Jeremy Berman is the Director of Startup Grind Charleston and Founder of GoodUnited. Over the last six years, Jeremy has helped connect the Charleston startup community by hosting over 50 fireside chats that brought together 2,000+ entrepreneurs to learn from and help one another. In addition, Jeremy is the Founder of GoodUnited, a nonprofit tech company helping nonprofits connect with their donors where they spend time.
Over the last five years, Jeremy and his co-founder, Nick Black, have raised ~$3 million and launched 2 failed products before finding product-market fit. Today GoodUnited works with the top nonprofits in the country and is rapidly growing in Charleston, SC.
Prior to GoodUnited, Jeremy was a product manager at IBM, the first business hire at a dry-cleaning startup in NYC, and a consultant. He’s a proud supporter of Virginia Tech (where he went to undergrad) and UNC (where he went to business school).
During this fireside chat we’re going to dive into the details of how the Charleston Startup Grind community impacted Jeremy’s career as an entrepreneur. From giving him the confidence to leave his corporate job, to helping Jeremy push forward through the failures - we’re going to cover it all.