Jason Lucash

Jason Lucash

Co-founder of OrigAudio

Jason Lucash launched his first business as a third-grader in the San Francisco suburb of Danville, California and has had the same entrepreneurial spirit since then. Most recently Jason launched OrigAudio which makes unique portable audio products in 2009 and has received numerous accolades and awards such as Entrepreneur Magazine's "Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year", Time Magazine's "50 Best Inventions of the Year", and Season 2 winner of ABC's hit show "Shark Tank".

8 Ways You Can Do Business Travel More Comfortably -- and Cheaply
Radicals & Visionaries

8 Ways You Can Do Business Travel More Comfortably -- and Cheaply

For those globetrotting entrepreneurs living on an airplane and in a hotel doesn't have to be miserable.
Taking Our Products Off of Retail Shelves in Favor of Profits
Marketing Bootcamp

Taking Our Products Off of Retail Shelves in Favor of Profits

Shipping your products off to retailers is sexy and easy, but it could have a substantial financial impact on your business.
5 Traveling Tips for Startups on a Budget
The Grind

5 Traveling Tips for Startups on a Budget

Travel is a significant investment that deserves your attention as an entrepreneur. Here are a few pointers on how to travel without blowing your small startup budget.
3 Ways to Keep Company Morale Up During High Turnover
The Grind

3 Ways to Keep Company Morale Up During High Turnover

Here are a few budget-friendly ways to keep your employees happy and engaged even when the tides are tough.
5 Tips to Keep Your Staff Busy During the Slow Season
The Grind

5 Tips to Keep Your Staff Busy During the Slow Season

The last thing you want to do is just twiddle your thumbs and hope it gets better.
Make Sure Your Intern Possesses These 5 Traits
The Grind

Make Sure Your Intern Possesses These 5 Traits

If you bring on the right person, having an intern can be extremely beneficial to your company.
How to Prepare for a Trade Show Without Breaking the Bank
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How to Prepare for a Trade Show Without Breaking the Bank

While trade shows are essential to grow your business, they can also be costly. Here is how to attend one on a budget.
How to Get Past the First-Quarter Blues
The Grind

How to Get Past the First-Quarter Blues

With a new year, comes a new product cycle.
How to Prepare for the Fourth Quarter Slaughter
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How to Prepare for the Fourth Quarter Slaughter

With sales projected to be up 4.1 percent to $616.9 billion compared to last year, it is vital for companies to prepare for the upcoming season and take necessary steps to ensure a profitable fourth quarter.
The Grind

6 Secrets to Surviving on Little or No Sleep

Entrepreneurs' work schedules tend to go far beyond the standard 40-hour workweek, causing many to forgo catching some z's for more hours working on their startup. Here is how to survive this crazy lifestyle.
Finding a Top-Notch Manufacturer for Your Startup
Radicals & Visionaries

Finding a Top-Notch Manufacturer for Your Startup

Finding manufactures is a daunting task, particularly when dealing with factories overseas. Here are a few tips on making it easier.
How I Found Success by Age 30
Radicals & Visionaries

How I Found Success by Age 30

For our series The Grind, young entrepreneur Jason Lucash opens up about hitting the 30-year-old milestone and what advice he has for aspiring entrepreneurs.
5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Partner
The Grind

5 Tips for Picking the Perfect Partner

Choosing business partners is not easy. If they are going to be with you in the long haul, you need to make sure they are a great fit. Here are a few things you should be considering.
Why Landing at a Big Retailer Wasn't Our Golden Goose
Growth Strategies

Why Landing at a Big Retailer Wasn't Our Golden Goose

For product-focused startups having your item on the shelves of big-box stores isn't always what it is cracked up to be. Here are three hidden challenges you may face.
How This Startup Turned an Inventory Nightmare into a Customer Gold Mine
Customer Experience

How This Startup Turned an Inventory Nightmare into a Customer Gold Mine

The founder of OrigAudio opens up into how he turned a hard-knock situation into 8,000 new customers.