James helps empower entrepreneurs. Some key projects have been in webtech, brain-health, crowdfunding, and running an incubator in Haiti and Florida.

James is a graduate of Yale University with a degree in the Humanities. His work has been featured in the Yale Business Society magazine, the Yale Entrepreneur, at the Katz School of Business, and he has spoken at the Yale School of Management and the Business Society's conference on sustainable enterprise in developing nations.

Some Projects he is proud of include: EquityNet, DrPerlmutter, SlideMoor, LEVE Foundation, or visit Proton Enterprises to learn more.

 

Recent posts by this Author


6 Reasons Apple is Cooked

This article explores how, under Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple has deteriorated away from a focus on innovation to an exploitation of short-term gains. Apple has become a jeweler, has changed designs just for the sake of change, and has stopped its focus on innovating …

Steve Perlman, Telecommunication’s Next Billionaire

By now, many of you have probably heard of new tech platforms that allow you to invest in someone’s future income by giving them money today.  Upstart was a good example that has now pivoted and EquityNet allows for royalty offerings. If Steve Perlman were…

Crunchbutton Aims to be the “Uber of Food Delivery”

“Push a button. Get food delivered.”   That’s the motto for Crunchbutton, a food delivery app, seamlessly connecting a network of college kids to bring food to your door. You want quick and easy food? Crunchbutton remembers your previous order and allows for one-click …

5 Innovative Business Incubator Strategies

So you want to join a business incubator?  Here are 5 key strategies to help you compare options. 1. Stake it to make it  If the incubator doesn’t have a stake in the companies, they are just selling real estate.  That’s a fine model, and it is innovative…