Nick Martell is passionate about entrepreneurship globally — He is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of MarketSnacks (www.marketsnacks.com), the ultimate daily email newsletter and media company making Wall Street headlines quick, clear, and entertaining for Millennials. He is also currently pursuing an MBA from Wharton combined with an MPP degree from Harvard Kennedy School.
MarketSnacks has been featured in Fortune, Business Insider, Inc., Fortune, and more, and Nick makes regular TV appearances on CBS, Nasdaq, and Cheddar as a voice for Millennials on business. Nick and Co-Founder Jack Kramer were selected by Forbes as “2018 30 Under 30” recipients, representing “the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers.” He is also a thought leader on “side hustle entrepreneurship” and the Millennial workplace.
Prior to business school (and while scaling MarketSnacks), Nick’s day job was as a Manager for Latin America & Europe at non-profit Endeavor Global, where he helped high-impact entrepreneurs access capital, talent, mentors, and markets worldwide. He also worked in Endeavor’s South Africa affiliate as a Manager developing the office’s Fintech portfolio and pipeline. Before Endeavor, Nick was an Investment Analyst at UBS, working with institutional clients in asset management on securities-backed lending deals.
Nick graduated from Brown University in 2011 with a degree in American History and played on the Division I varsity men’s lacrosse team, earning the Dom Starsia Coaches’ Award as a senior. Before college, Nick studied Italian and political science in Florence, Italy, while volunteering at a local olive farm. Proudly born and raised in New York City, he enjoys exploring new bakeries, home-brewing creative craft ales, and surviving his midnight ice hockey league.
Host Dan Loney is joined by Nicolas Martell (Co-Founder & Co-CEO, MarketSnacks), Ray Tsao (Founder & CEO, Covendis, Pour Your Cup), Caren Sinclair-Kay (President, Dormify), and Rebecca Madsen (Chief Consumer Officer, United Healthcare) on the Friday, May 17, 2019 edition of Knowledge@Wharton.