(VIDEO) Startup Revealed™: KissStarter Campaign (Ep. 4)
Thursday, September 19, 2013 • 3:15pm
Every startup needs an audience and more money. Today, there are no shortage of technology shows, business plan competitions, accelerators, and Meetups available to build awareness, media attention and possibly catch the eye of an investor.
Lori Cheek, Founder of Cheek’d, an innovative and fun twist on dating technology, took her show on the road this summer, visiting Chicago, Montreal and other places. One of her stops was the New York Tech Show, where she ran a KissStarter campaign to generate excitement for her startup… and we were there to watch.
With a brilliant idea and creative marketing, it’s only a matter of time before she wins over millions of singles and investors.
If you want to know what it is really like to work at a startup, CareerFuel’s new series, "Startup Revealed," starring Lori Cheek, Founder and CEO of Cheek'd, will thrill you! Lori has a brilliant idea for today’s dating world, and she is the recipient of to-die-for press and multiple award winner, including last week’s announcement by American Express of the of the top 10 CEOs to watch in 2013.
AnnMarie Quintaglie McIlwain is a former marketing executive with Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson and consultant to several Fortune 100 companies. Now, as Founder and CEO of CareerFuel.net, she is a social entrepreneur who connects people with the information and inspiration they need in order to get jobs and start businesses. CareerFuel is the only site that gives people what they need to know to find jobs or start businesses plus blogs and short films about real people who made it happen.
A recipient of numerous civic and leadership awards, AnnMarie is a Board member of CFIRA.org, was a participant in the first White House Entrepreneurial Session, the recent WeOwnIt Summit, and the first Alley to the Valley Event. She is also a member of 85Broads and Startup America.
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