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Blog | Feb 26, 2021
In today’s episode, we’ll discuss pay equality, social inequality, and the lack of women in C-suite positions. As we head into Women’s History Month, our host John Rebecchi, Ph.D. (M.B.A. ’83) welcomes Terri Alessi-Miceli, President and CEO of Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island (HIA-LI). We’ll learn through Terri’s experience the importance of practicing the profession of business, the concept of work-life blending, and the key to creating equality and opportunity.
Blog | Jan 12, 2021
As we reach the end of 2020, we can see that the pandemic has disturbed our economy. For many, it requires for business owners and entrepreneurs to pivot. In this episode, we’ll hear from two guest who have to change their business model from in person approach to online services.
Blog | Dec 02, 2020
Imagine launching your new product coinciding with the week of the pandemic lockdown. In this episode, we chat with Bruce Wilpon and Tomas Larsson, cofounders of EBBS Brewing and Fountain Co., a CBD infused premium craft sparkling water to discuss how they handled launching their product during a pandemic.
Blog | Nov 16, 2020
In this week's episode of In Reality: Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs, Derrick Bernard Webster, Executive Director of New York Tech’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, discusses how sacrifice and resilience are essential to becoming an entrepreneur.
Blog | Nov 02, 2020
Arjun Rai, (B.S. '15) the founder and CEO of HelloWoofy, is interviewed in our third episode of season two! In the episode, Arjun describes the importance of networking, having momentum, and persevering through difficulty. Those key factors helped him on his entrepreneurial journey and got him to where he is today.
Blog | Oct 19, 2020
John Resechi chats with Dan Rodenbush, President and CEO of Oliver, Inc. In the episode, Rodenbush emphasizes the significance of transparency powered by strong core values to ensure business success. With Rodenbush's multifaceted background, he lead Oliver Inc to become an industry powerhouse inn packaging and printing solutions.,
Blog | Nov 01, 2019
In episode three of In Reality: Lessons from Leaders and Entrepreneurs, Michele Gay and Madison Mallardi, founders of LimeLife, discuss the importance of being honest business leaders and redefining success.