PROFILE: Teens in Tech, Daniel Brusilovsky

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Teens in Tech Labs is a company based in Mountain View, CA, with hubs in both New York and Boston.  It provides tools and resources to young entrepreneurs world-wide to help encourage entrepreneurship at a young age. The company was founded on the premise that entrepreneurship doesn’t happen at a certain age, or a certain location — it happens everywhere! Through their various ventures and partnerships, they work to help  young entrepreneurs create innovative and disruptive businesses.  Ventures include a blog, a startup incubator, and a one day teeens-in-tech conference.

 

Daniel Brusilovsky

The company was founded and is headed by 18 year old entrepreneur Daniel Brusilovsky.  Daniel started Teens in Tech when he was 15.  He’s now a freshman in college.  Daniel also has a pretty interesting blog on his website, and uses twitter and other social media tools quite a bit. In addition to going to school,  Daniel also works at JESS3 , a creative agency that specializes in data visualization.

Over the past four years, Daniel has worked at startups including Qik (acquired by Skype), TechCrunch (acquired by AOL), atebits (acquired by Twitter), Apture, and Wonder Warp Software. Daniel also advises Tatango and Taptivate on strategy and business development.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 Adam Gertsacov is the co-founder and co-organizer of Digital Family Summit.  He wears many hats, including those of a professional clown, an author and publisher, an artist/educator, a non-profit administrator, a P.T. Barnum impersonator, a flea circus impresario, and the esteemed hat of the Clown Laureate of Greenbelt, Maryland.  

In his copious freetime, he blogs at http://www.clownlink.com and http://www.dadapalooza.com, as well as a few other places.
You can find out more about his clown work at http://www.acmeclown.com

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