Howard Tullman

Howard Tullman

CEO

Interests

Interests: 
Data visualization
Design
Founding startups
Interaction design
Product design
Social entrepren.
Social media/PR
Writing/Blogging
Industries: 
Education
Gaming
Mobile
Music
News/Media

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Focus:
Business Development

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Howard posted a blog: How Ridescout Got It Right
“ [ibimage==40688==Original==none==self==null]Way back when, in April of 2013, Scott Case and I participated in a rapid pitch program called Enrich Your Pitch at the INC. GROWCO conference in New Orleans. The competition featured all veteran-owned and... ”
“ [ibimage==40397==Original==none==self==null]Image: ShutterstockWoody Allen once said: “If it weren’t for problems, the work day would be over by 10am.” But, being Woody, he thought that having a day full of exciting (and sometimes frightening) p... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
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Chris Krug

Howard, really enjoy your posts. Thanks for making built in chicago a great place.

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Howard posted a blog: How Ridescout Got It Right
“ [ibimage==40688==Original==none==self==null]Way back when, in April of 2013, Scott Case and I participated in a rapid pitch program called Enrich Your Pitch at the INC. GROWCO conference in New Orleans. The competition featured all veteran-owned and... ”
“ [ibimage==40397==Original==none==self==null]Image: ShutterstockWoody Allen once said: “If it weren’t for problems, the work day would be over by 10am.” But, being Woody, he thought that having a day full of exciting (and sometimes frightening) p... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
“ I get that everyone wants to be the boss. But the truth is that very few people have the necessary set of emotional, technical and intellectual talents, skills and tools that it takes to succeed over time in building a new business. This is even more... ”
“ One of the great TV ads of all time featured a crotchety old Chicago woman (Clara Peller) whose plaintive 3-word inquiry (“Where’s the Beef?”) became a national catch phrase and a huge advertising home run in terms of brand awareness and sales for We... ”
“                                   METRICS MATTER MORE THAN MOONSHOTS Today, we have a much better and clearer view of where technology will take us over the nex... ”
Howard posted a blog: WHERE IS IT WRITTEN?
“                                               WHERE IS IT WRITTEN? Where is it written that a 26 year-old is entitled to a 6-figur... ”
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
Howard Tullman has a new connection.
“                             BE A BETTER BOARD MEMBER – BACK OFF A BIT          One of the recurring conversations I have with startup teams at 1871 is abou... ”

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Howard Tullman
I get that everyone wants to be the boss. But the truth is that very few people have the necessary set of emotional, technical and intellectual talents, skills and tools that it takes to succeed over time in building a new business. This is even more of an issue when you’re trying to finance and...
09/01/2014
VIEWS: 166
Howard Tullman
One of the great TV ads of all time featured a crotchety old Chicago woman (Clara Peller) whose plaintive 3-word inquiry (“Where’s the Beef?”) became a national catch phrase and a huge advertising home run in terms of brand awareness and sales for Wendy’s restaurant chain. Every comedian, late-...
08/26/2014
VIEWS: 411
Howard Tullman
                                  METRICS MATTER MORE THAN MOONSHOTS  
08/23/2014
VIEWS: 84

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