Ryan Paugh Joins DoItInPerson.com Advisory Board
Do It In Person LLC (www.doitinperson.com), an online event platform that allows people to create, manage and promote their events and communities, announced today that Ryan Paugh has joined Do It In Person’s Board of Advisors.
Nov. 12, 2012 - PRLog -- Do It In Person LLC (http://www.doitinperson.com), an online event platform that allows people to create, manage and promote their events and communities, announced today that Ryan Paugh has joined Do It In Person’s Board of Advisors. In this role, he will provide strategic leadership for the Company’s continuing focus on providing a robust community and event management solutions for community and event organizers.
“I am proud to work with and support Do It In Person in their efforts. As a community-builder at heart, I love seeing disruptive startups helping people get connected in more meaningful ways offline,” said Ryan.
Paugh is a community-building expert with a track record for building organizations that help people connect, learn, grow and have fun. He is one of the founders of Brazen Careerist, a community where ambitious young professionals come to learn and grow. He is also a co-founder of the Young Entrepreneurs Council where he oversees much of the product and brand development.
“The community and event spaces are becoming more important than ever with many people using them as the sole form of marketing their business or services,” said Aron Schoenfeld, Do It In Person’s CEO. “Ryan’s strategic insight into this market coupled with his community building expertise will help us deliver our platform and continue to improve it to make it an extremely powerful tool for organizers.”
DoItInPerson.com is an online event platform that allows people to create, manage and promote events and communities. We bring all of the fragmented pieces of the event space together; from creating and managing your community, sending newsletters, booking speakers, selling tickets, adding sponsors to managing partnerships. We believe that events have relevance and meaning; you do not just attend an event; you experience a community.
Do It In Person: Empower the experience.
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