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The Pathways to Success with Julian Placino

Julian Placino is a recruiter turned success speaker, show host, and media entrepreneur. The Pathways to Success is a show dedicated to helping viewers find their pathway to success by having conversations that educate, inspire, and transform with the world's greatest leaders. The show has featured company founders, CEOs, New York Times best-selling authors, TEDx speakers, professional athletes, and prodigious entrepreneurs.
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Jun 18, 2018
A native of Texas, Cameron started his career as a senior IT project manager for a small business in Irving, Texas. During this time, he helped the business close over $5M in government contracts. He later went on to teach business and technology at a local high school and eventually co-founded GF-17, Inc. a software development agency. In 2016, he filed a U.S. patent and opened a 20,000 square-foot workspace for computer programmers. Today, he is Founder and CEO of NewCraft Technologies, a Y-Combinator backed startup building work simulations that make learning a new craft easy.
 
Topics:
  • Work simulations and the freelance economy 
  • How NewCraft can help you land freelance jobs through simulations and mentorship 
  • How NewCraft can help cultivate talent pipelines for corporations 
  • Work trends that impact you 
  • The future of startup companies 
 
Connect with Cam:
 
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