Tyler discusses Youngstown’s attempt to reinvent itself as a technology center in “Semper Youngstown,” published in Inc. Magazine May 10, 2010.
“Youngstown is a laboratory. There’s not a lot of restrictions and bureaucracy. You can make a difference without a lot of effort.”
“We’re urban pioneers,” he told me. “We’re trying to bring a city back from the dead, and Youngstown needs so much.” Clark writes a blog, Youngstown Renaissance, that advocates for a livable Youngstown. (“For God’s sake,” he writes, “no more surface parking lots.”) As a member of the group Resettle Youngstown, he takes care of vacant houses, boarding up the windows and doors to keep vandals out, and every so often, at the Lemon Grove Cafe, he emcees Thinkers and Drinkers, a casual powwow that sees locals sipping pints as they hash over questions like, How can we get Youngstown State students more involved in the community? When I went one night, he began with caution. “Complaining is OK,” he said, “but I don’t want this to turn into a bitch session.”
You can read the full article here—http://www.inc.com/magazine/20100501/semper-youngstown.html.
I was thrilled Monday to share a presentation on social media with the Cleveland Arts Education Consortium at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The venue is fantastic, and the staff are warm and welcoming. The Foster Theater, which typically features the concert film U23D, is outfitted with all the modern technology you would
Thursday, July 26, 2012 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Registration Fee: $10 New Offices of The Raymond John Wean Foundation Let’s face it. There’s a lot of noise out there in social media. How do you compete with 200 million Tweets sent per day and 72 million links shared per day on Facebook? Tyler Clark
One word continues to crop up in discussions about doing business online and capturing sales leads through websites: social. More than any other shift in how businesses operate, online social networks are the new yardstick against which businesses and organizations must recalibrate their sales and marketing operations. “I gave probably a half-dozen presentations on social
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (Jan. 26, 2011) — Despite a challenging economy, revenues at Tyler Clark Consulting increased more than 150% during 2010, growing the company in its second year from one individual to a team of six. In the process, the firm has served a broad range of businesses and organizations throughout the Valley, even receiving
CLEVELAND, Ohio (Nov. 22, 2010) — Tyler S. Clark, owner of Tyler Clark Consulting in Youngstown, is featured in the “One 2 Watch” column in the November/December issue of Inside Business, a business publication based here. Clark tells the magazine that improving business conditions in the Mahoning Valley have boosted volume among many small businesses,