Jacques Bastien (Boogie/PrettySimpl)

Overit Media - 435 New Scotland Avenue Albany, 12208 Capital Region NY
Tue, Aug 11, 2015, 6:00 PM (EDT)

About this event

2015 Albany Business Review 40 under 40 recipient, Jacques is a 25-year-old entrepreneur, designer, writer, speaker, college professor, and millennial marketer. He’s the CEO of boogie, a disruptive millennial-run social media agency that he founded in his college dorm room and the founder of Breadcrumbs, a web design startup on a mission to build beautiful, mobile-friendly websites for small businesses; for one low monthly price.

 Jacques is also a co-founder, partner, and investor at a few other startups including Authenpic, and WhatTheFee (to name a few).  In his spare time, he runs hustlepreneur.co, a blog dedicated to helping future entrepreneurs learn from his past mistakes and experiences.

 Jacques has a passion for startups, entrepreneurship, social media, and millennials. Many online publications have featured Jacques for his experience with business, human resources, design experiences, social media, and marketing. Some of these publications include, but are not limited to: Forbes, Inc Magazine, Huffington Post, Social Media Today, Monster, and Recruiter.

 Jacques has launched a few e-books but he’s in the process of writing his new book, Fake It Make It.

Speaker

  • Jacques Bastien

    Jacques Bastien

    Boogie/PrettySimpl

    Jacques is a 25-year-old entrepreneur, designer, writer, speaker, college professor, and millennial marketer. He’s the CEO of boogie, a disruptive millennial-run social media agency that he founded in his college dorm room and the founder of Breadcrumbs, a web design startup on a mission to build beautiful, mobile-friendly websites for small businesses; for one low monthly price.

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  • When

    Tuesday, Aug 11
    6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)

    Where

    Overit Media
    435 New Scotland Avenue
    12208 Albany

    Overit Media
    435 New Scotland Avenue Albany12208

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