Alex Coren Accepted into Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC)

Alex Coren, YEC Member

This recognition solidifies the work we’ve done in the healthcare industry and the traction of the Compassionate Care Movement, led by Carepostcard and Wambi.

Alex Coren, CEO of Carepostcard and Co-founder of healthcare technology company Wambi, has been accepted into the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only community for the world’s most successful entrepreneurs 40 and younger.

Coren joins other hand-selected YEC members, including the founders of high-growth companies like 2U, Threadless, Rent the Runway, ContextMedia, Red Mango and HootSuite, to become part of a curated network of successful peers and get access to a variety of exclusive benefits and resources, including personal brand building and publishing opportunities on top business outlets, curated networking and peer-to-peer support, volume discounts on business services, and invitation-only events and VIP experiences.

Members of YEC, called “one of America’s most successful communities for business professionals” by Entrepreneur, get access to the people, benefits and resources they need to continue growing their businesses – and a dedicated member concierge who acts as an extension of their own team, providing personalized one-on-one support. In addition to concierge-level support and exclusive benefits, they become part of a carefully curated network of North America’s most successful young business owners.

“To be accepted into YEC means more connections to smart, driven, likeminded people who can help propel our business forward,” says Coren. “This recognition solidifies the work we’ve done in the healthcare industry and the traction of the Compassionate Care Movement, led by…

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