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.

Vaynerheads Re-up on Instagram, Facebook Hacks at 2019 “Agent2021” Conference

The appetite for content from social-media entrepreneur and wine club hawker Gary Vaynerchuk appears to be nothing short of insatiable. That appetite showed up in full force at the inaugural “Agent2021” conference — an all-day marketing affair in Miami assembled by New York-based Vaynermedia in January 2018. Agent2021 returns to Miami in January 2019. Last year’s lesson learned by a number of real estate, insurance, and service professionals? Your social media presence probably...

The New iPhone Could Crush It in the Augmented Reality Space

When the new iPhone line was released, Apple once again showed its natural knack for innovation and evolving products in ways that no one saw coming. What made headlines this time around wasn’t the sleek-looking design or a lack of a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack. Rather, what made headlines was the new iPhone’s augmented reality functionality. The iPhone’s new trio of phones now have made history as the first phones to really bring forth augmented reality to the masses. Augmented reality,...

Ex-Twitter Architect Goes From Fail Whale To Launching Database That Supports Omnichannel Experience

Twitter is a go-to destination for sharing humorous memes. But in 2008, thanks to rampant technical issues on the site, Twitter became a meme of its own. That was the year Twitter gained recognition for what has become known as the “fail whale,” an image of a whale being lifted up by birds that was meant to communicate that the site was undergoing maintenance. But the recognition Twitter received for this error message obviously wasn’t positive. The image signified, and drew more attention to,...

NYC’s Newest Hot Spot, Red Rabbit Club, Opens with 50 Cent

The Meatpacking District’s newest experiential luxury nightclub, Red Rabbit Club, celebrated its grand opening with a sold out venue and special guest host, Grammy Award Winner and rap superstar 50 Cent,  who was there promoting his new champagne,  Le Chemin du Roi Rosé. Clubgoers were treated to VIP bottle service — think Champagne served with a parade of cocktail waitresses armed with flaming sparklers — and, later on in the evening, shots and champers poured by 50 Cent...

This Nifty Weapons Detector Fits in Your Pocket

Walk-through metal detectors were invented in the 1920s to stop factory workers from stealing parts. A century later, the technology really hasn’t changed much. The last, big breakthrough was in the ‘90s when the machines could estimate how high over the ground the metal was, which helped security with pat-downs. Otherwise, they’ve remained unchanged: big, unmovable, obvious and costly. That same decade saw the invention of the first pocket-sized mobile phone. Then, the first mobile one with...

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