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Business Interviews with Entrepreneurs, CEO's, Founders, Funding Sources, and Policy Makers - We shine a light on the people that make an impact on Small Business. Interviews with entrepreneurs, small business owners, angel investors, venture capitalists, government policy makers, marketing agencies, pr companies, and more...

  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/alex-algard Alex Algard - CEO and founder of WhitePages.com - Alex Algard is the CEO and founder of WhitePages.com. Alex is also the founder of CarDomain Network, the leading online community for car enthusiasts. In 2007 Alex was selected as the Software Entrepreneur of the Year, Pacific Northwest by Ernst & Young and as a finalist for Inc. magazine's Entrepreneur of the Year. He began his career in investment banking with the Goldman Sachs High Technology Group. Alex holds a BA in economics and a MS in engineering, both from Stanford University.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/alexis-ohanian Alexis Ohanian is the Founder of Breadpig, Reddit - Alexis Ohanian is most well known as one of the Founders of Reddit where he goes by kn0thing. Reddit was in the first group of startups at YCombinator. Reddit was also the first exit from YCombinator when they sold to Conde Nast Digital in 2006. He has given a Ted talk (on Mr. Splashy Pants, a humpback whale) and presented at many startup/web events. He has done a Kiva fellowship in Armenia. Alexis is also an accredited investor and has an angel investment firm named Das Kapital Capital, LLC. He is also a board member of the Awesome Foundation. Currently, Alexis is a founder at Breadpig. He also has a marketing role at Hipmunk, a new flight search startup founded by his Co-Founder at Reddit, Steve Huffman. Alexis also represents YCombinator in the East Coast of the US.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/entrepreneur-interviw-with-andy-liu-founder-of-buddytv Entrepreneur Interview with Andy Liu, Co Founder of buddyTV.com - Andy Liu is an entrepreneur and angel investor. He currently runs BuddyTV.com and is on the board with several organizations. Infused with the entrepreneurial spirit at a young age, Andy would sell items around his house to visitors. By 15, he was working at Godfather's pizza, exposing him to the trials and tribulations of the restaurant business. At 16, Andy was working full-time for AT&T in the summer and a series of large companies followed. Those included Boeing, Keane, Active Voice and other places including a failed startup while earning his bachelor's in Electrical Engineering. He launched his first startup at the age of 23. BuddyTV.com is a website for fans to catch up on their favorite shows. The site offers updates and information on TV shows and actors, provides opportunities to interact with writers and other fans. Visitors can watch videos and play online games as well. Registered users can leave comments, write reviews, and track their favorite shows. The website has been cited by USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, and may others.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/david-allen David Allen Interview, Getting Things Done, GTD - Well, I had lots of different professions, didn't know what I wanted to do when I grew up, and in my 30s I decided well, since I never liked to stay in one place very long I think I'll hang out my shingle and couldn't spell consultant, now I are one. That was the beginning of it. Just my own small little practice. Then quickly ran across and came across as many mentors as I could in terms of the consulting game. I'd been a pretty good number two guy. Since I didn't know what I wanted to do when I grew up, I helped a lot of friends start businesses. So I'd been around and sort of seen from the inside out the small business startup game, and I was looking for models that helped people in that process.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/deborah-sweeney-mycorporation Deborah Sweeney, CEO - MyCorporation - MyCorporation is an online legal filing service. We incorporate and form LLCs for small businesses, and our goal is to go beyond just forming the business but also to provide a package or a bundle that creates a scenario where a small business can come to us and feel like they're getting more than just the incorporation. Where we do domain names and startup packages and relationships with QuickBooks and other business products that we have partnerships with, so we create new business bundles that enables them to choose from one of a few bundles and make kind of an easy decision about their incorporation process.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/jeff-bennett-swap Jeff Bennett - Founder of Flow.com - Jeff Bennett id the CEO of Swap.com. Swap is an award-winning website that brings people together to swap the stuff they have for the stuff they want. Jeff has been an active digital citizen since the mid-1990′s and this experience has enabled him to play leadership and advisory roles with many successful Internet businesses. Prior to Swap.com, Jeff founded and served as President & COO of NameMedia, where he built one of the largest domain portfolios in the world. Jeff has also served in several executive roles at Lycos, including VP of eCommerce and Executive Vice President of Corporate Development. Jeff is focused on leveraging the power of social media and commerce to build the Swap economy, a mission that he has spoken about on The CBS Early Show and FOX Business, and in publications like Entrepreneur and the Boston Globe. You can find his blog at www.jeffbennett.com.
  • http://www.businessinterviews.com/jeffrey-taylor Jeffrey C. Taylor Founder and CEO of Meetcha.com - Jeffrey C. Taylor is the Founder and CEO of Meetcha.com, a unique social dating site. Jeff is also the Founder and Chairman of Tributes.com, eons.com, and the Founder and former CEO of Monster.com. He serves on the Board of Directors of Boston’s Citi Center for the Performing Arts and Board of Advisors of Berklee College of Music. Jeff holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst; a Certificate-Owner/President Management (OPM) Program, Executive Education, Harvard Business School; and an Honorary Doctorate from Bentley College. Jeff has been an avid Deejay for more than 30 years under the name Jefr Tale. He has a weekly show on Sirius/XM (Area) on Sunday nights. Meetcha.com, founded in 2009, targets the 40 and over single social scene. It differs from other traditional dating services. People can meet one-on-one, but there is also the PODS (People Out Doing Stuff) approach where matching that takes place results in groups of people with similar interests having get-togethers. This eliminates the pressures that go along with first time dates and provides for a good time. With older people being the fastest growing demographic in online dating, Meetcha.com is a perfect fit.

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