IntelligentHQ and its publisher ZTUDIUM were recently highlighted in the 2014 Short Enterprises Insider Series, a project sponsored by the Clinton Foundation. The article reviews all the work done by Ztudium and its websites, and holds an interview with Dinis Guarda, the CEO of Ztudium, conducted by Aishik Barua who writes:
Short Entreprises Startup Inside highlight IntelligentHQ
He include the words of Dinis Guarda the Founder of Intelligenthq and Ztudium in his vision for the company and website:
“We believe that digital reputation is the new business currency. Therefore, our platforms explore solutions and resources for professionals, companies, businesses schools and financial organizations around the world that need more personal branding. We identify ways to promote them and their businesses through our premium and specialized platforms.”
Short Entreprises Startup Insider Series was founded by W. Michael Short, who is an entrepreneur, and the founder of Short Entreprises, a public affairs and development consulting firm based in Central Upstate New York. He is in the Clinton Foundation @ClintonFdn 20/30 Leadership Council.
Founded in 2011, Short Entreprises is a firm that focus on innovative sustainable development practices, helping firms to find effective leveraged resources, mutually beneficial partnerships, and collaborative opportunities.
The firm has already assisted other companies and projects gathering over $5 million in development related grants, incentives, and equivalents for a varied group of clients interested and developing noteworthy projects that address key social, environmental, and community challenges, working mainly with social enterprises, real estate developers, commercial property owners, public agencies, community & economic developers, colleges & universities, small businesses, as well as non-profit organizations. Short Entreprises provides their clients with trusted and recognized excellence in guiding complex and high profile development projects. Short Enterprises received the Best of Syracuse Award in 2013.
The company´s CEO, W. Michael Short, is a thought leader in the startup and social business digital world and is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the Maxwell School of Citizenship Public Affairs. He also completed a Graduate Fellowship at Syracuse University’s, Martin J. Whitman School of Management with funding from the Kaufman Foundation, Gifford Foundation and Imagining America, while serving in SU’s Office of Community Engagement Economic Development as deputy director of a public/private/nonprofit community coalition working to revitalize the 9th poorest neighborhood in the United States. W.
Michael Short is part of the board of Clinton Foundation 20/30, which is a project from the Clinton Foundation dedicated to empower and provide a network for emerging leaders prepared to contribute and build a better world by, for, and in the year 2030.
Short Entreprises runs a publication entitled Short Report that launched in May 2014 the International Startup Insider Series, to feature the next generation of promising startups and growing businesses from around the world. The aim of the series is to highlight intriguing startups and includes Q&A’s with startup founders. Articles also feature insights and lessons learned from entrepreneurs around the world.
Founder Dinis Guarda
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