Allow me to share with you:
Over the last 10 years of our creative career in the workforce we can trace back our success to our insatiable need for self-improvement via books, classes and the building of relationships with mentors.
Beyond the work experience we've gained -- we consider the deep friendships we've built from working with strong teams to be the biggest accomplishment we've taken with us as our career evolved.
We’re also thankful to have had the pleasure of working on projects with Entrepreneur Organization Global Chapter, The EO Los Angeles Chapter, The EO New York Chapter, The EO Mexico Chapter and Speakers like Cal Fussman, Frank Sesno, Joe Pulizzi, Dr.Gary Sanchez, Rand Fishkin, and David Kadavy.
As a side note into the personal life of our founder -- Phillip Lanos has had the pleasure of being on international television with Telemundo and at a national level with MTV as a singer. Phillip Lanos has worked with A&R's for Warner/Chappell as a songwriter and volunteered his time as a mentor to high school children looking for advice to apply once they graduate via the Nepris Program.
Tech Nephew wants to help entrepreneurs free their time by taking over their Digital Marketing and Content Management workload — Whether documenting a social media strategy, setting up social media ad campaigns or building out Ad creative and copy. We want you to focus on your business because you can’t be replaced. Let us focus on the things that can be delegated.
What We've Achieved
We've helped our non-profit client CHYE launch the K-Factor podcast that focuses on interviewing successful Jewish entrepreneurs a project that has since reached over 58 loyal subscribers at a total of 108 hours of listening.
We helped Entrepreneurs Organization, a global org with over 167 chapters in 30 countries launch 4 podcasts to serve as learning content to bring them closer to a centralized communication called 1EO.
We've worked on-location for a high quality live recording with award winning journalist Cal Fussman for his podcast Big Questions. The interviews we recorded and edited were with CEO of Billboard and Backstage magazine John Amato & Jazz legend Dave Sanborn.