The Columbia team meets with the Mfugales for the last time.
Meeta and Charly suggest how the Mfugales might proceed with the Peacock Hotel brand and their planned expansions.
Meeta Sethna, Charlly Greene and Danielle Cyr speak about the impact the Dar es Salaam visit has had on their lives.
Hootan Mahallati, Columbia Business School, ’07, was a 2007 recipient of the prestigious Lang Fund. Here he talks about his company, rightpedal, and the impact the Entrepreneurship Program at Columbia Business School continues to have on his day to day business decisions.
Co-owner Julie Flakstad and others talk about the secret of Blow’s success.
First published in NYC24, The Hijinks Issue, 2008.
By Jay Corcoran
April Fool’s Day at Think Coffee, New York City.
Mildred Verrier was worried.
One night last week she planned to roller skate at her place of employment, Think Coffee, while dressed in her underpants and other accessories while playing the ukulele.
“The singing and nudity didn’t bother me,” said Verrier a coffee barista-singer, “it’s the roller stakes, I never did it before.”
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