Technology and entrepreneurship goes hand in hand these days. What better way to learn about the variety of opportunities available with startups than through a Penn alum? On Thursday, November 3rd we welcome Adam Levin to @PennCareerDay on Twitter to talk about his day in business development at a cutting-edge technology company, Meebo. Adam’s contributions to @PennCareerDay is one of highlighted resources featured October 31st through November 5th on Startups. To learn more about Adam, read his bio below and follow him on November 3rd.
As senior manager of Business Development at Meebo, Adam leads a team focusing on audience growth and large scale revenue opportunities for Meebo’s partners. Since joining Meebo, Adam has worked with premium partners and large media networks to help build out key content verticals. Before joining Meebo, Adam spent his summer internship in business school at Silver Lake Partners’ credit hedge where he invested in tech securities. Prior to business school, Adam spent two years working in Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs; he specialized in leveraged buyouts and capital markets transactions in the industrials and business services sectors. Adam earned a BA in 2005 from the College of Arts and Sciences where he majored in English and an MBA from Wharton in 2009 with a concentration in management.
2 thoughts on “A Day in the Life: Business Development at a Tech Startup”
Congrats Adam on the great work. Meebo seems promising and your feedback about life in the startup lane was very useful.
Congratulations Adam! I think it is very valuable contribution to the training services of qualified professionals who are trained to promote human development and technology in our society.
I congratulate those institutions that promote the formation of leaders who drive more and better quality of life for most people.
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