New York, NY
Eric Schurenberg is the president and editor-in-chief of Inc., the 35-year-old brand that is the most trusted source of information and inspiration for entrepreneurs. Eric joined Inc. in late 2011 and was named president in late 2013. Since then, the brand has won a national magazine award for general excellence, an AdWeek Readers Choice Award and has been named to the Ad Age A-List. Before joining Inc., Eric was the founding editor of CBS MoneyWatch.com and the editor in chief of BNET.com; the sites together won more than a dozen awards for design and journalism during his tenure. Prior to that, Eric was the managing editor of Money Magazine. Other roles inside and out of journalism include deputy editor at Business 2.0, assistant managing editor at Fortune, and vice-president at Goldman Sachs. As a writer, he is a winner of a Loeb Award and a National Magazine Award. He is an occasional talking head on MSNBC's Your Business, CNBC, Fox Business, CNN, The Today Show, The Early Show, Marketplace Radio and Good Morning America. Outside of work, Eric not so long ago came within match point of sending his amateur tennis team to the USTA national championships, a near-miss that still haunts him, but not so much that he leaves it out of his bio.
New York, NY | Los Angeles | Silicon Valley
Stacey is the CEO of Admoar, a leading marketplace for media companies to sell traditional advertising space (radio, TV, billboard, etc.) and management solution for media buyers who are planning national advertising campaigns. She is also the co-author of 2 Billion Under 20: How Millennials are Breaking Down Age Barriers and Changing the World that is set to be published by St. Martin's Press in July 2015. Previously, Stacey was the co-founder of MySocialCloud, an online password storage and management solution, that was acquired by Reputation.com in 2013.
Ferreira has been featured on and contributed to several news outlets, including the cover of Seventeen Magazine, The Huffington Post, Women 2.0, Business Insider, TechCrunch, and Forbes. She has been noted by MSN as “19 Ridiculously Successful College Dropouts Who Prove You Don’t Need a College Degree” next to Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Evan Williams (Twitter) & Zack Sims (CodeAcademy). She was named as one of the “50 Startup Founders You Need To Follow on Twitter” on Forbes, and was named by Business Insider of one of few “Successful College Dropouts” next to Aaron Levie (Box), David Karp (Tumblr) and Daniel Ek (Spotify).
Pheonix AZ | Cambridge MA
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Dan Tyre joined HubSpot as a member of the original team in May of 2007, and has led the recruiting, training, and growth of HubSpots sales team with vigor. An authority on inbound marketing and sales, Dan is a regular speaker, writer, and coach to those who yearn for inbound success. His favorite topic is the importance of attitude, and hes been known to bring the house down when speaking on this topic to groups.
At HubSpot, Dan has pioneered the concept of alignment between sales and marketing known as "Smarketing," a core tenet of inbound marketing now followed by thousands of companies around the world. Hes been instrumental in the creation and growth of several sales teams that are now thriving hives of activity at HubSpot, including the International, VAR, Emerging Business, and Spider Monkey teams (youll have to ask him what that last one is all about sometime).
Dan continues to inspire and teach HubSpotters as a sales trainer, as creator of the HubSpot Leadership program, as a blogger on the HubSpot blog, and as the dispenser of high fives and fist bumps whenever the opportunity arises.
The opportunity for high fives and fist bumps arises often, with Dan Tyre. This you should know.
Before HubSpot, Dan worked at four other startups of note: Businessland, as Area Director; ALI Technologies, as Founder & CEO; CelebraTech, as Co-Founder and VP of Sales; and Groove Networks, as Regional Manager. He was also President of Helm Software in Phoenix, Arizona, for two years, which, while not technically a startup, was still a very nice company indeed.