Feeling Capital for DC Tech Day

Feeling Capital for DC Tech Day

By Brittany Bergerpublished September 30, 2014comments Leave a Comment

D.C. isn't just the nation's capital. If we leave it up to NYC DevShop, it'll be the next startup capital. Move over, Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley. What will D.C.'s startup nickname be?

We'll ask around. Matt and Maurice are heading down there on Thursday, October 2. Not to see the giant, stone Mr. Lincoln or to try and swim in the reflecting pool (it'd be too cold, anyway...). Nope. They'll be hanging out with some of the best startups in the country.

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Behind the Scenes With Our Video Marketing Specialist, Ed Larrivee

Behind the Scenes With Our Video Marketing Specialist, Ed Larrivee

By Megan Ingenbrandtpublished September 25, 2014comments Leave a Comment

In this month’s Employee Spotlight, we dive into eZanga’s Marketing/PR department with our September birthday boy, Ed Larrivee. eZanga’s video marketing specialist is celebrating his 27th birthday this month, so we felt it was only fitting to feature him now! Some may call him Jack Schmidt, but to the marketing team, he’s just Ed.

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Playlist of the Month: Songs of Fall

Playlist of the Month: Songs of Fall

By Megan Ingenbrandtpublished September 23, 2014comments Leave a Comment

“Fall is here, hear the yell. Back to school, ring the bell.” - The White Stripes

Fall is here! The leaves are changing, school is starting, and for some, it’s the start of a whole new year.

I’m back to bring you some tunes that will definitely help make the end of summer just a little more bearable for you.

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Welcome To Our Fall 2014 Interns!

Welcome To Our Fall 2014 Interns!

By Michelle Brammerpublished September 18, 2014comments Leave a Comment

Ahhh, fall. One of my favorite times of year. The hot summer days fall into peaceful, crisp fall nights with s’mores cooked on the campfire and plenty of college football. At eZanga, the fall also ushers in a few new interns, eager to gain creditable work experience in a field they are grooming themselves for.

Our summer interns have flown the coop, leaving empty desks for a few new faces to grace the eZanga office. They’ll have some big shoes to fill, but we’re confident Steven, Brooke and Caroline, our latest interns, will surely succeed.

I could give Brooke and Caroline the same advice I gave to our summer interns, and while it’s still valid and important, that’s advice for the end of their internship. I have a few more nuggets of knowledge for the beginning, too.

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Intern Manifesto: What Sam's Internship Was Like

Intern Manifesto: What Sam's Internship Was Like

By Samantha Selbypublished September 11, 2014comments Leave a Comment

It’s been a rollercoaster ride of a summer for me at eZanga, and the best way for me to explain it would have to be with lyrics from Queen and David Bowie’s Under Pressure. Sometimes, you just feel the pressure of feeling like a real employee here.

With any new experience comes goods times and struggles. Developing a lighter tone when writing, rather than the news-y tone that I’m more used to, has been my biggest challenge this summer and honestly, it’s probably something that I will still be working on. Not to mention all the research, deadlines, and edits. How did I ever survive!? It may take some time to recover.

Now, I would not call myself a lucky person by any means, in fact, I’m pretty sure there’s a dark cloud that follows me around. Don’t get too close, or you might catch it. But I would have to say that I’m very lucky to have found this internship!

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eZanga Wing Bowl 2014

eZanga Wing Bowl 2014

By Megan Ingenbrandtpublished September 9, 2014comments Leave a Comment

It’s no secret we love to eat hard at eZanga, and we’re all competitive sports fans. So how does eZanga celebrate the official start to pro football season? By bringing back eZanga’s Wing Bowl, of course! This year’s match-up: the Fowl Mouths vs. the Wing Men.

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Bazinga! A Prank-Filled Send-Off for the Interns

Bazinga! A Prank-Filled Send-Off for the Interns

By Megan Ingenbrandtpublished September 4, 2014comments 1 Comment

It’s no secret that we love a good prank war here at eZanga, and when our interns casually mentioned that they hadn’t been pranked yet, their voices filled with hope, we knew it was ON! Whether it was a classic frogging, the much-coveted balloon pit, or a cringeworthy Bieber man-cave, these interns totally got pwned.

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eZanga Welcomes Its Latest Addition: Maura!

eZanga Welcomes Its Latest Addition: Maura!

Welcome to another edition of eZanga’s Employee Spotlight series. This week, we’re spotlighting our newest eZanga team member: Maura Valentin.

Now that she’s accepted the challenge of working closely with Frank and Dom as our new Business Development Representative, she’s excited to be working in such fun and free-spirited environment. As a big football fan, Maura can’t wait to bring a little Steelers Nation over to the business development side.

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Meet the Parents (of eZanga): Beth and Rich Kahn

Meet the Parents (of eZanga): Beth and Rich Kahn

Entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart, or the easily stressed and frazzled. It’s a good thing our eZanga parents are used to managing a brood of crazy kids (they have four teenagers!), because they have an office full of kids here at eZanga too.

See, Beth and Rich started eZanga 11 years ago, with the philosophy to work hard, play hard, and eat hard. eZanga’s mom and dad wanted to have an effective but fun work environment. They wanted to leave an impact that would eventually make eZanga a household name.

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Intern Manifesto: What Gary's Internship Was Like

Intern Manifesto: What Gary's Internship Was Like

By Gary Rotschpublished August 21, 2014comments Leave a Comment

My time interning at eZanga has been one of immense learning and a great experience for me. When I started at eZanga, the only marketing experience I had was my time in Intro to Marketing at UD, which equates to about nothing.

So, coming into a marketing position from doing computer science for the past three years meant I had very little knowledge of what was going to happen and what I was going to be expected to do.

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