About

BoumanBlog started off as my personal blog during my international travels after college.  It transitioned to a hodgepodge of thoughts and ideas and then to a dormant website.  We now enter the third stage of BoumanBlog.

In this stage of BoumanBlog, I write about whatever I want. My writing stagnated when I tried to limit my posts to things that I considered brand building, thought leadership stuff. Ugh. Little to no writing occurred because of this. So now I will write about whatever is on my mind. I’m shooting for a post every Sunday at the very least. Anything else is icing on the cake.

While I am going to write about whatever comes to mind, I bet there will still be a lot of my experiences as an entrepreneur, marketer, and professional.  I hope by sharing my opinions and experiences, I can provide insight you may not have otherwise considered. At the very least, I hope to entertain you.

Don’t be surprised if a lot of these posts are my opinions on topics related to my professional interests, like my thoughts on technology, marketing, building product, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.

One note to consider: I am a blogger, not a professional writer.  I feel there is a distinct difference in quality and I in no way consider my writing Pulitzer worthy.  Neither should you.  It’s just a blog, so please excuse the typos.

3rd Person Bio

Jesse Bouman is a proud UW-Madison alum, an avid blogger, amateur chef, budding philanthropist, self-proclaimed comedian, and global citizen.

He’s studied abroad in Oaxaca, Mexico, lived and worked in Bangkok, Thailand, and traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia.

Jesse currently lives in Los Angeles, California where he is the founder of 934 Labs, an umbrella company, specifically for Jesse’s projects and business ideas. 934 Labs currently houses marketing software company, Prepare.io, the TalkAnything.FM podcast, and the Mac and Cheese Invite. Jesse previously founded the digital marketing agency Demeter Interactive, which was acquired in January 2013.

When he’s not working on his business ideas, Jesse plays far too much kickball and dodgeball.

 

*Everything posted on this site is my personal opinion. It does not represent the views of any company I own or am affiliated with. Here is my full FTC disclosure for this site’s content.

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