The VIPs of Innovation – an Exclusive Network of Benefits for Entrepreneurs

Cincinnati, OH – November 28, 2017 – VIPs of Innovation is an exclusive program offered to innovative entrepreneurs worldwide, carefully chosen by Zoozler’s selection committee. Members have access to a large network of investors and a unique array of substantial benefits to significantly reduce the cost of running their companies.

The program boasts a fixed membership fee, with no additional cost to members, as well as access to significant services and benefits, including:

  • Either $500 of free video services or business consultation services
    • Major rate benefits in:
    • Rent
    • Advisory board matching
    • Legal services
    • Insurance
    • CPA services
    • CFO services
    • Recruiting services
    • HR services
    • Marketing services
    • Tech development services
    • Design
    • Videography
    • Fundraising services
    • Sales services
    • etc.
  • You also gain VIP access to select startup networking events
  • Zoozler’s online investor matching program
  • Marketing rights to highlight membership in Zoozler VIPs of Innovation
  • Featured in select Zoozler promotional materials

“The vast majority of companies fail because their founders lack the ability to focus,” says Paul Powers, CEO of Zoozler. “Having spent years working with hundreds of startups, we’ve decided to create a unique program that would help give the right means to entrepreneurs so they have the clarity, confidence, and support to grow highly successful businesses.”

Applying is designed to be as simple as possible:

Email Paul Powers directly at ppowers@zoozler.com, or call +1-513-828-7398.
A member of the Zoozler selection committee must interview the applicant (by phone or in-person).
If any additional information is needed, it will be requested in the interview.
Reviews take place regularly, generally at least once per month.
The main attributes that will be evaluated are the founder or team, commitment to their company, the merit of the company’s proposition and the founder’s/team’s ability to make their company succeed.

The Mobile Application Saving Songwriters and Producers from Legal Headaches

The Song Society app uses advanced AI and machine learning to write copyrights and contracts, protecting artists from legal issues they may have not even been aware of, as well as connecting artists around the globe who are open for collaboration.

 

Cincinnati, OH – August 17, 2017 – Artificial intelligence is smarter than ever, allowing for more applications than possible just a few short years ago. Being applied to a myriad of industries, one entrepreneur is bringing AI to the music industry.

Farah Allen, founder and CEO of Song Society, is helping artists and songwriters create the necessary revenue documentation, contracts, and copyrights with Rosie, the “digital manager.”

“A lot of artists never take a break from their creative process to work on business aspects,” says Allen. “By automatically producing documentation, there is more time for artists to focus on their songwriting, recording, or production. We are exploring a future release of Rosie where you you can close songs, name contracts, and ask her questions about copyrights and publishing.”

Currently, the Song Society app is used in 32 countries worldwide, and expecting to expand into other markets, eventually partnering with performing arts organizations such as BMI, ASCAP, and SESAC to help as many artists as possible.

Offering impressive features including video conferencing, group text and chat, instant feedback, and more, Song Society easily connects artists around the globe who are open for collaboration. Networking features within the app allow users to search for other artists based on particular likes and dislikes, as to allow for a smooth and successful session.

Song Society is collaborating with the Zoozler Venture Network to raise funds to allow for potential growth. The Venture Network is comprised of experts in business development, operations, sales, and strategic planning.

“Our goal is to create a centralized database for record labels and other organizations,” says Allen. “Most organizations aren’t sharing data with one another, and with Song Society, all data is in the app, and any organization would have immediate access to copyrights and song information.”

 

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For further information regarding this release, please contact:

Zoozler

Ethan Smith

esmith@zoozler.com

(513)392-8588

zoozler.com

Questions with Founders: Vladimir Fridman, Plan Truth

Ethan Smith sat down for a chat with Vladimir Fridman, the founder and CEO of Plan Truth, an innovative platform where users can share their experiences with their healthcare provider, to learn more about what keeps the innovative entrepreneur motivated.

 

Vlad, I’m not very familiar with healthcare insurance – can you explain to me what Plan Truth is, and what it does?

“Plan Truth is the only place you can visit on the web to learn specifically about each healthcare plan in your state. It’s a forum where consumers can come together with healthcare providers to share their healthcare plan experiences and rate how well their plan meets their needs.”

And this covers any type of health insurance?

“Our website covers the main insurance programs in each state like Medicaid, Medicare, Obamacare, and private insurance too. If someone wants to learn more about Medicare, or about a specific insurance provider like BlueCross BlueShield, Aetna, Humana, or any specific plan, they just select the state they live in, and whether they’re a patient or provider, and they can review each major plan offered in that state.”

That actually sounds extremely useful. What made you decide to venture out and become an entrepreneur?

“I am a cardiologist by practice, and every year I am asked hundreds of times: ‘what’s the best health insurance for me?’ I had no way of answering this, and there’s not a lesson on insurance in medical school, so I turned to the internet to learn more about the options out there. I couldn’t find much, but after a little more than a decade, I’ve learned a lot about the insurance world, and felt that I had to do something to help. It is such a disservice to anyone not to know their own insurance plan, or what their deductible is.”

Entrepreneurship plus cardiology sounds pretty intense. Do you have any advice to give to someone that aspires to be an entrepreneur?

“If I were to say anything, I would say to learn a specific field first, then try to change it or innovate it. For example, if I wanted to change the way air traffic control worked, that would not be possible. After more than ten years of actual practice in medicine, I learned how the field really works – so then I started seeing ways I could improve it. How do you know what needs to be fixed if you’re not in the nitty-gritty? You have to look at the status quo and your set of skills before you can really determine what needs to be fixed.”

For more information, visit plantruth.com, and expect the updated site to launch Q4 of 2017.