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Richard Lau is the founder of Logo.com, Resume.com and NamesCon. Named 2004 “Domainer of the Year”, Richard has generated millions of dollars in revenue in the domain industry. NamesCon began as an idea in the fall of 2012 and is now part of the Godaddy family. Another recent exit (to Indeed.com), Resume.com aids millions of job seekers to build their resumes online and provides a home for their online CV for life. His newest project is Logo.com – drop by and check it out! As part of his consulting services in domain forensic background checks (for domain purchasers) Richard was asked to investigate alleged hijackings of various domains. Having overseen the rescue of many high-value stolen domains such as God.com, Religion.com, Wifi.com, Iraq.com and others, Richard has become an unfortunate expert in the area of domain hijacking recovery. Read more at: https://www.logo.com/ and https://www.resume.com/
Visit the Entrepreneur Presenters for November 8th at their Websites:
Jereann Zann, founder of Little GF Chefs is a monthly baking club for kids designed to empower, educate and create FUN memories in the kitchen. Every month, club members receive a baking kit in the mail that includes a unique and fun recipe along with all of the dry ingredients and decorating supplies needed to make it. Read more at: https://littlegfchefs.com/
Darrell Jobe from Vericool, offering 100% compostable and recyclable, cold chain packaging in the market, making them the safest replacement for Styrofoam/EPS. The World’s First 100% Recyclable Ohana Cooler, at http://vericoolpackaging.com/
Brad Simon and Travis Grubb from Touchless Mask Station, North America’s first and only touchless mask machine, and is a crucial piece of equipment for many industries impacted by COVID-19, at https://www.touchlessmaskstation.com/