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Past Appearances: Happen To Your Career Podcast, The Commando Coach Show (BonBon Networks), NYU Entrepreneurial Institute / Wasserman Center, General Assembly, The Muse, the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University, Young Jewish Professionals of Brooklyn, Chabad of the Bowery, JCC of Manhattan, among others.
Subject Matter: Figuring Out Your Life's Best Work, How to Get Into a Stop Startup, Hiring and Retaining Top Millennial Talent, What Do Millennials Really Want?, The Language of Opportunity for Startup Founders
Yuri Kruman is a trusted business, career and life coach and professional strategist based in New York. As Member of the Forbes Career Council and CEO / Founder of Master The Talk Career Consulting, he has helped Millennial entrepreneurs and professionals of all industries (with a focus on health tech and fintech) to establish, grow and scale their businesses and careers, building confidence and understanding along the way.
Since 2013, Yuri has shared his expertise through speaking engagements (talks, panels, seminars) and empowered people with the knowledge they need to build successful businesses and careers.
He has worked with and consulted for seemingly every sector of the professional world, from tech startups to multinational banks, pharmaceutical companies, law and academia—experience he now brings to help individuals set clear goals toward career advancement.
Yuri has helped build venture-backed health tech startups (Maxwell Health, Liazon, Baby Doctor), consulted large banks and hedge funds (Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Fortress Investment Group), as well as worked in law (various large law firms) and academia (NYU).
Yuri is likewise a well-published author and health tech entrepreneur. He’s been featured on Inc., Fast Company, BBC, Time, PBS, Thought Catalog, Lifehack.org, WorkAwesome and CareerHeads. Yuri blogs on careers, consumer psychology, health and productivity at BlueprintToThrive.com. He has worked in healthcare, finance and law.
Yuri has published two novels of fiction, poetry and various essays and op-eds. He lives with his wife and two children in New York.