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Jason Sherman

Jason Sherman is a serial entrepreneur who writes about tech startups for Technical.ly Philly and the Examiner, where he has contributed since March 2012. The cofounder of B2B video platform See2B, he's a drone pilot and official videographer for various tech meetups, as well as frequent tech community mentor. Sherman majored in computer science at Delaware Valley University during the dot-com boom. He loves all things tech, art, music, film, food and his Shih Tzu, Wolfgang.

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How ISEBOX is making content distribution simple dev

Jun. 26, 2014 1:21 pm

How ISEBOX is making content distribution simple

Sending text, photos, audio and video — all at once — to journalists can be difficult. A new tool for PR pros aims to change that. Meet ISEBOX.
IntroNet: platform to make and track introductions from Mike Krupit business

May 21, 2014 12:30 pm

IntroNet: platform to make and track introductions from Mike Krupit

IntroNet is a new service to connect and track introductions from serial entrepreneur Mike Krupit and upstate New York founder Martin Babinec.
Entrepreneur Expo: Mayor Nutter tours 6th annual Startup Leaders event business

Apr. 14, 2014 11:30 am

Entrepreneur Expo: Mayor Nutter tours 6th annual Startup Leaders event

The point of the Entrepreneur Expo from Philly Startup Leaders is for entrepreneurs, largely with tech and Internet businesses, to get feedback on their early stage ventures from other founders
‘N3rd Street’ official unveiling ceremony [photos] civic

Apr. 14, 2014 8:30 am

‘N3rd Street’ official unveiling ceremony [photos]

Those supporting the effort by the city to endorse what has been bubbling up in Old City and Northern Liberties for several years now congregated in Northern Liberties at Liberty Lands Park for a BBQ with an unveiling ceremony after party.
#Failfest: what these entrepreneurs learned from business failures business

Apr. 10, 2014 1:00 pm

#Failfest: what these entrepreneurs learned from business failures

To increase the risk profile of a region known better for slow growth than economic dynamism, the business community needs to get more comfortable with failure. Here are the lessons (and illustrations) from an event about just that.

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