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Get To Know The LTB 2013 Emcee: Charlie Harary, Esq.

As the official Emcee of LTB 2013, we’re proud to introduce to you Mr. Charlie Harary, Esq.

Charlie is a prolific speaker who has traveled the globe for speaking engagements, where he covers a variety of topics to an audience of vast affiliations. He is an attorney, professor, business founder and owner, investment adviser, renowned lecturer, and community leader.

After graduating from Columbia Law School, where he was awarded the James Kent Scholar, and the Harlan Friske Stone Scholar, Charlie joined the Paul, Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton, and Garrison firm as an associate. He was then elected vice president of residential operations and legal counsel of R & R Realty, a multi-million dollar company based in New York City.

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The LTB 2013 Title Sponsor: Fidelity Payment Services

We at LTB 2013 are honored that the legendary Fidelity Payment Services has partnered as our leading Title Sponsor.

As one of the largest electronic payment providers in North America, Fidelity Payment Services has garnered a sterling reputation for providing an array of many different services that go beyond typical credit card processing.

The motto at Fidelity is: We’ve got your back. And here’s what means.

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Get To Know Our Keynote Speaker: Gary Vaynerchuk

Get To Know Our Keynote Speaker: Gary Vaynerchuk

Meet Gary Vaynerchuk, a 36 year-old New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author and world renowned keynote speaker.

From early on, Gary was recognized as a business-minded kid. His first real shot at the business world was at his father’s brick and mortar wine store. With an entrepreneur’s spirit, Gary wanted to take his father’s business to new heights. And E-commerce was the way to go. In 2007, Gary went ahead and launched, growing the family business from $3 million to a whopping $45 million in just a few short years.

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The Launch Pad™ At LTB: What’s The Hype All About?

It’s the highlight of the event. The show you’ve been waiting for. And you don’t want to miss it. LTB 2013 is proud to present The Launch Pad™.

The Launch Pad™ will be led by five wealthy investors who are looking to invest in that next big business idea. Each investor is ready to dish out $100,000 or more in cold-cash – $100,000 for each pitch, that is. Entrepreneurs, eager for seed money, will pitch their idea in front of our panel of investors.

It’s something that local entrepreneurs are scrambling to get involved with. They have nothing to lose and $100k to gain. They’ve got less than two weeks to get their act together. Twelve days to fine tune their sales pitch. And just one shot to obtain serious funding from this group of wealthy investors.

You’ll have front row seats to watch budding entrepreneurs – ordinary people like you – come forward and pitch their ideas and dreams. The lights are dimmed. The stage is set. Five investors. Each ready to put down at least $100,000 on the table per pitch. Ready to be invested. Can the entrepreneurs convince the investors to finance their dreams?

It’s a live reality show… and it’s something you don’t want to miss. We’re hyped! How about you? Click here to register as an attendee at LTB 2013 today. Want to come aboard as a potential entrepreneur and land a $100,000+ investment? Click here to submit your application now!

In Case You Were Wondering

The fact is, LTB 2013 is generating serious buzz amongst Jewish businesspeople across the USA. Here’s why.

At LTB 2013, a premier lineup of corporate speakers, skilled business consultants and entrepreneurial success stories will be gathering together with just one goal: to enlighten you with a powerful array of business concepts, ideas, takeaways and strategies that will help you grow in business.

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Working in Your Business VS. Working on Your Business – Which Works Best?

There’s a small story I would like to share that illustrates a great lesson for all of us working in the world of business.

A little girl was watching her mother prepare a fish for dinner. Her mother cut the head and tail off the fish and then placed it into a baking pan. The little girl asked her mother why she cut the head and tail off the fish. Her mother thought for a while and then said, “I’ve always done it that way – that’s how grandma always did it.”

Not satisfied with the answer, the little girl went to visit her grandma to find out why she cut the head and tail off the fish before baking it. Grandma thought for a while and replied, “I don’t know. My mother always did it that way.” Read more