The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #8 – The Power of New Perspective

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 27, 2018

The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #8 – The Power of New Perspective Nina Venturella, Founder of Majestic Wellness Academy, was bit by the bug. Actually two of them. Literally. You see, Nina was a born entrepreneur. Bitten by that bug at an early age, she became a success in several business ventures. Several […]

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The Neglected 97%: Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Interview #7 – A Conundrum

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 20, 2018

The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp: Interview #7 – A Conundrum What do you do when the value proposition of your breakthrough idea is not readily apparent to the average investor? That was the conundrum Adib Nasle, founder, and CEO of Xendee faced. The company had developed a data analytics system and methodology that could […]

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The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #4 – The Matrix

By Robert Steven Kramarz / February 13, 2018

The Value of Prepping for Due Diligence: Interview #4 – The Matrix Tony Drexel Smith is “The Man With the Plan.” Literally. Tony, founder, and CEO of Blue Moon Advisors, Inc., has written upwards of 1,000 business plans in his career. You’ve read about some of the entrepreneurs like Krista Whitely and John Humphrey that […]

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The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #6

By Robert Steven Kramarz / January 16, 2018

The Neglected 97% Entrepreneurs Boot Camp – Interview #6 The familiar saying is that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Fortunately, that adage doesn’t apply to people. At least some people. Take the case of experienced, successful entrepreneur Bill Haynor. After a successful career in banking and finance, Bill formed, grew and ultimately […]

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Innovations: The Neglected 97% – Entrepreneur Interview #2

By Robert Steven Kramarz / December 4, 2017

Innovations: The Neglected 97% – Entrepreneur Interview #2 I never tire of talking with innovators; intrepid vision masters who buck the odds, find their way through the maze of advice and challenges and build companies that make a lasting difference in the world. The ones that stop at nothing to come out the other side […]

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How To Pitch Investors and Win #5 – Right Story – Right Time

By Robert Steven Kramarz / November 7, 2017

How To Pitch Investors and Win #5 – Right Story – Right Time When I was CEO of 1776 Software, we were a week from introducing our major new product (server mirroring software). It was breathtaking in its internal complexity and yet simple graphic user interface, way ahead of its time.  Problem was, the product […]

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How to Pitch (Investors) and Win – #1

By Robert Steven Kramarz / October 11, 2017

How to Pitch (Investors) and Win – #1 One of the biggest misconceptions in business, politics, sports, and entertainment is that in order to succeed one must have some special and rare gift that clearly sets one apart from the crowd, or one is so naturally charismatic that everyone flocks to their side, or so […]

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How to Make Investors Sit Up and Notice #2 – Be in the 1%

By Robert Steven Kramarz / July 27, 2017

How to Make Investors Sit Up and Notice #2 – Be in the 1% The world is crowded with capable entrepreneurs. In fact, I’ll go so far as to say that virtually everyone reading this blog is a capable entrepreneur. If you weren’t capable and driven and creative and brilliant and a host of other […]

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Do Investors Fund Ideas or People?

By Robert Steven Kramarz / July 18, 2017

Do Investors Fund Ideas or People? I want to talk to you today about something that’s near and dear to our hearts at Intelliversity. The human factors of funding. As investors who work with people that are trying to get an idea or concept funded, we are well aware of the importance of a business […]

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