Norm Brodsky writes Inc. Magazine's "Street Smarts" column and is a senior contributing editor. He is a veteran entrepreneur who has founded and grown six businesses. In 2008 he sold CitiStorage, a document-archive business based in Brooklyn, New York, for $110 million. Along with Bo Burlingham, Norm has chronicled his entrepreneurial journey in his column in Inc. and in the book The Knack: How Street-Smart Entrepreneurs Learn to Handle Whatever Comes Up.
Rod Kurtz is executive editor of AOL Small Business. In his role, he oversees all editorial content, including news, features, Board of Directors, and video. He is also the host of Ask Rod. Rod joined AOL in 2010, after nearly seven years as a staff writer and senior editor at Inc. and Inc.com, where he created and oversaw some of the site's most popular franchises, including "30 Under 30: America's Coolest Young Entrepreneurs," which received a Folio Eddie Award for Best Online News Coverage. Prior to that, he served as small business editor for BusinessWeek.com. A frequent commentator on TV and radio, including NBC, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, Fox News Channel, and Fox Business Network, Rod is also a guest lecturer in entrepreneurship at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
This intimate event will include:
» A networking session with fellow business owner attendees
» A moderated panel discussion on best practices for sharing your company's story with the media.