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IN THE MEDIA:
In January 2014, I was featured in the Running Times article “Earning Mountain Goat Status”, which reported on mountain running in New England
Mike was interviewed for a CFO Magazine article on the craft-beer market. September 2012
Market meltdown – one year later – NECN interviewed Mike for his comments on the market. August 2012
The Valley News published Mike’s comments on how entrepreneurs can comply with state sales taxes in August. See the comments here. August 2012
Mike spoke on the financial aspects of mergers and acquisitions in a teleseminar hosted by Indigo Venture law offices. August 2012
Dismal Day on Wall Street - NECN
Mike contributed to From Idea to Success, the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network Guide for Start-Ups, authored by Gregg Fairbrothers and released in August 2011
The Fall 2010 Accelerated Cure Project newsletter carries a front-page profile of me as an "all-star volunteer." Nice people, good cause.
ON THE ROAD:
In November 2013 I was a reviewer for the Advanced Entrepreneurship course’s final presentations at Tuck School of Business
In April 2013, I joined the Investment Advisory Board of Ledyard Financial Advisors
In April 2012, my wife Betsy and I were featured in a Metro West Daily News article on the Boston Marathon.
In January 2012 I was a guest lecturer at Boston University's course on entrepreneurial finance.
In November 2011 I was a panelist at the MIT Enterprise Forum Startup Clinic
In April 2011, my wife Betsy and I were featured in a Boston Globe article on the Boston Marathon.
In October 2010 I gave a talk about entrepreneurship at Year
Up Boston, a program that helps young adults 18-24
prepare to enter the work force. This is a great organization
with a stellar track record, and I was excited to take part.
On March 26, 2010, I celebrated my 20th anniversary as an independent financial advisor. That's a long time for anyone these days to hold the same job (without a promotion, too!) but it's been a wonderful experience. My sincere thanks to all the new friends and clients I've met during the past two decades, and I hope we stay in touch for many years to come.
Copyright 2012 Michael Gonnerman. All Rights Reserved.