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Entrepreneur Before 25

On EB25, Chelann Gienger interviews inspiring entrepreneurs who started their journey at the age of 25 and under. The topics discussed dig deep into their entrepreneurial journey- the good, the bad and the learned. Through the stories told you will learn the art of being YOUNG and SUCCESSFUL. And not just entrepreneurial success, but LIFE success. So, this podcast is for YOU, the young entrepreneur who wants to be inspired and empowered to live in freedom and life balance while still chasing your entrepreneurial dreams and goals.
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Oct 25, 2017

Kyle Hayungs is a serial entrepreneur currently running 5 businesses. Though from a loving family, Kyle had a troubled youth which ultimately resulted in 17 arrests in high school. By the time he was in college, Kyle had already spent two years in federal prison.

After his release, Kyle turned his life around. Not able to find a job, he started Onsite ATM Solutions which now generates $50,000 per month in passive income. When starting out, Kyle couldn't afford business cards and thus started his own printing company MRG Print, still in operation to this day.

For Kyle, it’s important that everything he ties himself to is deeply in line with his purpose. Due to his prison stint, it made him value so much more the ability to take actions that count. Kyle also runs a non-profit in addition to being a co-found in the Athletic Gaines gym franchise. Kyle’s story shows even in the face of adversity, anything is possible.

Oct 18, 2017

Rachel is an Instagram influencer and co-founder of Trill Media, an Instagram marketing agency focused on helping brands grow a large, 100% organic following so that they can boost influence and go viral. Rachel has used these tactics to form partnerships with other influencers, create a network of over 200 million users, and amassed a total following of over 600,000 across different accounts. Based in San Diego, she now consults with brands to grow their audience on Instagram.

Oct 11, 2017

Robert Harary began his career at 16 years old as Director of Social Media Marketing for Research Frontiers. At 17 he was promoted by the Board of Directors to serve as Director of Market Development - the youngest person in the company's history to hold such position. Here, he was directly responsible for developing two advertisements featured in Times Square and played an integral role in bringing the company's technology out to the USA Pavilion at the Milan World's Fair. At 18, Robert left Research Frontiers to become one of the youngest angel group managers in the country through his angel group, GlassHorse Ventures. Robert sits on the advisory board for Silicon Valley companies alongside Guy Kawasaki and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Today, Robert is building OneH - OneH connects startups with investors from around the world based on what they have in common. They've built out a collection of different matching and machine learning algorithms that learn investor interest, analyze deals and share them with relevant investors.

Oct 4, 2017
It started at 12 years old, selling candy and soda out of his backpack in junior high school. Fast-forward 12 years and he woke up only to see his face on the front page of NBCNews.com for the innovative platform he invented called RentHoop which many people describe as "Tinder for Finding Roommates." RentHoop has thousands of users and has connected many happy roommates.
Even with growing this app without any marketing budget, Paul Burke has managed to solve what he would call one of the biggest problems facing his generation.
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