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An invite-only membership organization comprised of hundreds of the world’s most elite and successful young entrepreneurs.
An invite-only membership organization comprised of hundreds of the world’s most elite and successful young entrepreneurs.

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"I am a big believer in asking lots of questions of others. People like to share about themselves and they remember people who go out of their way to learn about them. It is a lost art of conversation."

Recently, YEC spoke with Jennifer Mellon, co-founder and president at Trustify, about her experiences networking and her advice for others aspiring to improve their own experience.

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Congratulations to YEC'er Luke Schueler, co-founder and owner of Flying Squirrel Sports, who recently announced the opening of Flying Squirrel Guatemala City.

Says Schueler, “My brother and I opened one of the first trampoline parks in the U.S. in 2010, and we wanted to open our business in Central America to offer the community the chance to experience such a fun facility and concept we have created.”

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This week, YEC brings you a recent episode of Slow Hustle, founded by Peter Awad. In this 45 minute episode, Peter speaks to fellow member Andrew Thomas about his company SkyBell, a platform that allows you to answer your doorbell from your smartphone. Thomas raised almost $600,000 in an Indiegogo campaign.

“I’m passionate about creating,” says Thomas. “And whatever we create is up to us."

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Meet Colin McGuire. He is the founder of ViroCart Holdings, which builds eCommerce companies with integrity. The company provides quality products at fair prices, with transparent warranties and no-regrets return policies. Specialities include web design, mobile design, marketing, social media and SEO.

Colin is an expert in creating scalable sales and marketing systems for companies. He has a great deal of experience in eCommerce and digital marketing as well.

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YEC member Ash Kumra recently announced the launch of Youngry, a media platform with a mission to democratize entrepreneurship news on startup life and help under-served and rising groups get coverage.

Youngry is an adjective to describe those who are young in ambition, hungry in spirit.

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Each week, we like to post what’s been going on with some of our members in the world of social media. Our recap will cover member news and highlights, external publications and hiring needs.

Members featured: Carrie Rich, The Global Good Fund; Eric Siu, SingleGrain; Neil Patel; Robert J. Moore, RJ Metrics; Anthony Saladino, Kitchen Cabinet Kings; DJ Saul, iStrategyLabs; Erik Huberman, Hawke Media; Srinivas Rao, The Unmistakable Creative; Tiffany Pham, Mogul; Alejandro Velez, Back to the Roots.

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YEC member Luke Schueler, co-founder and owner of Flying Squirrel Sports, recently announced the opening of Flying Squirrel Guatemala City, one of the first entertainment parks to open in Central America.

Says Schueler, “My brother and I opened one of the first trampoline parks in the U.S. in 2010, and for the past six years have opened more all over the country. We wanted to open our business in Central America to offer the community the chance to experience such a fun facility and concept we have created.”

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YEC member company Cables and Sensors, founded by YEC member Diego Orjuela, was ranked No. 337 on Inc.’s list of 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America. The article highlights Diego’s decision to start Cables and Sensors without any funding, and instead hitting the ground running.

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YEC member company POSHGLAM, led by YEC member Kimberly E. Stone, is launching a new app at the end of 2016. The app will allow fashionistas to communicate and quickly make connections around the globe.

“The fashion industry is very competitive,” says Kimberly. “It’s difficult to make connections that last, and our app will allow fashion industry insiders to browse with other members of the fashion community and make quick connections to advance and enhance their careers.”
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