U.S.1 is a weekly paper with a focus on business and entertainment news, covering Princeton, N.J. and the wider Central New Jersey area.
Growing in Princeton: An Ecosystem for Entrepreneurs
[Cover Story, October 28, 2015]: With the opening of its new Entrepreneurial Hub — a co-working space for startups and related educational programs at 34 Chambers Street — Princeton University has set the path for the town of Princeton to become the next hot spot for entrepreneurship.
Why Businesses Should Choose NJ
[January 27, 2016]: Michele Brown, CEO and President of Choose New Jersey, explains the state’s business-friendly initiatives and what’s in store for 2016.
How Do We Get Girls Into STEM, and Why?
[January 13, 2016]: I talk to Patty Fagin, head of the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart in Princeton, NJ, about the importance of encouraging girls to pursue STEM education.
NJ Chamber Organizes First Business Summit
[September 16, 2015]: Thomas Bracken, the President and CEO of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, talks to me about how he would like to tackle the state’s economic problems.
Trenton Thunder’s Major League Marketing
[September 23, 2015]: Lydia Rios, the director of marketing and sponsorships at the Trenton Thunder baseball team, tells me about the innovative marketing strategies that the team employs.
Connecting Readers with Brands At Buzzfeed [April 8, 2015]: In the run-up to a marketing conference held at Princeton University, Jacob Loewenstein, an account manager at Buzzfeed, tells me about about the ins and outs of native advertising.
Making a Difference Through Advertising [May 13, 2015]: Eleanor Kubacki, the founder and CEO of a million dollar advertising agency, talks to me about her career and her approach to marketing.
New TEDx Speaker Series in Town [April 22, 2015]: I speak with the organizer of the inaugural TEDxCarnegieLake.
Business Startups: What Works and What Doesn’t [April 29, 2015]
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