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Jeanne Gray, Publisher of American Entrepreneurship Today,

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Jeanne Gray

Jeanne Gray

Jeanne Gray is President and Founder of AEP LLC., a consulting firm that assists entrepreneurs and early growth stage companies.  Serving as a growth strategist, she steers entrepreneurs through start up pitfalls, while identifying resources and opportunities that catalyze a venture to a greater level of success.

Jeanne has spent most of her career as an entrepreneur following her initial career start in banking that followed her graduation from Cornell University. Soon after receiving her MBA in finance from NYU, she founded a display business serving the cosmetic industry. She later joined a networking computer company, where as COO she transformed the company into a nationwide technical service company.  In addition to her consulting company, she is the publisher of a web site serving as the centralized resource for entrepreneurship at both the national and state levels. 

Recent Articles By Jeanne Gray

The growth of a small business or early stage scalable business very often rests on the shoulders of the founding owner or entrepreneur. But not all founders have prior or sufficient managerial experience before starting a business. The lack of...
When someone starts a business they realistically anticipate that the challenges they will face will be greater that those experienced as an employee. They foresee the stress of finding first customers, having less money and working long hours. Often, however,...