“It’s given me an holistic perspective on what different people desire sonically.” Guru’s music startup, Era of the Engineer, will assist with the new role, which came about after Guru had worked with The Marketing Arm on a project with AT&T. “My team, Era of the Engineer, constantly has their ear to the streets,” he said. “We consider ourselves sociologists, and my team and I talk every day about what is driving our culture.” Curriculum Vitae Producer, DJ, engineer, 1996 – present Engineers and produces live shows for artists like Jay Z and Alicia Keys. Nominated for two Grammy Awards for his work with Common and Jhene Aiko. http://traininginterview.adafire.org/2017/01/15/some-practical-ideas-on-rudimentary-selection-for-physician-products/DJs around the world for clubs, private events and exclusive corporate sets for brands like Google and AT&T. Collaborated with Gatorade (to see what impact sound has on athletes) and BMW Design Group. Co-founder, Era of the Engineer, 2011 The social enterprise and advisory startup builds relationships between musicians and businesses. The Era of the Engineer Tour creator, 2013 Visited 13 colleges, including MIT, Cornell and NYU, to explain the creativity and problem-solving skills needed for engineering. Partnered with Hewlett-Packard and The Recording Academy for “The Era of the Engineer,” which was the Grammy’s first educational tour. Job Profile As The Marketing Arm’s chief music strategist, Young Guru will work with the agency to find ways that brands can collaborate with artists through the production and advisory arm of Era of the Engineer.
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(AP Photo/Jared Wickerham) More PITTSBURGH (AP) — The worst season in franchise history won’t cost Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson his job. If anything, owner Jimmy Haslam is doubling down on his bet that Jackson, general manager Sashi Brown and the rest of the front office are the right people to turn things around. The revolving door that’s been an offseason fixture since Haslam bought the team in 2012 is stopping, even after a 27-24 overtime loss to the backup-laden Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday that left the Browns an NFL-worst 1-15. ”Clearly not an acceptable year,” Haslam said. ”Really since we bought the team, it’s totally unacceptable performance, which as ownership we’ll take the entire blame for.” And not, Haslam stressed, Jackson or Brown, both of whom were brought in last winter to revive a team that’s 15-49 over the past four seasons. ”Could not be more pleased with the job Hue and the staff are doing,” Haslam said. ”You wouldn’t think this was a 1-14 team with the way this team was out there battling (today). Really pleased with Hue and really pleased with our personnel group. I think we have the right people in place.” If not the right results. At least, not yet. Their final game of 2016 looked an awful lot like the 15 that came before it: flashes of competence undone by questionable play-calling and occasionally bad luck.
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