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Speaking at Longmont Startup Week – That Which Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger

Last week I had a great time moderating the “That Which Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Stronger” panel for Longmont Startup Week 2017. Event Description Being an entrepreneur is challenging in many regards and one of challenges is managing the ups and downs that come from starting and running a business. While the  media loves …

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Jeffrey Donenfeld moderating boulder startup week photography panel

Moderating Boulder Startup Week 2017’s Future Tech Photography 2.0 Panel

Today I was honored to work with a great group of industry experts in moderating the Boulder Startup Week 2017 “Future Tech Photography 2.0” Panel at Riverside in Boulder, Colorado. We discussed a number of topics related to future media and photography. Thanks to photo experts Marc Morris, Ian Glass, Matt Treece and Kevin Owocki …

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Moderating New York Travel Festival’s Technology in Travel Startups Panel

This year at the 2017 New York Travel Festival, I moderated the Technology in Travel Startups Panel. The panelists I spoke with were: Genna Gold, Manager of Local Business Outreach, Yelp Inc. Susan Black, CEO, CIE Tours John Matson, Digital Director, Voyager HQ   Topics covered in our 40 minute discussion included: Building community with …

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Moderating the Longmont NewTech eCommerce Technology Panel

This evening I had the opportunity to moderate a discussion panel on emerging technologies in eCommerce, as part of the Longmont, Colorado NewTech group, in collaboration with the Longmont Economic Development Partnership. We had a great crowd of about 50 people at the Longmont Museum, and covered a wide range of topics. Moderator – Jeffrey …

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Speaking at Ignite Chanukah 2016 – “The Frozen Chosen: Jews in Antarctica”

This week, I had the opportunity to speak at the Boulder JCC’s Ignite Chanukah Event. I gave a 5-minute Ignite talk entitled “The Frozen Chosen : Jews in Antarctica”. The talk, and rest of the event went great, with about 100 people attending, and food/drinks aplenty. Thanks to Michael and the Boulder JCC staff for …

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