A Serial Entrepreneur's Next Big Bet
Howard Tullman has built more than a dozen businesses in the last 40 years. His latest, Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, is a for-profit digital arts vocational school.
Enrollment at Howard Tullman's newest business venture, Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, has increased six-fold since it was founded in 2007.
Tullman likes to see students collaborate and bring media ideas to life. Both are also good for business.
Tullman describes the path that led him to start Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, a digital-age vocational school.
At Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, Howard Tullman is creating a lasting impact for students (and generating revenue too).
How Howard Tullman keeps his team (and himself) pumped.
"You know you're going to screw up, you just learn to manage it," Tullman says.
The most emotional--and fun--times for Howard Tullman are when he launches new products and businesses.
Tullman talks about how he builds an exciting constantly-changing environment for Tribeca Flashpoint Academy students--and employees.
Innovation is as much about invention as it is about process improvements, shortcuts, and better systems.
Usually it's the most challenging decisions that wind up on Howard Tullman's desk.
Tullman enjoys building businesses and family above all.
Even if serial entrepreneur Howard Tullman "retired," his plate would be full with collecting art, reading, and teaching.
Tullman describes his childhood home as both competitive and committed to excellence.
Serial entrepreneur Howard Tullman quotes a leadership tenet written on a work of art in his collection.
Howard Tullman, founder of Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, a digital media vocational school, describes why he loves being an entrepreneur, despite the many challenges.
Walk through Tullman's press room dedicated to 40 years of coverage of his business ventures and success.
Serial entrepreneur Howard Tullman describes the history of the 1,300 works of art that make up his collection.
As chief executive of Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, Howard Tullman works 80 to 100 hours each week to prepare digital media students for the real world.
At his for-profit school, the key metric Howard Tullman focuses on is student enrollment.
Howard Tullman and his team at Tribeca Flashpoint Academy work hard to prepare digital arts students for a very uncertain but exciting future.