05 Jan January 5, 2017 – FreeeUp Outsourcing Nathan Hirsch & Age of the Customer Shil Niyogi
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Nathan Hirsch – Chief Executive Officer at FreeeUp.com
Nathan Hirsch is Founder and CEO of FreeeUp Outsourcing. He has been an entrepreneur in the eCommerce industry since 2009 and has grown into a leading expert in the field with experience managing multi-million dollar businesses. He started out selling textbooks out of his college dorm room and hired his first employee before he was legally allowed to drink. He has extensive knowledge in creating business systems and processes, personnel management, hiring remote workers, the Amazon Marketplace, and advanced sales tactics. He started FreeeUp in 2015 after spending 7+ years interviewing, hiring, and training remote workers. He decided that there must be a better way for eCommerce companies to hire remote workers without having to spend hours interviewing and finding the most reliable people. A year later and FreeeUp is a rapidly growing company interviewing hundreds of worker applicants each week and providing remote workers for hundreds of clients. He was recently featured in this Huffington Post Article.
Shil Niyogi – Management Consultant & Author of Lean Customer Engagement
Shil Niyogi has helped many entrepreneurial firms streamline their existing operations to drive profitability. Currently, he is consulting on various product management assignments with entrepreneurial firms. His book How Some Small Businesses Get their Ducks In A Row And Grow was published by SAGE in 2011 and received excellent feedback from leading management leaders. Shil went to the prestigious Delhi Technological University for his Civil Engineering undergrad, where he started the Creative Arts Society to cater to the innovators there. He started his career as a risk engineer. He studied the emerging insurance market there and its relevance to the Indian economy and wrote a series of articles for The Economic Times, a leading financial newspaper. He received his MBA at UCLA Anderson School of Management, specializing in entrepreneurship and marketing. At Anderson, he revived the Operations Association, and also cofounded a student-run news journal on new management styles and innovations, for distribution to entrepreneurs. Currently, he continues to work with entrepreneurs and innovators to more effectively manage operations and service customers better, through enhanced intelligence gathering methods.