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Vegas Startup Events During NMX, CES, and ASW

This next week and a half Las Vegas has what I call the trifecta of conferences: New Media Expo, CES, and Affiliate Summit West. All three of these events are amazing events that are always held in Las Vegas at this time. It’s one of the great reasons to run your startup company in Las Vegas. Hundreds of thousands of people will be visiting and taking part in the events. It’s always great when customers and opportunities for exposure come to you.

Downtown Project has some big plans during CES this year with a program they’re calling Passport 2 Downtown. Along with familiar events organized by TechCocktail, PandoDaily is also holding a Pando Monthly and Downtown Podcast will be recording at the new Inspire Theater. Oh yes, and your Downtown Passport can also get you free drinks all over downtown Las Vegas. Looks like it will be a great time to showcase what’s happening with startup companies in Downtown Las Vegas.

There are literally thousands of other events happening during these events as well. Plus, you can connect with people stopping through town.

At the same time, AT&T is once again holding their Developer Summit. The Hackathon is Jan 4-5 and is free to participate. I believe our very own Rick Duggan will be taking part.

What’s your plans during these conferences? Will you be taking part? Are there any other events we should know about?

January 3, 2014 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Startup Company Profile: JusCollege

The following is a short company profile interview with Andrew Citores, Co-Founder and CEO of JusCollege. If you’d like your vegas startup company profiled, drop us a note on our contact us page.

Tell us about your company

Simply put, JusCollege is the easiest way for students to plan, organize and book awesome travel and entertainment experiences — from spring break in Mexico to popular music festival packages across the country to VIP Las Vegas weekends, and everything in between.

Founded in 2010, we serve the $162 billion student travel market that is made up of more than 20 million college students and social groups. We’re change-makers, tech geeks who want to disrupt the traditional model of how student travel companies serve this market. We’re using mobile and web-based technology to give our travelers the information they need and ability to consume our products and services spontaneously and immediately while en route. We’re building a company for the “right now economy.”

In just three years, we’ve grown to more than 80,000 student customers at 100+ campuses and more than 300 fraternities, sororities and other campus organizations.

Tell us about your team

I’m the CEO (Andrew Citores) and Bo Thede is our COO.  In 2010, I was a student at Loyola Marymount University, running an entertainment business in Los Angeles and Bo was working in marketing for an online food ordering service while attending University of Colorado, Boulder.  We discussed the possibility of combining key elements of our businesses to create the ultimate online concierge service for college students. In November 2012, Allan Teruel joined our executive team as the company’s first CTO.

In 2013, JusCollege acquired CaboSpringBreak.com, a premier student tour provider in Cabo San Lucas for more than 20 years.  The acquisition added former CaboSpringBreak.com owner Jason Hollander to the team as Director of Travel Development. That same year, student travel veteran Jim Bianchi-Rossi also joined as VP of Operations. With his former agency, Bianchi-Rossi Tours, Jim has traveled more than 100,000 students to the Mexican Riviera and has 18 years of industry experience.

Why did you choose Las Vegas?  What do you love about Las Vegas

What’s best about Vegas is its energy and over-the-top delivery of amazing experiences you can’t get anywhere else in the world. Travelers these days have seen it all — and yet, they can still come to Las Vegas and see more.

Las Vegas is at the heart of our operations because it makes up a large portion of our business and it’s the center of the world when it comes to travel and entertainment. We’re expecting to travel more than 40,000 students to the city in 2014. In fact, JusCollege is among the top group providers for The Venetian, The Palazzo and Palms, and we regularly book packages that include stays at other Vegas hotels like Hard Rock and The Cosmopolitan. We also do VIP experience packages for groups like TAO as well as unique, one-of-a-kind events. Because we’re so focused on customer service, we have staff on site for all of these events. You can see why we feel the need to be here.

Being headquartered in Las Vegas also gives us the kind of face-to-face, personal relationships with our brand partners we could not get if we were headquartered elsewhere.

What can the Las Vegas community do to help your company?  

We’re all about growth, whether that’s through expanding into the college markets we haven’t yet reached or through smart, strategic partnerships we can ink with existing entertainment producers, hotel groups, transportation companies, restaurant groups, music producers and everything in between. We can give Vegas companies access to thousands of college students, if they can provide the high quality, unique entertainment and VIP experiences this market thrives on. We’re looking for partners who share our values: laser-focus on customer service, unforgettable experiences, safety and technology-driven delivery.

We’re particularly interested in the tech companies in Vegas that are specializing in travel and entertainment. JusCollege is already doing some interesting things with our mobile app, like giving our customers the information they need in real time, including connecting them to their friends and fellow travelers, promoting products and services spontaneously and allowing them to buy products on the go. We open our arms to any company that can augment those things.

What’s your best advice for startup entrepreneurs?

Don’t give up and focus, focus, focus (and focus more) on your sales goals. We’ve been through ups and downs, had highs and lows like you can’t imagine. At the end of 2011, we were down to our last $200, living at the office and just about ready to fold. We didn’t though. We moved the company back to my hometown of Menlo Park, found a few sales opportunities to focus on and dug in. Our sales started picking up, then they went crazy and six months later, JusCollege was booking and organizing hundreds of student trips, many of which were VIP packages to top hotels in Las Vegas. We hit profitability by the end of 2012. In 2013, we acquired two of the most respected travel companies in the industry, Bianchi-Rossi Tours and CaboSpringBreak.com, and now we’re on track to hit $3 million in sales by year’s end, servicing more than 80,000 customers.

Where can we find out more about your company?  

www.juscollege.com/news

What’s your twitter handle?

@juscollege

December 18, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

3rd Annual TBAN Startup Showcase

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This past week, on Wednesday, December 11th, the Technology Business Alliance of Nevada (TBAN) held their 3rd Annual Startup Showcase. Disclosure: I originated the idea for the event and moderated the first one, so I’m definitely biased and think this is a great event. This showcase featured Andrew Citores of JusCollege, Jennifer Peck of Banjo, Jen Taler of Stitch Factory, and Kelly Eidson of Moveline.

The panelists represented a wide variety of market spaces. JusCollege is a service that helps college students plan outings. Banjo, according to their site, allows you to “Instantly See What’s Happening Right Now, Anywhere in the World.” Located in downtown Las Vegas, Stitch Factory is a fashion incubator and co-working studio. Operating at the intersection of fashion and technology, they were host to a weekend fashion tech hackathon recently. And Moveline makes moving easier.

Moderated by Jason Mendenhall and Jackie Jensen, the panel covered a wide range of topics, including:

  • Why Las Vegas?
  • Hiring
  • Best Practices
  • Trials and Tribulations

Comprising a mix of prepared questions from the moderators, questions Tweeted in, and a few taken from the audience, the panelists were, by turns, perceptive, funny, appreciative, and opinionated. Most touched on both the success and challenge of hiring in Las Vegas (some positions easy to hire for, others more of a challenge). They also talked of particular issues they had faced. Jen of Stitch Factory covered the fact that they had planned for a certain sequence for their business plan, but had to adapt when one of their lines of business took off while another grew more slowly than planned. All in all, it was well attended and a great representation of some of the top startups this year.

See you next year!

December 17, 2013 I Written By

A veteran of five startups (one of which conducted a successful IPO), Rick Duggan is currently Director of Website Systems at Zappos IP, Inc.. Prior to joining the Zappos Family of Companies, he was Chief Technology Officer of Thinker, Inc., a Las Vegas-based provider of digital signage and co-founder and VP of Engineering & Operations at Incanta. One of the first people involved in the VegasTech community, he acts as a community evangelist, mentor, and is co-creator of the VegasStartups.com blog. He is an advisor to VegasTech companies Rolltech and LaunchKey.

New Healthcare Model Arrives in Las Vegas

Today is the Grand Opening of Turntable Health in Downtown Las Vegas. For those not familiar with Turntable Health, it’s a collaboration between Iora Health and Downtown Project. Headed up by Dr. Zubin Damania (better known as ZDoggMD) they’re taking a very different approach to healthcare. Check out this video where ZDoggMD gives you a look inside what they’re doing.

Congrats to the whole Turntable Health team for the Grand Opening. Doors open to the clinic tomorrow.

December 16, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Automate Your Social Media with Dlvr.it

One of the key challenges of any startup company is time. That’s why one of the key things you can do as a startup company is to automate everything that you can. There are many (but not all) aspects of social media that you can automate. Certainly I don’t recommend you automate all of your social media. You still need to be social on social media. However, there’s real value in automating things like blog posts you do.

The best solution I know to automate your social media is from dlvr.it. They are a lot of competitors that take an RSS feed and publish it to social media, but none are as well designed as dlvr.it (and trust me I’ve tried a lot of options).

One great part of dlvr.it is that it has a nice free service that works for up to 5 Feeds and 3 social profiles. That’s usually enough for a startup company that’s just getting started. Then, you can buy one of their paid plans as your company scales and you need to extend your reach.

One of the things that sets dlvr.it apart from the other services is the number of features that are available and how easily you can manipulate the various RSS feeds and social profiles. The number of options that let you customize how the RSS feed is posted, how often the RSS feed is posted, and where its posted is a key feature for my social media automation.

I’ve also found no other solution that can post to LinkedIn as well as dlvr.it. I’m still waiting for them to allow me to post jobs to LinkedIn groups, but I imagine that’s an issue with LinkedIn not providing that functionality. The good part is that dlvr.it is a LinkedIn partner and was one of the first that was able to post to Company pages and Groups on LinkedIn. You shouldn’t be manually posting your company blog posts to your LinkedIn company page. That’s a waste of time and can be automated by dlvr.it.

As a stats addict, I’m also addicted to the stats portion of dlvr.it. Sure, it integrates with Google Analytics and Omniture, but they have some built in summary features that are awesome. I wish they offered the option to look at a lot more historical stats data, but hopefully that’s just a matter of time. I’d also love to subdivide the stats reports a bit more than they can do now since I manage social media across multiple niches. Plus, it’s always fun to see a report that says you have 90k followers and have gotten 10k clicks on social media (dlvr.it doesn’t offer this feature out of the box).

The other problem with this type of automation is knowing if it’s actually working or not. A lot of dlvr.it’s competitors do a poor job reporting when a post failed or when a feed can’t be pulled. Many don’t report this stuff at all. You think it’s working and then check it weeks later and it’s not. dlvr.it will email you when something goes wrong and they have a history of what’s been done (or not done) so you can check.

They have other features like Qs (optimized post queues) and promoted stories, but I have yet to try those out. Of course, there’s only so many hours in a day.

There you go. Now you know my secret to automating some of my social media efforts. One final suggestion is to not necessarily automate everything up front. Spend a week manually doing it so you can test the best way to post your content to social media. Then, use the things you learn to setup those elements that can be automated.

December 6, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Vegas Tech Startup OrderWithMe Raises $6 Million

It’s always great when a startup company in Las Vegas raises a round of funding, but a $6 million series b round of funding is event better. Congrats to OrderWithMe for closing the $6 million round of funding from Vegas Tech Fund, BaseVC, Tony Hsieh, and other local Las Vegas investors along with previous investors Infinity Venture Partners, SOS Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.

For those not familiar with OrderWithMe, here’s a short summary of what they do:

With operations now in China and the US, OrderWithMe helps small businesses more effectively compete by streamlining their purchase orders and payments to all their vendors on one easy business-to-business platform. The business owners save substantial time by centralizing their inventory purchasing and payment activities. More importantly, businesses can then negotiate much bigger volume discounts from their suppliers by aggregating their purchase volume with others in the same industry.

December 4, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Public Relations Is More Than Media Coverage

The following is a guest post by Jennifer Hall, HallCASTER Business Communications

You’ve launched your company, perfected the product (nearly), grown sales, and perhaps have even brought in some funding. It’s time to take things to the next level, to bring in the professionals who can help get the word out — the PR team. Hold up . . .  Before jumping in, make sure you understand what exactly it is that you want.

Unfortunately, many startups make the mistake of not thinking long term about their communications. In their minds, “PR” means “press,” when in reality media relations is just one aspect of public relations (not the whole shebang), and it will have limited value if it’s not being used to proactively support your overall communications strategy.

This is something public relations professionals have been telling clients for years — the challenge is getting them to believe it. Why is it that folks are willing to invest thousands . . . wait, hundreds of thousands  . . . into building product, but they don’t want to invest a fraction of that into talking about it?

Here’s the problem: What happens, when you get a great article that drives thousands to your site, but the messaging on your homepage doesn’t match what’s being written about you —wasted opportunity. Remember, PR is not just about stories. It’s a much bigger picture.

Perhaps most tech companies and entrepreneurs — heck, even most established companies — don’t think about PR with a bigger perspective because they want to see a direct line from their investment to something they can “show” (meaning that coveted article) and they want it right away — and by right away, we mean yesterday. PR, though, has never been about the quick reward. It’s a slow, steady build that in the end will pay off for those who are patient and committed to all aspects of the program, not just press coverage.

An effective public relations program is aimed at fostering engagement and building relationships with your target audiences and it crosses multiple platforms. And that takes time and investment. What’s more, the results you receive from a media relations campaign will have a far greater impact on your business if you take the time to ensure that your company’s messaging is consistent across these various channels.

Case in point, that feature story on your company is a great win from a PR perspective and may initially drive traffic to your website, but it’s unlikely to coincide with a significant spike in online sales if visitors find your site uninviting or the messaging confusing or even contradictory. Worse, these new visitors may find the experience so frustrating that they decide not to return. On the other hand, web pages that have simple, direct and brand-consistent messages, are user-friendly and make prolific use of key words that customers use in online searches to find your products or services will work synergistically with the media coverage you obtain to help increase sales, enhance your brand, and of course, optimize your company’s SEO.

Your company’s website is a simple example, but it illustrates how we encourage companies to work closely with their PR professional to be sure the basic communications tools are solidly in place before launching an involved media relations campaign.

Here’s some advice: Don’t think about “PR” until you can think about the big picture, and that includes more than just media relations. And, use your PR people to help you strengthen your brand message everywhere . . . because everywhere matters these days.

November 21, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Anupam Chander Speaks on “Electronic Silk Road” Friday at the InNEVation Center

I was just sent thew news that Sunny Tara, Founder of docBeat, is holding a special Friday Speaker event at the InNEVation Center. The speaker is Anupam Chander, author of “The Electronic Silk Road.” Here are the details for the event:
When: Friday, November 15th
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM – Meet and Greet, 5:00-6:00 PM – Anupam Chander
Where: InNEvation Center

The event is free to attend, and beer and appetizers will be served. You can RSVP to the event by emailing: sunny@docbeatapp.com

Here’s a short description of the event:

Join us Friday Nov 15th with Anupam Chander. Anupam, is a cyber law expert and is the Director of the California International Law Center and Martin Luther King, JR. Hall Research Scholar. His research focuses on the regulation of globalization and digitization.

His new book, The Electronic Silk Road: How the Web Binds the World Together in Commerce provides the first thorough discussion of the law that relates to global Internet commerce. Addressing up-to-the-minute examples, such as Google’s struggles with China, the Pirate Bay’s skirmishes with Hollywood, and the outsourcing of services to India, the author insightfully analyzes the difficulties of regulating Internet trade

Sunny always puts on great events. I’m sure this will be another great event.

November 13, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

Technovation Solutions in Las Vegas

Check out the following interview with new Vegas Startup company, Technovation Solutions.

Tell us about your company.
With the foundational support of companies like Microsoft, Cisco, and NEC, Technovation Solutions has developed a business and technology integration center focused on building winning customer experiences and supplying the tools/software necessary to enable those experiences in a cost efficient manner.  We aggregate small and medium sized, cutting edge technology companies and work with them to drive leads, generate sales and integrate with other Technovation partner companies to create these solutions.  While our first foray is within the hospitality/travel vertical, we are also working to develop our retail, healthcare and education verticals.

Tell us about your team.
Our team is rather unique in that it consists of not only our direct hires but the entirety of our partner companies as well.  We work in a highly collaborative environment to meet client needs.  Additionally, on staff we have skills that cross a variety of disciplines including entrepreneurship, financing, and business and marketing strategy, sales and business development, partner services and support, and strong backgrounds in systems engineering and integration.

Why did you choose Las Vegas?  What do you love about Las Vegas?
Las Vegas was a particularly easy choice because of the breadth of conferences, meetings, and events that occur here.  These events allow us to access the range of clients and customers that we and our partner companies are targeting.  It allows us to not only showcase partner technology but provide a backdrop of great food, entertainment, and hospitality to our clients.  Furthermore, because of its entertainment value, even outside the normal convention/event calendar, we are able to entice folks to our Center. What we love about Las Vegas is how business-friendly and accessible it is. The city provides something for everyone at whatever budget they need. Close to 40 million people travel to Las Vegas annually. When you look at the hospitality industry behind the scenes in Las Vegas, it shows good technology paired with ongoing innovation.

What can the Las Vegas community do to help your company?  
The Las Vegas community provides a lot of opportunity for emerging businesses like ours, but you get what you give. The more we involve ourselves within the community, the more opportunities and success we can create. It is no secret that tech companies are moving to Las Vegas. It is still a town where who you know can really maximize your reach. By getting involved in the community you will know the movers and shakers. It’s like Teddy Roosevelt once said, “No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.”

That said, the Las Vegas community can help us by coming to visit the Center at 9555 Hillwood Dr., Suite 140; telling colleagues about our services; and following us on Twitter at @Technovationctr.

What’s your best advice for startup entrepreneurs?
Financial management is key—overseeing and essentially counting your pennies is a must in any start-up!  Associating with groups, people and others with significant expertise and presence in your market helps dramatically in building credibility in the market and facilitating sales.  Surrounding yourself with a team that fills in where your weaknesses exist and working in a true team fashion is critical to success as well.  Taking risks and managing the risk factors as you do so is a true skill–seek all the help you need to ensure that you do this right.

Where can we find out more about your company?  What’s your twitter handle?
Visit us online at www.technovationsolutions.com. Follow us on Twitter @Technovationctr.

November 5, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

The #1 Overlooked Skill to Internet Business Success is…

The following is a guest blog post by Christian Torres.

Can you guess what it is?

I’ll give you just a few hints:

  • It’s not the ability to buy traffic (Website Hits). Traffic is important for sure, but there’s a skill that you must master that’s FAR more important (and then traffic is easy.)
  • It’s not being a great salesman. Sales are obviously important, but there’s a skill that takes place BEFORE a sale is ever made that’s far more urgent
  • It’s certainly not the ability to write CLEAN CODE or being a Tech Genius… (Even though technology gives us exponential leverage)

Here’s the truth:

  • You can have the best product in the world…
  • The best staff or team…
  • All the funds you’d ever need to run your biz…
  • And even have the best salesperson ever…
  • But if you don’t have great marketing, you’re DEAD!

What is this Marketing skill you speak of?

I’m talking about the skill of Copywiting.

The bottom line is that you must be able to SELL WHAT YOU BUILD in order to have a sustainable business that generates profits and income for you & your team.

So what is Copywriting?

Copywriting is Salesmanship in Print, In Web Page, In Email, In Tweet, FB Ad, or In any media that your ideal customer can receive a message so that they Buy Your Product, Software, Saas, or Professional Service…

Copy (Persuasive Messages) is that most scalable way to sell your product or services Copy allows you to sell your products or service without you having to do the selling in person.

How can Copywriting Benefit you?
*You won’t ever have to Chase for More Customers, they will be Chasing You with Cash In Hand
*You will be able to sell “One to Many” Vs. “One on One”
*Copy will better help you validate your business idea’s value in the market place
*You will be able to put words together that will do all the selling for you in mass
*You will have an unfair advantage for your startup or in your industry by mastering the dark art of copywriting [This Art is not Evil, but can be Sinister] ;)

There is going to be a copywriting seminar this upcoming weekend called Success Magnet Seminar. I will be attending, you have a chance to be there with me for Free…
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I have 1 Extra ticket ($497 Value) to the copywriting conference on the 25-27th of Oct.

I offered it to both of my business partners but they won’t be able to make it since they’re both busy traveling.  So I decided to create a sweepstakes for it.

Enter to Win below

here—> http://hightechtorres.com/vegascopywriting.php

The Contest Ends This Wednesday the 23rd of Oct.

See you there…

October 21, 2013 I Written By

John Lynn is the Founder of the HealthcareScene.com blog network which currently consists of 15 electronic medical record and health IT blogs. He also founded the Pure TV Network of blogs. John recently launched two new companies: InfluentialNetworks.com and Physia.com, and is an advisor to docBeat. As part of the Las Vegas Tech startup community, John helped organize the highly successful inaugural Startup Weekend Las Vegas. He's also been a strong supporter of the Vegas Tech community including co-founding the VegasStartups.com blog. John is highly involved in social media, and can be found on Twitter: @techguy and Google Plus.

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