Want to talk about your business, a marketing strategy, or develop a plan to keep you moving forward? Book a 1-on-1 using the form below to reserve and schedule a session during thINCubator Office Hours.

Appointments can be made up to 7 days ahead using the form below. Select the date/time you want to meet and provide us with some context of what you want to cover or what we should prepare. Your time is valuable so let’s make the most of it.

After booking, you’ll receive an email confirmation with all the details. Let’s build something amazing together!

Services

We’re happy to meet with you in person here at thINC or virtually using Skype, Google Hangouts or FaceTime. Please select the desired service below and whether you want to meet virtually or in person.

Intro to thINC (30 min):

If it’s your first time working with thINC – start here. We’ll give you the inside scoop on our services, learn about your needs for your business and see how we can help.

Rapid Fire Update (15 min):

15-minute check-in for your business. Need to pick our brain, provide a progress update or just get some pressing questions answered? This service is for you. *Must be an existing thINC client.

1-on-1 Tactical (1 hr):

Need help in a specific area of your business? Book a solid hour hashing through tasks that need get done or work on goal setting to make progress faster.

1-on-1 Progress Update (45 min):

Have you met with us before? Want accountability? Check in with progress updates and identify anchors in a 45 minute briefing.

Social Media & Design 101 (1 hr):

Don’t know where to start with Social Media or basic design? Let’s talk about some how-to’s and strategy.

Legal 1-on-1 Session (1 hr):

FREE Legal 1-on-1 with Taier Perlman from the Rural Law Initiative.

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Our Team
Ryan Miller

As long as I can remember, I’ve always had a huge appetite for building things. Well, not things, but ideas. Projects. Networks. Relationships. And now more than ever there is such an opportunity to share ideas, network with fascinating people and work together to produce something great. Long-term goals include using the web to bring together residents of communities to learn, interact, affect policy decisions, and affect change. Expert at taking technical problems and explaining them in plain English to ‘non-techies’. Specialties: Social Media, Web applications, Graphic Design, Web Development, bridge-building, small business marketing

Stacey Smith

A “Jill-of-all-trades” sums me up. Wearing the hat of Founder with my startup, Lilo Life, allows me to relate to your entrepreneurial journey. A few specialties: strategist, great with establishing budgets, an eye for design, and playing devil’s advocate, all in good ways, when it comes to refining an idea or while developing a product. Fueled by empowering others. I get pumped when I can help entrepreneurs break through the stages of fear. Organizing, implementing a process, and breaking down overarching goals into attainable tasks is definitely an area I like to play in as well. If you’re fine-tuning a pitch or need assistance with refining your message, let’s talk. If you’re familiar with the Gallup EP10, here are my top 4: Selling, Disruptor, Delegator, Knowledge

Interim Mentor(s)
Taier Perlman, Esq.
Legalprenuer/ Legal Mentor

Taier is a lawyer, artist, problem solver, great listener and a friend. As a creative herself, she gets the dynamic reality of start-ups, and caters her legal advice to be responsive, digestible, and empowering. Nothing gets her more excited than how excited entrepreneurs are about their ventures. It is her honor to support them. Taier is at the thINCubator bimonthly—first Tuesday and third Thursday of each month. If you’d like to meet with her, please schedule an appointment AND fill out this intake form.

 

Taier Perlman, Esq., leads the Rural Law Initiative; there she combines her passion for counseling entrepreneurs and small businesses with her love for sustainable agriculture and farm-fresh food. A graduate of Brooklyn Law School (located in her hometown), Ms. Perlman focused her studies on dispute resolution and legal counseling, working with diverse NYC-based start-ups. In an unconventional post-bar exam trip, she worked on a biodiverse organic farm, where she developed a deep appreciation for the agrarian lifestyle. After litigating cases in New York City courts, she moved to Albany to pick up the reins of the Rural Law Initiative, where she legally supports entrepreneurs, businesses, and farmers in rural New York. Ms. Perlman enjoys meditating, mountain hiking, volunteering on farms, and working on her various art projects.