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LAUNCHED FRISCH OFF THE PRESS
Over winter break during junior year in high school, Nis (Rutgers '14) became excessively frustrated with the bureaucracy of his school's traditional newspaper, for which he was a sports writer. With cohorts Yair Aviner (Rutgers '14) and Gavriel Fineberg (Penn '15), the gang built and launched an online, student-run publication, which enabled talented writers to write and be published more frequently, and to provide an outlet to students interested in other areas such as videography and photography.Frisch off the Press Founding Letter Protest School Event Political Rally Reborn Concert Basketball Video Wrestling Video Native Outcast Concert
TAKE IT WORLDWIDE REGISTERED IN NJ
Due to their critically-acclaimed high school project, Nis and Yair decided to take their show on the road. According to state law, one must be 18 to register a company in New Jersey. Call them fugitives but they did it at 17 with only a modest amount of intimidation and persuasion. But doing work for pay is no easy task for teenagers. Having never taken a class in web design, programming, or business, it was inevitable that they'd have to learn from the School of Trial and Many Errors.Original TIWW Logo Original TIWW Business Card
THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE
Some of TIWW's earliest clients were doctors. This phenomenon can easily be attributed to the intellectual prowess of doctors and the obvious reasons to use Take It Worldwide for all technical solutions.Maternal Resources Maternal Resources Psych Help NJ Psych Help NJ
FLASH, JAVA, AND SALES
The summer of twenty ten was a learning experience for the young and growing team. Benjamin Borodach (NYU '15) joined the crew as the Director of Business Development, and two interns, Adam Freilich (Penn '15) and Jonathan Surick (MIT '14), came on board to work on a statistical analysis venture. Slowly but surely, TIWW expanded into new and more sophisticated industries as demand grew for the young company's services.Take It Worldwide, summer 2010 Industry Show 1 Industry Show 2 A-One-Entertainment
NOT A SUIT. A BLAZER.
At the end of their second summer and Mad Men's third season, Nis and Yair sold out and changed TIWW's style to more accurately reflect their corporate approach. They launched the second version of the website, logo, and business cards. Shortly thereafter they got an LLC. Nis proceeded to slip a business card into every pocket within 20 miles of Brandeis, and Yair took it worldwide to Israel.New Card TIWW Twitter
OH WAIT, SITES NEED VISITORS?
It wasn't long before TIWW clients realized that a site was useless without having traffic driven to it. Fulfilling their civic duty, Nis and Yair split the services accordingly, with Yair to exclusively focus on technical services, and Nis to sign up for online crash-courses to catch up on 21st century marketing. The team also added Raquel Schreiber (Harvard '15) to help with content marketing, and Ruben Waldman (Penn '15) to assist with technical research. TIWW is now a full-service creative agency and is a champion of inbound marketing.Email Newsletter 1 Email Newsletter 2 Email Newsletter 3 NCT Facebook Landing Page Meet to Marry Facebook page NCT Twitter Page Gambatria Twitter Page Meet to Marry Twitter Page NCT Ad Landing Page
SAVING LIVES, NBD.
Although Take It Worldwide had worked with the safety technologies company New Line Safety in the past, the summer of 2011 saw a reinvigoration in the form of an extensive rebranding of the company. Three newly designed websites went up within a few months, two of them replete with built-in ecommerce functionality. TIWW took on extra roles as lead marketers for the fire retardant and slip-resistant coating supplier and helped represent the company at an industry trade show. Yair serves to this day as a partner in the firm, as well.Ceasefire Technology Durabak New Line Safety LLC
THE KIDS THESE DAYS
Handing out business cards certainly made a difference. The word on the street was that TIWW subsidized projects for teen start-ups, and sometimes provided venture marketing as well. Despite the hipster design, Nis and Yair denounce any assumed correlation or endorsement.post:dogma author page post:dogma post Mans Cookbook WeCookSocial Home Page WeCookSocial Blog WeCookSocial Event
THE APEX OF TiWW DESIGN
As our company name propogated throughout the twittersphere, we got more and more inquiries. Our final two sites were for a popular pizza store and Steven Spielberg's Children of Chernobyl charity.EJs Place Children of Chernobyl
After 17 months of business development, we finally raised $75,000 and put together a kickass engineering squad to pursue our brainchild, Hublished Inc. We don't know where this journey will take us, but we sure as hell can't wait to find out.Hublished