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Ily is taking Family Mobile Phones to the Next Level.

Ily is taking Family Mobile Phones to the Next Level.

Always for­get­ting to call Grand­ma on her birth­day, or just to check in real quick to see how her colonoscopy went? Com­ing soon is a brand new item cre­at­ed just for per­son­al com­mu­ni­ca­tion between fam­i­ly mem­bers. Ily is a con­nect­ed device made for your home which includes smart­phone apps and was devel­oped by New York start­up Insen­si, CEO and founder Ilan Abehas­sera came up with the idea because “When I was work­ing in Cal­i­for­nia for Jive (jobs at Jive), I was trav­el­ing a lot,… and I real­ized that it was hard to stay in touch with my kids. And then I thought about their grand­par­ents as well.”  Ily is tak­ing Fam­i­ly Mobile Phones to the Next Lev­el. This gave Ilan all the incen­tive he need­ed to design a device that every­one could use safe­ly, with lit­tle fric­tion, and to com­mu­ni­cate with your long-dis­­­tance fam­i­ly mem­bers. The Ily will run you $200 and should be placed in a kitchen or liv­ing room, make note, it isn’t a tablet so you shouldn’t be drag­ging it around with you. It’s an all in one com­mu­ni­ca­tion box that is prac­ti­cal for all fam­i­ly mem­bers, from kids to grand­par­ents. The inter­face has an 8‑inch touch­screen,…

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Create 1 Million Meals a Month at Blue Apron

Think you've got what it takes to wear a Blue Apron?

So what com­pa­ny has dou­bled its sales since ear­ly May, you guessed it Blue Apron. Why is that? Humans are lazy! Blue Apron is a com­pa­ny that puts togeth­er var­i­ous meals each week, and sends the per­fect por­tions of each ingre­di­ent to users for their own cook­ing and learn­ing plea­sure. This com­pa­ny has man­aged to raise $58 mil­lion in investor mon­ey and announced that it has sur­passed 1 mil­lion meals/month. At $10/meal, that puts Blue Apron’s year­ly rev­enue run rate at $120 mil­lion. Blue Apron launched a new e‑commerce site and just opened this super huge ware­house in New Jer­sey of all places to do their ful­fill­ment. CEO Matt Salzberg loves to cook. Yet, trips to his local super­mar­ket left him dis­ap­point­ed — where were the fresh ingre­di­ents, fresh pro­duce that just begged to be eat­en? And so, Blue Apron was born. Salzberg states “the only thing we cur­rent­ly sell on the web­site, that isn’t food, is our sea­son­al cook­book,… peo­ple love them, and what we’ve learned is that Blue Apron is inte­grat­ed into our cus­tomers dai­ly lives as a brand they engage with and trust, and they want to buy things from us.” Blue Apron is cre­at­ing an envi­ron­ment…

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INTERVIEW: Facebook of Latvia, With More Members than Population, Starts New Businesses

Facebook of Latvia, With More Members than Population, Starts New Businesses

What does a com­pa­ny do to grow when it has 100% of its mar­ket and doesn’t want lose its employ­ees?  It starts new busi­ness­es.  With over 2 mil­lion mem­bers in a coun­try of 2 mil­lion peo­ple The Draugiem Group need­ed new ideas to grow.  They chose to offer employ­ees seed mon­ey to start new busi­ness­es rather than lose them to anoth­er com­pa­ny.  It has helped Draugiem grow into a $27 mil­lion dol­lar com­pa­ny with offices world­wide. We spoke with Davis Sik­snans, the man in charge of Draugiem’s new ven­tures. You can lis­ten to Davis’s Inter­view here and read it below: Roy:     My name is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com. We pro­vide job seek­ers the strate­gic insight into their job search. Today we’re speak­ing with Davis Sik­snans from Draugiem Group in Latvia, who has a very unique busi­ness mod­el. The Draugiem Group is an umbrel­la orga­ni­za­tion that hous­es the nation­al social media plat­form of Latvia, and cur­rent­ly incu­bates 16 star­tups. So Davis, you guys have a pret­ty inter­est­ing busi­ness.  You’re the Face­book of Latvia, but you’re many more things than that.  So maybe you can give us a lit­tle bit of a sense or a his­to­ry of how this all evolved, and…

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INTERVIEW: 12 Guys and 78 Emails Lead Travefy.com to $31 Billion Group Travel Market

12 Guys and 78 Emails Lead Travefy.com to $31 Billion Group Travel Market

Esti­mates of the size of the group trav­el mar­ket range from $31 to $87 Bil­lion and between fam­i­lies, col­lege stu­dents, wed­ding and events there is no short­age of groups desir­ing to trav­el togeth­er.  David Chait saw an oppor­tu­ni­ty when he and his friends had dif­fi­cul­ty coor­di­nat­ing a trip and after a suc­cess­ful 200 per­son MVP (most viable prod­uct) test are now see­ing 2% to 3% con­ver­sions of vis­i­tors to cus­tomers using their group trav­el book­ing engine at Travefy.com.     We had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to inter­view David recent­ly about his new busi­ness and how his gov­ern­ment job expe­ri­ence beat out work at McK­in­sey towards pro­vid­ing the knowl­edge to start this busi­ness. You can lis­ten to David’s Inter­view here and read it below: Roy:   This is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com. We’re talk­ing with David Chait at Trave­fy, a new start­up that solves the coor­di­na­tion headaches of group trav­el, find your best trip, col­lab­o­rate on details, book trav­el, and soon, to man­age expens­es. David, I appre­ci­ate you tak­ing the time to talk with us today and learn more about Trave­fy. When did you start this ser­vice, and give us a sense, in your words, of what Trave­fy, where it fits into the…

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