Jordan French

Jordan French is the Founder and Executive Editor of Grit Daily. An award-winning journalist, he is on the editorial staff at TheStreet.com and a Fast 50 and Inc. 500-ranked entrepreneur. He is the founder of Notability Partners and the co-founder of BNB Shield, Lisbon Hill Farms, Status Labs, BeeHex, BlockTelegraph, and Grit Daily. A biomedical engineer and intellectual-property attorney, French is the author of upcoming book, The Gritty Entrepreneur.

The Art of Selling Art: A Q&A with Carrie Eldridge

Carrie Eldridge is the founder and CEO of ATO Gallery, which utilizes blockchain technology based on financial models sell fine art and support artists. Carrie Eldridge will be attending Grit Daily’s Miami Art Summit co-hosted by JADA. What follows is our Q&A with her. Grit Daily: You had your own adventures before ATO Art Gallery. Would you mind sharing some of those? Carrie Eldridge: Going in chronological order, I grew up in a unique family. My mother is German who grew up...

Victoria Loskutova wants you to find your inner “badass”

Jen Sincero is the “Brian Boitano” of inspiration. Or at least that’s the thinking behind Victoria Loskutova’s “Badass Summit” — which aims to capture a global audience and put conferences on the internet. For free. Loskutova — in a business partnership with Grit Daily’s nomadic Editor-at-Large Stewart Rogers assembled a cast befitting of an in-person conference and brought it online to reach those who can’t quite get to a CES, SXSW,...

Reason’s Alien Crash Site is a Test Bed of Survival for Silicon Valley Teams

Think your work team is tops? Want to pit your workplace team against world-renowned, modern-day Myrmidons from Facebook, Google, IBM, SalesForce, and the Federal Government. Look no further than Reason — an escape-room-meets-team-building venue in San Francisco that, on the success of its first location, launched a second called “Crash Site.” A total freak show, Crash Site Escape (its full name) pits teams against the clock in a sweaty, brain-wringing slug-fest against the...

Millennials Are Flocking to This Travel App With $35 Flights

The travel industry has been significantly impacted by millennials as they spend exponentially more than previous generations criss-crossing the globe. It’s a marked departure from their parents and grandparents who traveled far less frequently, especially at a comparative age. In turn, it’s sparked a boom for the travel industry that has birthed many new options such as the sharing and gig economies and a myriad of new apps to help travelers see more of the world for increasing lower costs....

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