Patrick Skelley (@Skelley84) is a strategy consultant, entrepreneur, blogger and most recently recently skater. A jack of all trades, he falls into the ‘hustle’ category of founders with a heavy emphasis on execution and learning, rinse and repeat. He has experience working on various start-up projects in the music space. He founded CrowdRage.com a start-up that allowed fans to rate artists’ live performances, and is a bold purveyor of: success is failure repeated often enough.

Patrick worked as Chief Operating Officer for a B2B startup in Seattle and is currently on the hunt to join the next big thing in New York City. Additionally, Patrick advises small businesses and compiles training material for young companies and entrepreneurs when he can.

Patrick graduated from Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA with a degree in Finance and Economics. He currently lives in the East Village of New York, loving every minute of it!

 

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Data Startup CompStak Announces Plans to Expand to LA and DC

CompStak, a startup that sells comparison data on commercial property leases, has just announced its planned expansion into the Los Angeles market June 1st, and into the Washington D.C. market July 1st. Opportunity exists where data are hard to come by. CompStak is positioning…

Find the Hottest Events Nearby with Now

The Now app – which founder Ben Cera calls “a living map, like the Marauder’s map in Harry Potter” – is launching its third version today. Now is positioning itself as the event discovery component of picture sharing, using the popularity of a picture…

ReportGrid Brings Simplicity to Analytics

Lackluster analytics getting you down? ReportGrid, a company that was showecased at our Tech Cocktail Boulder event on Monday night, is here to the rescue with a simple API – and intelligent, eye-catching analytics to boot, which they deliver as a service through a web…

Pikaba Lets You Buy On Your Terms

If you’re tired of sifting and searching through stores on and offline for your next prized possession, post an ad on reverse classified  site Pikaba (no, it’s not a Pokémon).  Pikaba, demoing at Tech Cocktail’s inaugural Seattle event is a marketplace where consumers create…

Hungry for More? LetsLunch Makes it Easy to Network

LetsLunch

For all you networking addicts out there who feel like their lunch hour is wasted on a sandwich, iced tea and the blank wall stare, say hello to a productive lunch with LetsLunch, which is launching mid-August in Washington, DC. Professionals and entrepreneurs have…