Startup Mentor, Entrepreneur, CEO of AlleyNYC
Jason Saltzman is a seasoned entrepreneur with a background in sales and marketing. Through his roll as CEO of AlleyNYC and as a TechStars mentor, he advises hundreds of startups, offering real life practical application and creative marketing advice. He is also considered a “must know” in the NYC entrepreneurial scene.
Entrepreneurship is very, very hard work. My path to success involved dented cars, the FBI and going broke.
Biz Stone changed the world when he founded Twitter. Now, he's just trying to have more fun.
I'm successful, and I have a lot of thoughts on the value of education. In the end, there are good things and bad.
The legendary poker pro Erik Seidel has found success. His path should resonate with many startup founders.
Product Hunt is blowing up right now. We talked to founder Ryan Hoover to find out why.
Ramona Singer is known as one of the "Real Housewives of New York" on Bravo. She is also a hell of an inspirational entrepreneur.
A philosophical debate over Lean Startup and vision means we all have to take sides. I'm with Eric Ries.
Eric Ries started a revolution with his book, The Lean Startup. It still resonates for everyone today.
If you find yourself alone in a market wondering where all the competition is, you very may be standing alone with no customers.
Learn to create better content for your business with a conference designed to promote humor.
There are a lot of really bad hotspots in the world. It's important to understand the good there, too.
Being an entrepreneur might seem glamorous, but it isn't. Far from it. Still, the rewards are great... and not what you might expect.
We at AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur Media have put together an awesome way to help colleges and incubators shepherd innovation.
Why I proudly agreed to be part of the U.S. State Department's Speaker and Specialist Program to export entrepreneurism.
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