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Five reasons why coworking spaces should be accessible and inclusive spaces

November 24, 2019

They are now as ubiquitous as the corner Starbucks and if you’re like me, you are a tenant of one — the collaborative/co-working space. Referred to as hubs, hotbeds, incubators,…

Reaching the summit: How this blind endurance sports athlete applies three lessons to building success.

May 16, 2020

Dan Berlin was diagnosed at an early age with Stardgarts, a genetic eye condition that causes progressive vision loss. Dan grappled with the reality of loosing of his sight throughout…

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Six essentials to help your startup successfully raise equity crowdfunding

May 2, 2020

From the trenches: My latest equity crowdfunding campaign raised 500% above its goal, was featured on the major equity crowdfunding podcasts, was endorsed by a leading think-tank and won to…

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Podcast series aims to help the visually impaired cope, navigate and find hope during COVID-19

April 25, 2020

There is no doubt, we’re living in an unprecedented time. Our shared reality is sending shockwaves through each of our hearts, families, and communities.  There is so much happening so…

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Working from home: 3 lessons I learned from 5 years of working remotely.

April 4, 2020

There’s no doubt about it, the way we’re working and doing business has changed because rapidly evolving developments of the coronavirus pandemic. Although a lot of companies remote work processes…

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What I learned about pitching my startup on TV and winning

March 14, 2020

One thing about being an entrepreneur…you’re always looking out for that next opportunity to pitch your company. Some startup founders enjoy pitching, while others shy away from it. When I…

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How a simple design change is making Boston’s most iconic neighborhood accessible.

February 23, 2020

Ranked among the most popular tourist destinations in the US — Beacon Hill is the oldest and most iconic neighborhood in the city of Boston. This residential community is known…

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Dangerous Vision Presents: Fernando’s Hideaway

February 6, 2020

Randy Cohen and Fernando Albertorio have a lot in common. Both are connected to Harvard and MIT, both have an entrepreneurial spirit, and both are living with vision loss. Randy…

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Five reasons why coworking spaces should be accessible and inclusive spaces

November 24, 2019

They are now as ubiquitous as the corner Starbucks and if you’re like me, you are a tenant of one — the collaborative/co-working space. Referred to as hubs, hotbeds, incubators,…

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Winning the AARP Innovation Labs Grand Challenge

October 24, 2019

‘Dress for success’ – you’ve probably heard this old adage a couple of times regardless of where you are in your career. Does being an entrepreneur mean that we can throw out the dress code?

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Three reasons why you should address your disability in a job interview

May 26, 2019

Today, one in five people live with a disability. Some being more noticeable than others. How do those of us with a disability address our uniqueness during a job interview?

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