Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Charlie Puth didn’t become famous overnight. For several years, Puth used simple tools — his voice, a video camera, Youtube — to build a following online. He started writing theme songs as a side hustle, and used the money from those jingles to buy more equipment.
He did what most entrepreneurs do: he used the tools available to him to create added value. He didn’t reinvent the wheel. He just found his niche within it.
Puth’s entrepreneurial spirit made him the perfect headliner for Global Citizen’s first-ever Accelerator Series concert, presented by Cadillac.
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The event, which took place Tuesday at the Cadillac House in New York City, celebrated those who “dare to drive change,” and presented the Accelerator Award — a $10,000 grant for entrepreneurs who are creating change
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