of 33needs, an investment platform that connects social entrepreneurs to crowd-sourced investment capital.

Josh Tetrick, a Fulbright Scholar, is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and Cornell University.

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Deborah Muller, founder and president of HR Acuity, LLC

Deborah J. Muller brings more than 20 years of employee relations and workplace investigation experience and expertise to her role as Founder and President of HR Acuity, LLC.

Prior to founding the firm, Muller held HR leadership positions in numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Honeywell, Citibank and Marsh & McLennan, where she developed a seasoned approach to conducting workplace investigations into allegations of misconduct. She has been instrumental in leading fact-finding cases involving a wide range of complex investigations, including sexual harassment, discrimination and inappropriate use of company funds. In her senior HR roles, Muller was also responsible for strategic organization redesigns, extensive change management initiatives, coaching and development of senior executives, and performing due diligence and integration activities for company acquisitions.

Deborah Muller earned a BS degree from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations and a MA from the University of Maryland.

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American Innovative's Adam Hocherman

Adam Hocherman founded American Innovative in 2003 and currently serves as the company's president. In addition to running day-to-day operations, he is the inventor of many of American Innovative's consumer products.

Prior to founding American Innovative, Hocherman was the VP Engineering at Syncline, Inc., a Boston-based firm specializing in web-based GIS (Geographic Information Systems) solutions. A member of the management team, he was principally in charge of the company's engineering department. In addition Hocherman served as the primary client engagement manager for most of the large-scale project work completed at the firm. Before Syncline, Hocherman spent several years as part of Accenture's (formerly Andersen Consulting) Internet Center of Excellence in Boston. The Internet Center (or ICE) was part of a then-fledgling network of niche development arms within Andersen Consulting responsible for the very first Internet technology projects procured by the global firm. At the ICE center Hocherman was responsible for the architecture and development of large-scale, Java-based enterprise internet projects.

Adam Hocherman's comments are from a panel entitled Rising Stars: The "Early Days" of Promising Young Entrepreneurs that was given during Entrepreneurship at Cornell's Celebration event in April 2010.

Adam Hocherman holds both a BS in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and an MBA from Cornell University.


Dana Lampert of Wiggio

Dana Lampert is a Cornell University student and co-founder of is a free, online toolkit that makes it easy for students to work in groups. It offers simple functionalities, such as a shared calendar to coordinate meetings, the ability to send mass text messages, a shared document folder, instant polling capabilities, and free conference calls.

Dana Lampert expects to receive his undergraduate degree from Cornell Univesity in 2008.

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Tom Schryver, CFO of e2e Materials

Tom Schryver is CFO of e2e Materials, a leading venture-backed clean tech company. e2e's proprietary biocomposites are biodegradable, 100% natural with zero toxins, and provide superior strengths at lower weights than toxin-laden wood composites.

Schryver has extensive experience providing financial and strategic services and advice to technology transfer startups. His most recent role was as vice president, finance and operations at Novomer, a green materials company commercializing innovative polymer technology developed at Cornell University. Prior to Novomer, he was director of finance for the Triad Foundation, where he was responsible for overseeing all financial operations of the Foundation, including accounting, audit, and investing the Foundation's $250 million portfolio.

Tom Schryver's comments are from the panel discussion entitled Investing in the New Economy: The Changing Landscape and its Funding Models from Entrepreneurship at Cornell's Celebration event in April 2010.

Schryver has an AB from Cornell University and an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management.

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William Rosensweig from Physic Ventures

William Rosenzweig is co-founder and Managing Director at Physic Ventures. He focuses on creating and building early-stage opportunities that bring science to consumers in the areas of prevention, wellness and sustainable living. Will is currently on the board of directors of Attune Foods, EnergyHub, GoodGuide, and Pharmaca.

Will was previously co-founder and Managing Director of Great Spirit Ventures, a venture fund focused on the consumer-driven health sector and co-founder and CEO of Brand New Brands, a functional food accelerator fund.

Earlier in his career, Will actively participated in creating successful food and consumer-driven health companies as an investor or member of senior management. In 1990, Will co-founded and served as President, CEO, and Minister of Progress of The Republic of Tea, an award-winning specialty tea company that is often credited with creating the premium tea category in the United States. The company grew very rapidly and was acquired in 1994. In 1995, Will was named Senior Vice President of Odwalla (1994-1997), the nation's largest fresh juice company where he directed the brand and strategy of the company. His prior work experience includes roles as Vice President of Nakamichi (1985-1989); Partner and CEO of Hambrecht Vineyards and Wineries (1998-2001); Chairman of (1998-2001); and Co-Founder of Venture Strategy Partners(1997-2000). He also worked on the founding team of LeapFrog, a leading education and toy company. In 2004, he founded Kingdom of Herbs, a purveyor of organic products for home and garden at the Ferry Building in San Francisco.

Will was on the faculty at the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley from 1999 to 2006, where he taught the MBA course in Social Entrepreneurship.

Will is the co-author of The Republic of Tea: How an Idea Becomes a Business (Doubleday 1992, 1994), a bestselling book that chronicles the start up of a new company and how an idea becomes a busines.

Will Rosenzweig's comments are from the panel discussion entitled Investing in the New Economy: The Changing Landscape and its Funding Models from Entrepreneurship at Cornell's Celebration event in April 2010.

Will Rosenzweig received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University.

Here are his clips.

Angela Mwanza - Investing in the New Economy

Angela Mwanza is Senior Vice President at UBS. Previously, she was a Vice President at Lehman Brothers Private Investment Management managing a team that advises wealthy individuals and their families, charitable organizations, endowments, and corporations on sophisticated strategies to preserve, grow and transfer wealth. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, Mwanza worked in a similar role at Fleet Private Clients Group, having begun her financial services career at the J.P.Morgan Private Bank where she managed the U.S. Mutual Funds Desk.

Angela Mwanza holds an M.A. in Linguistics from the University of Konstanz, Germany and an M.B.A. from the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University.

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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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Monday, June 28, 2010

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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Tien Tzuo, CEO, Zuora, Inc.

Tien Tzuo is the Chief Executive Officer at Zuora, Inc.

Tien was one of the "original forces" at, which he joined in 1999 as the 11th employee, when the company was still operating out of a house on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco. In his 9 years there, Tien held a variety of executive roles in's technology, marketing, and strategy organizations, including building out the product management & marketing organization, serving as salsforce's first Chief Marketing Officer, and most recently as Chief Strategy Officer.

Tien personally oversaw the vision, direction, and design of the first 17 releases of's award winning product line, including overseeing the launch of and the AppExchange. In 2004, Tien was named CMO of the Year Finalist by the CMO Council and BusinessWeek Magazine. Tien is also widely recognized as one of the thought leaders in the software-as-a-service industry. His podcast on the Secrets of Salesforce is widely cited and has been downloaded over 250,000 times.

Tien Tzuo holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University and a master's in business administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

His clips are here.

Doug Rowan

Doug Rowan has served as President and CEO of Imaging Solutions Corporation, a Kirkland, Washington-based consulting company established to help companies plan strategy, find customers and identify funding for their digital content related products and services. The focus over the past year on been on helping retailers, manufacturers and service providers reach Today's Mom through social media, television and branding. One of the companies that Imaging Solutions has been helping is ZoomAlbum which provides a family of innovative products through which consumers and professionals can produce very high quality photo albums using ink jet printers in the home or stores.

From August 1998 until February 2002, Doug also served as Founder and CEO of Impli, Inc., a company installing flat panel computer screens in checkout lanes at supermarkets to entertain and advertise to shoppers waiting to checkout. During 1998 and 1999, Doug also worked with a group to prepare "A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress� which was published in 2000. Prior to this, Doug was recruited by Bill Gates and served as President and CEO of Corbis Corporation from 1994 to 1997. At Corbis, Doug oversaw the acquisition of the Bettmann Archive, established the Corbis brand and migrated the Corbis business from off-line licensing and CD-ROMs to the current Corbis online licensing business. From 1991 to 1993, Doug served as President of another image content and software pioneer, AXS Optical Technology Resource of Berkeley, California. AXS developed and sold software to manage photographs for the top 25 newspapers in the U.S., signing exclusive content agreements with organizations such as the Brooklyn and Frick Museums, among others. AXS was an early leader in metadata with newspapers and others. Before that, Doug's experience includes serving in executive positions for AMPEX of Redwood City, CA, from 1988 to 1990; MASSCOMP of Westford, Massachusetts from 1984 to 1988; and IBM from 1962 to 1984.

Doug Rowan received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, and an MBA from Cornell University.


David Fischell, CEO, Angel Medical Systems

David Fischell is the CEO of Angel Medical Systems. Fischell is a serial entrepreneur who has founded nine biomedical device companies in the last 15 years, including Angel Medical Systems, a company which has developed an implantable heart attack detection and patient alerting system.

Other companies include Neuralieve, Inc (2002) to develop Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation systems for Migraine Headaches; and NeuroPace, Inc. (1997) to develop implantable brain pacemakers to treat epilepsy.

David Fischell was at Bell Laboratories in 1979 where, for 11 years, he performed and directed a wide range of research and development projects. He left Bell Labs in 1991 to work full time on medical devices. He currently holds 85 issued U.S. patents, and has published numerous papers in the fields of telecommunications, cardiology, radiobiology, and radiation dosimetry.

David Fischell's comments are from a panel entitled "Bootstrapping to Success: Starting a Business on a Shoestring and a Prayer" that took place during Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

David Fischell earning his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Cornell University.

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Harry Hill, President Of Oak Lawn Marketing

Harry Hill is the President of Oak Lawn Marketing.

Harry Hill's comments are from a panel entitled "Bootstrapping to Success: Starting a Business on a Shoestring and a Prayer" that took place during Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

Harry Hill received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University.

Panel appearance clips.

Bill Trenchard, LiveOps

Bill Trenchard is currently the CEO of LiveOps, a teleservices company. Prior to LiveOps, Bill was the founder and CEO of Callcast, a call routing technology and outsourced teleservices firm that merged with LiveOps in 2003. Prior to Callcast, Bill was a managing director at idealab! where he served portfolio companies in capacities ranging from a board member to interim CEO. Bill was also the founder and CEO of Jump Networks, Inc., which was acquired by Microsoft in April 1999.

Bill Trenchard has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Science Technology Studies from Cornell University.

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Kempton Coady

Kempton Coady is President of ViVA Skin Care Inc.

Previously, Coady has held multiple management positions including President of Sona MedSpa Massachusetts, Principal and owner of Medical Device Kempton & Associates, Inc., Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Deltex Medical Group plc and Senior Managing Director at Quintiles MTC/BRI Corporation, a medical device contract research company.

Coady's comments are from a panel discussion of Medical and Healthcare Entrepreneurship from the Entrepreneruship at Cornell Celebration event held in April 2010.

Kempton Coady holds a B.S. degree in Chemistry/Biology from Bates College, and an M.P.S. degree in Health Care Administration and an M.B.A. degree, both from Cornell University.

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Apparel entrepreneur Verneda White

Verneda White is the founder and Creative Director of Human Intonation. Human Intonation is a unisex apparel brand dedicated to raising social awareness while giving 15% of the proceeds from each sale to growing non-profits.

Verneda White's comments are from a panel entitled "Fashion With Social Awareness" from the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

Verneda White is a graduate of Cornell University.

Panel clips.

Christine Marchuska

Christine Marchuska is CEO of c. marchuska. c. marchuska is an eco-friendly clothing line by Christine Marchuska and Brooke Bresnan, which provides chic and sustainable clothing at affordable prices. Manufactured in New York City, the clothing is designed to embody versatility throughout different trends and seasons in order to stay true to the sustainable fashion mantra of producing less waste.

Christine Marchuska's comments are from a panel entitled "Fashion With Social Awareness" from the Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration in April 2010.

Christine Marchuska is a graduate of Cornell University.

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Nike's James Connolly

James Connolly is a product line manager for Nike's Global Men's Athletic Training Apparel business. He is responsible for the product creation engine that creates essential training silhouettes for athletes in american football and baseball. In addition James' oversees both the men's and women's LIVESTRONG apparel assortment. This assortment has helped create more than $80,000,000 in revenue for the Lance Armstrong Foundation and its fight against cancer.

Prior to Athletic Training James worked as both a Product Line Manager and Associate Product Line Manager for Nike's women's training apparel business.

James Connolly received a BS from Cornell University's Department of Applied Economics and Management.

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IdeaLab's Howard Morgan

Howard Morgan has been President of Arca Group, Inc. since 1989 and also serves as a Director of Idealab. Arca Group, Inc. is a consulting and venture capital investment management firm specializing in the area of computer and communications technologies. In 2005, he confounded First Round Capital, an early stage venture fund based outside of Philadelphia, PA

Morgan served as Professor of Decision Sciences at The Wharton School, and Professor of Computer and Information Sciences at The Moore School of the University of Pennsylvania from 1972 through 1985. He has been a Visiting Professor at the California Institute of Technology and the Harvard Business School.

Howard Morgan received a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Cornell University and a B.S. in physics from City College of the City University of New York.

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Panel Lecture: Samuel Bacharach

Samuel Bacharach is the McKelvey-Grant Professor in the Department of Organizational Behavior at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University. He is the director of Cornell's New York City-based Institute for Workplace Studies and director of Cornell's New York City master's degree program for practitioners. He is past chair of the Department of Organizational Behavior and the author and editor of over twenty books on management, organizational behavior, and industrial relations.

Professor Bacharach teaches the discipline of proactive leadership to undergraduate and graduate students at Cornell's School of Industrial and Labor Relations. In addition, he develops and conducts workshops and engages in individual consulting and coaching of executives, politicians, managers, and students around the world.

Professor Bacharach earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin.

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Gerard Van Grinsven

Gerard Van Grinsven is the President and CEO of Henry Ford Health System - West Bloomfield Hospital.

Previously, he was Vice President and Area General Manager of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dearborn, MI. He also served as vice president and area general manager of The Ritz-Carlton hotels in Cleveland, St. Louis and Philadelphia.

Prior to his time in Dearborn, van Grinsven was a member of the corporate team of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company as vice president of Food and Beverage and vice president of Openings. In this period, he successfully opened 20 Ritz-Carlton hotels worldwide. In addition, he was a key member of the team responsible for the company winning the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 1999.

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Saturday, June 26, 2010

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Friday, June 18, 2010

Video interview: Maureen McGowan of HandCrafting Justice Inc

Maureen McGowan is the Director of HandCrafting Justice Inc., a project of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. HCJ supports and assists women in the developing world in their efforts to create employment. A Sister of the Good Shepherd since 1965, she helped to found HandCrafting Justice in 1997, and has been serving as Director since 2004. Sister Maureen established the Good Shepherd Volunteer Program in 1993 and served as director until 2004. Prior to these ventures, she worked at Good Shepherd Services, supporting youth and families and as a director of training and formation for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd.

Maureen McGowan holds a M.S.W. from the Wurtzweiler School of Social Work of Yeshiva University.

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Summer Rayne Oakes, an interview

Summer Rayne Oakes is a model-activist, correspondent on Discovery Network's Planet Green, author of bestselling style guide Style, Naturally (Chronicle, 2009), and Editor-at-Large of ABOVE Magazine. As brand ambassador and sustainability strategist for both Portico Home and Spa, and Payless ShoeSource's zoe&zac line, her work keeps her busy on and off camera, advising and consulting on various aspects of design, production and practice.

She is also Founder of SRO, LLC and the Co-founder/CEO of Source4Style - a B2B marketplace that allows designers - both fashion and interior - to search, compare and purchase more sustainable materials from around the world.

Vanity Fair has named Oakes a "Global Citizen," Outside called her one of the "Top Environmental Activists," CNN hailed her as a "Young Person Who Rocks," Glamour anointed her "70 Women of Green," Cosmopolitan awarded her the "Fun, Fearless Female" Award, AMICA named her one of the "Top 20 Trendsetters under 40," and CNBC named her one of the "Top 10 Green Entrepreneurs of 2010."

Summer Rayne Oakes is a graduate of Cornell University with degrees in Environmental Science and Entomology.

Interview clips are now online.

Clare Smith From Aid To Artisans

Clare Brett Smith is President Emerita of Aid To Artisans. Aid to Artisans (ATA) is a non-profit organization based in Hartford, Connecticut whose mission is to offer "practical assistance to artisan groups worldwide, working in partnerships to foster artistic traditions, cultural vitality, improved livelihoods and community well-being." ATA works with artisans in every region of the world through its product and market development programs, business skills training and Small Grants Program.

Smith served as President of ATA from 1986-2005. Prior to that, Smith owned and managed Primitive Artisan, a well-known import company specializing in handicrafts of developing nations. The company was sold in 1982.

Clare Brett Smith graduated from Smith College, where her major field was history and where she was Editor-in-Chief of the college newspaper.

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Interview with Lily Liu of PublicStuff

Lily Liu is the Founder and CEO of PublicStuff. PublicStuff is an online platform that connects people and local governments to increase civic participation in communities across the nation. They provide tools to both citizen and government users, so they can effectively communicate and influence things that affect the quality of their daily lives.

Lily has been working around public policy issues at the local and national level for over 10 years. She has been passionate about working for and around public sector issues and has a deep understanding of what government needs and abilities are. Lily has worked with Mayor Bloomberg's Special Projects & Analytics Unit in the Department of Education, a $20B organization. Prior to that, she worked in the City of Long Beach, CA the Transportation Security Administration in Washington, D.C.

Lily Liu received a BS and MS in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University and an MS in Policy from Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.

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Erin Barnes is an Executive Director at ioby connects donors and volunteers to environmental projects in their neighborhoods to inspire new environmental knowledge and action in New York City.

Erin Barnes has an undergraduate degree from University of Virginia and a Master's degree from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.

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Interview with Rachael Chong

Rachael Chong is Founder & CEO of Catchafire, a website that connects professionals who want to volunteer their skills with nonprofits and social entrepreneurs that need skilled volunteers.

Rachael was previously an investment banker, and prior to starting Catchafire, she worked alongside the President & CEO to start-up BRAC USA, the US affiliate of BRAC, one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world.

Rachael Chong has a Master's of Public Policy from Duke University and graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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Thursday, June 03, 2010

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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

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Sean Neville - Interview - Simply Audiobooks

Sean Neville was most recently was the CEO and Co-founder of Simply Audiobooks, a $7 million internet retailer focused on the rental and sale of audiobooks. Sean led the company from inception to becoming the world's largest audiobook rental company with offices in Canada and the United States. He received the 2005 Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year award in Ontario for his efforts in building the company. Sean negotiated the successful sale of Simply Audiobooks to another Canadian media company in the summer of 2009.

Before starting Simply Audiobooks, Sean explored a variety of high-profile positions, from trading at Goepel McDermid and UBS Warburg to VP of Sales and Marketing at Concept Plastics. Before starting his business career, Sean was a nationally ranked figure skater in Canada, and two-time Ontario provincial champion.

Sean Neville holds an MBA from the Johnson School at Cornell University, a BAS from York University, and he has completed graduate studies at IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain.

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