The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), invited award-winning young entrepreneur Jason Jannati to join the invite-only organization of successful business owners across the nation.
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Co-Founder of greeNEWit, Jannati recently accepted the award for the 2012 Green Company of the Year by the Howard County Tech Council. He was named the top young entrepreneur of 2011 by the Baltimore District’s SBA office and was also recently recognized at the White House for his contributions to entrepreneurship and the nation’s economy.
Responsible for defining the high-level strategic direction of marketing and affiliate partner initiatives at greeNEWit, he helps the company reach revenue goals by communicating concept-to-reality ideas that bring brand awareness and sales to new heights. Jannati is devoted to developing social programs that have an environmental focus and was acknowledged by the Association of Fundraising Professionals for his philanthropic work at greeNEWit.
“The free enterprise system in America combined with an emphasis on entrepreneurship has allowed greeNEWit to transform our business vision into a reality,” Jannati said. “I’m honored to be invited to this select group of successful entrepreneurs. We understand the power of open source ideas and integrated passion and look forward to collaborating with other like-minded members of the YEC to make the world a better place.”
The YEC, an invite-only nonprofit membership organization, promotes entrepreneurship as a means to overcome youth unemployment and underemployment. Their mission is to spark an entrepreneurial revolution in America—and help rebuild the economy in the process. Learn more at www.theYEC.org.
greeNEWit is an organization founded to help society build more sustainable communities and better economies through energy efficiency and conserving the use of natural resources.
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