Corey Kupfer is a Strategist, Negotiator and Dealmaker – Entrepreneur, Consultant, Attorney, Speaker and Author. He is committed to inspiring authenticity in business. Corey has been a successful entrepreneur since the age of 15. He has been negotiating professionally for over 30 years and, according to his mother, non-professionally since he could talk. He has also been advising on, structuring and negotiating deals for over three decades and building authentic business relationships for even longer. His book “Authentic Negotiating” will be published in 2016 and an on-line course of the same name will be released in 2016 as well.
As a member of the New York Chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization since 2008, a Board Member since 2010, and Chapter President from July 2013 – June 2015, Corey has been a passionate advocate and leader in the entrepreneurial space. Corey is a frequent speaker and workshop leader at entrepreneurial, business and securities industry conferences and events and on college campuses and in community groups on many topics including Authentic Negotiating, Authentic Deal-Making, Building Authentic Business Relationships and Authentic Conversations About Difference. He also speaks on corporate structuring, entity and platform design, mergers and acquisitions, entrepreneurship, visioning and planning, employee attraction and retention vehicles and succession planning and implementation. In 2011, New York Enterprise Report honored Corey at its Best Accountants and Attorneys for Growing Businesses Awards with its General Corporate Law and Attorney of the Year awards.
In addition to EO, Corey has been active in many non-profit and public interest organizations. For example, he was a member of the Board of Directors of Coro New York Leadership Center, an organization dedicated to civic involvement that trains future leaders in the private, public and non-profit sectors, and chaired its annual dinner from 2003 – 2005. He was a co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of 1+1+1=ONE, an organization committed to using art and civic dialogue for positive social change in the areas of race relations and young women’s empowerment and the creator of the Authentic Conversations About Race project. For many years, he was a leader of the New York community of The Hunger Project, an organization that empowers people to end their own hunger.
Twitter – @coreykupfer
Book – https://www.amazon.com/Authentic-Negotiating-Clarity-Detachment-Equilibrium/dp/1599325950
Personal Site – http://coreykupfer.com