Young Entrepreneurs


YEDaily: Deborah McCracken

YEDaily: Deborah McCracken

Deborah McCracken started The Olive Branch for Children in 2005. Since then, this 30-year-old inspiring woman has helped change the lives of many of Tanzania's most vulnerable children, many of whom have lost their families due to, or are living...
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YEDaily: Erin Ireland

Erin Ireland has become a national foodie celebrity, known for her food reporting as well as her site, It's To Die For. A few months ago, she launched her banana bread business, and has since gotten a hive's worth of buzz for these delicious loaves of heaven. Find out more about this culinary queen in today's YEDaily
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YEDaily: Nicolas Rousseau

Urban Foliage is an interesting and unique way of bringing plant life to urban interiors. Nicolas Rousseau started the company in early 2010, and since has gained notable buzz in Vancouver and launched a line of Living Frames that brings greenery into homes
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YEDaily: Hesam Hosseini

Hesam Hosseini is a 27-year-old entrepreneur who quit his cushy day job as an exec at Match.com to start UrbanOrca, a social network for meeting like-minded people for mutually-beneficial and entertaining experiences in your city. Find out more about this dedicated entrepreneur in today's YEDaily
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YEDaily: Yael Cohen

Twenty-four-year-old Yael Cohen started Fuck Cancer after her mom's diagnosis. In just two years, Fuck Cancer has become a movement that engages Gen-Yers and seeks to educated, inform, and create a forum for open dialogue. Find out more about this amazing young professional in today's YEDaily
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YEDaily: Yael Cohen

Twenty-four-year-old Yael Cohen started Fuck Cancer after her mom's diagnosis. In just two years, Fuck Cancer has become a movement that engages Gen-Yers and seeks to educated, inform, and create a forum for open dialogue. Find out more about this amazing young professional in today's YEDaily
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YEDaily: Adam Taubenfligel

Adam Taubenfligel (pictured above on the right, with his brother Mark and sister Ania) started Triarchy denim with his siblings in 2009. The brand recently made it to the semi-finals of the Mercedes-Benz Startup Program, and is gaining notable buzz in the fashion world (this will be amped up this year with Triarchy showing at LG Fashion Week. Find out more about this young entrepreneur in today's YEDaily
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Catch Up on the YEDailys You May Have Missed

It's Labour Day, and we thought it a great time to help you catch up on all the YEs you might have missed. There are few people who put in more time at the daily grind than young professionals, and young entrepreneurs are no exception. Check out the past few profiles you might have overlooked
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