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Network, Build, Grow, Under30CEO

This is one damn passionate entrepreneur network, read my favorite blog post for an exceptionally motivating discussion about our Gen-Y “predicament.” The leaders of this community of brand builders beg “gen-y” to “stop doing sh*t you hate,” and I can sympathize with their story.

Currently as a college senior I am facing the same binding situation, graduation, what do I do!?! My parents constantly nag about job interviews; if I have a plan, sigh. Then I remember I’ve already decided to start a venture with a close friend.

For those who haven’t decided on a path or are working currently on a growing concern this network is for you. It offers everything you need from finding mentors, the “Rock Star Series” of courses, blog articles not to mention the most valuable piece the ambitious team that built the network. This community is a total package with leaders who actively make themselves available for mentorship, quick tips or networking.

The community not only has the traditional methods of connection such as twitter, Facebook, newsletter, and a blog, they also offer the ability to create a profile that connects you to other entrepreneurs of varying abilities. Connect to the “Rock Star Series” and become a member of an active forum. Like I said everything! You wont find a more friendly or helpful network. Join the network you wont regret it!

Find me on and “Live The Dream!”

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  1. Matt Wilson says:

    Brian thanks for the support! Awesome to see a Bryant student getting good use out of U30

    Let me know how I can help

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  3. Brian Cox says:

    Thanks! I love the network you set up, might as well blog about it :)

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