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Tom Foremski, is the founder and editor of the popular and top-ranked news site, Silicon Valley Watcher, reporting on the business and culture of innovation. In May 2004, Tom became the first journalist to leave a major newspaper, the Financial Times, to make a living as a full-time journalist blogger. Tom has been reporting on Silicon Valley and the US tech industry since 1984. His current focus is on the convergence of media and technology--the fuel for a new era for Silicon Va
pilot episode of Left at the Valley with Kevin & Karen.
The show is dedicated to promote secular humanism, skeptical thinking and positive atheism along with local issues like politics, etc...
In this episode we interview Adam Olsen of the Green party, discuss various local topics and shine a spotlight on Freedom of speech.
Hope you enjoy our first, certainly unprofessional debut
this episode was pre-recorded.
Join Business Coach Margaret Jackson as she grill's up her upcoming event on the Silicon Valley On the Edge Small Business Expo & Summit! Tune In and find out what and who is going to be talking about and who the exibitors will be. Hot Topic
Bravo Launches Interactive Experience for its New Reality Series, "Start-Ups Silicon Valley" Bravo's SVP of Marketing, Ellen Stone, Discusses the Network's "Silicon Valley Status" Project with [itvt]'s Tracy SwedlowIn this recorded interview, [itvt]'s Tracy Swedlow talks to Ellen Stone, SVP of marketing at Bravo Media, about Silicon Valley Status (SVS), an interactive experience that Bravo is launching today to enhance its new Randi Zuckerberg-executive-pro
Valley Ranch Outsiders returns for their second edition of the podcast with guests Jeff Sullivan and Joey Ickes. We will talk about the 25 year anniversary since Jerry Jones bought the team as well as DeMarcus Ware, the NFL Draft and what path this team will go as it involves aging players and contracts. Join Patrick Conn (@DraftCowboys) & Mark Lane (@therealMarkLane) at 7 pm CST.
Valerie Grison, Founder & CEO, StoraLab Corp.
Valerie is a lifelong advertising and television executive who has followed her entrepreneurial itch to create a new company specialized in creating experiences for teens and tweens. StoraLab creates experiences that offer brands the tools to meaningfully engage this young audience in a safe space and better understand their thought trends. Its first project, TBQE The Best Question Ever, is a curiosity-driven social app for young people.
Valerie has a passion that has been reinforced by her two girls who are working their way through being tweens and teens themselves. She spent the past 5 years studying young adults — their behavior, their psychology, their neuroscience development, their trends — to become an expert in how to engage them.
Today, in addition to serving as CEO of StoraLab and the visionary overseeing TBQE, Valerie serves as a strategic consultant on select projects, helping global and boutique brands initiate a conversation with teens and tweens through positive events, promotions and contests that capture their attention and win their loyalty.
Previously to founding StoraLab, Valerie enjoyed a successful career in the advertising industry in Europe. She built a successful career as the Founder and Executive Producer of Tipitina Films, a production company specializing in award winning television commercials. Valerie produced international films for advertisers including L’Oréal, Chrysler, Volkswagen, Kraft Foods, and Samsung. She has also held finance and operational leadership roles. Her business success led to the acquisition of Others, a B2B advertising agency by Gyro, a global firm headquartered in London.
She lives in San Francisco with her daughters.