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Come to the DC Entrepreneurship Dinner

I'll be speaking at McIntire's DC Entrepreneurship Dinner next Thursday, if anyone would like to attend.  Here's the information from McIntire.  Hope anyone interested in DC Entrepreneurship can attend!

The McIntire School of Commerce invites you to join fellow young alumni  and McIntire alumnus Daniel Odio-Paez for dinner and discussion with notable DC-area entrepreneurs.

Thursday, October 30, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Old Ebbitt Grill | 675 15th Street, NW | Washington, DC 20005 | (202) 347-4800

Daniel Odio-Paez (McIntire '98) is a Co-Founder and COO of PointAbout, a company that makes the Internet "location-aware" and relevant to mobile phone users worldwide. Previously, he was the Founder of Cardéa Commercial Real Estate Advisors, a commercial real estate brokerage specializing in replacement property for investors, and DROdio Real Estate Inc., a residential real estate brokerage. Daniel has been featured on CNN, CNBC, and TLC and in many publications, including The Wall Street Journal, for his innovative use of technology in the real estate market.

I'll be speaking at McIntire's DC Entrepreneurship Dinner next Thursday, if anyone would like to attend.  Here's the information from McIntire.  Hope anyone interested in DC Entrepreneurship can attend! The McIntire School of Commerce invites you to join fellow young alumni  and McIntire alumnus Daniel Odio-Paez for dinner and discussion with notable DC-area entrepreneurs. Thursday, October 30, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Old Ebbitt Grill | 675 15th Street, NW | Washington, DC 20005 | (202) 347-4800 Daniel Odio-Paez (McIntire '98) is a Co-Founder and COO of PointAbout, a company that makes the Internet "location-aware" and relevant to mobile phone users worldwide. Previously, he was the Founder of Cardéa Commercial Real Estate Advisors, a commercial real estate brokerage specializing in replacement property for investors, and DROdio Real Estate Inc., a residential real estate brokerage. Daniel has been featured on CNN, CNBC, and TLC and in many publications, including The Wall Street Journal, for his innovative use of technology in the real estate market. This dinner will be an excellent opportunity for young alumni in the DC area to discuss entrepreneurship while learning from accomplished professionals of diverse backgrounds and interests. Fellow entrepreneurs Andrew Freitas (Operating Partner with the largest Papa John's franchisee in the Washington, DC, market) and Leo Tucker (Managing Director at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network) will join Daniel in leading discussion throughout the evening. We are excited to collaborate with Hampden-Sydney College for this event. Young alumni of Hampden-Sydney College will be joining us. Dinner includes three courses, two drink tickets, all taxes, and gratuities. To attend, please register and submit a tax-deductible donation to the McIntire Annual Fund in the suggested amount of $65. The McIntire Annual Fund is the most important source of funds for the day-to-day operation of the School, supporting all facets of student life and alumni services. Your support makes a huge difference, and your gift is greatly appreciated! Attendance is limited. Register today to reserve your spot.

Top 10 SETT Bloggers of 2013

On Cameron Chardukian

SETT is an up and coming blogging platform developed by Tynan over the last few years. In addition to being designed to optimize performance and community interaction, it’s also home to some of the best bloggers on the web. Like me. ;)

I’ve developed some great relationships through SETT and want to use this post to share what some of the other bloggers on SETT are writing about. So without further ado, my top ten favorite SETT bloggers.

Sebastian Marshall is one of my favorite bloggers on any blogging platform. His purpose as a blogger is to, “Help you increase your resourcefulness, resources, and have more impact with the resources you've got.” I’ve been reading his blog for several months and his daily posts on strategy and history never fail to insprire me. Although I’m far from being passionate about history myself, Sebastian has a way of relating the past to the present in which I can’t help but share his excitement.

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