Joel Landau in the Press 2018-08-30T18:54:57+00:00

Joel Landau in the Press

A highly dynamic business leader, Joel Landau has a proven success record in creating companies that improve health care delivery and insurance processes for health plans, their members, and medical providers servicing communities. Joel Landau is also an accomplished thought leader in the press. His articles tackle the complex issues of healthcare, entrepreneurship, and caring for the aging population. His articles have been featured in publications such as CNBC, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Score, Thrive Global, AlleyWatch, Startup Nation, and Patch.

Published Press

FORBES, July 24, 2018

How to Grow Your Current Business While Saving For The Next

Hopeful serial entrepreneurs face a difficult challenge: starting a new business while their existing company is still in need of time, money, and attention. According to Joel Landau, with the right strategies, founders can save for their next company without starving their first of any of the resources it needs to be successful.  >>Read More.

FORBES, July 6, 2018

How Serial Entrepreneurs Can Raise Multiple Businesses

For serial entrepreneurs, companies can be a lot like children. While several companies may come from the same founder, they all have unique needs, will develop on their own schedules, and reach independence and profitability in their own time (if at all). Joel Landau notes that, by making sure you understand the unique needs of your companies, you can “raise” each according to their distinct needs.  >>Read More.

ENTREPRENEUR, June 29, 2018

Everyone Is Getting Lonelier. Here’s How Entrepreneurs Are Helping to Reverse the Trend.

The world has a loneliness epidemic on its hands, and it is worse for some demographics more than others. While the government can and should address this issue, which has been compared to a health crisis, Joel Landau believes that the private sector is also able to help alleviate loneliness through business and innovation. >>Read More.

STARTUP NATION, June 22, 2018

High-Level or Hands-On? How Smart Entrepreneurs Strike a Balance

Running a company takes high-level management as well as hands-on knowledge of what happens every day. It can be difficult for entreprneneurs to strike a balance, especially as small companies grow into larger ones, time wears thin, and CEOs choose to delegate hands-on tasks. Joel Landau believes that those who find a way to do both will be most successful in the long run. >>Read More.

SCORE, April 30, 2018

10 Useless Business Hacks That Every Entrepreneur Can Ignore

Joel Landau knows that not all business hacks you read about on the internet will actually save you time or improve your productivity, If you’re entrepreneur with a business at stake, you can’t afford to waste time on anything bogus, unproven, or plain inefficient — here are ten you can avoid.  >>Read More.

FORBES, April 17, 2018

Six Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Alexander Hamilton

Founding Father Alexander Hamilton has a legacy greater than the musical named after him. In fact, the nation’s first treasurer possessed many skills that today’s entrepreneurs can learn from. Joel Landau believes that you can benefit from similar philosophies whether you are founding a nation and founding a company. >>Read More.

SCORE, February 27, 2018

How to Grow Your Business With Retirement in Mind

Joel Landau knows that growing a business can be challenging. So, too, can growing your own retirement savings and helping your employees do the same. With the right strategies, you can build a business that is condusive to your own retirement goals and that of your associates. >>Read More.

FORBES, February 27, 2018

Why You Should Let Your ‘Brilliant’ Business Ideas Die

Not all business ideas are brilliant, and even some that are won’t make it. For entrepreneurs like Joel Landau, the key is knowing when to let these ideas die and how to tell when they are worth following. The difference is worth knowing, and as long as you don’t get too attached you will be in good shape to keep testing until you get things right.  >>Read More.

ALLEYWATCH, February 23, 2018

Your Ideas Aren’t Your Babies (Sometimes They Need to Die)

Not all business ideas are brilliant, and even some that are won’t make it. For entrepreneurs, like Joel Landau, the key is knowing when to let these ideas die and how to tell when they are worth following. The difference is worth knowing, and as long as you don’t get too attached you will be in good shape to keep testing until you get things right.  >>Read More.

THRIVE GLOBAL, February 14, 2018

The Community-Minded Entrepreneur: Why Being Neighborly Is Good for Business.

A company is always in a community, but it is always of a community? Being “neighborly” through community involvement and respect go a long way in business. Joel Landau believes that companies, like plants and people and so many other things, will thrive best when they become part of the environment they live in.  >>Read More.

THRIVE GLOBAL, February 14, 2018

3 Ways Your Business Can “Pay it Forward”

Corporate Responsibility means “paying it forward,” the benefits of which have been well-documented. Joel Landau believes that engaging in this practice is almost always an excellent investment. Whether you have a “pay it forward” day or adopt a charity, there are many ways your company can give back and get a great return.  >>Read More.

SCORE, January 2, 2018

Hire People Who Argue, And Be Wary of Yes Men

It’s important for the people you hire to be willing to do their job well and execute your vision. But it’s also important for them to be able to challenge you and provide new perspectives that help you and your company grow. Joel Landau knows that there are a lot of “yes men” in the world, but if you hire people willing to argue about the things that matter, you will set your business up for success. >>Read More.

ALLEYWATCH, December 28, 2017

Want To Get Ahead? Make Waking Up at 4AM the First Item on Your To-Do List

Some of history’s greatest innovators and go-getters share a common trait: they woke up early. Everyone has their own magic number, but Joel Landau suggests making waking up at 4 AM the first item on your to-do list. With an early start, the day is yours to conquer.  >>Read More.

SCORE, November 17, 2017

You Don’t Have to Be First to Win

Sometimes slow and steady really does win the race! Historically, not everyone who is first to market ends up with the most success, and it is often because they were hasty or had no competition to learn from. Joel Landau knows that timing really is everything; entrepreneurs should be cautious but fierce and able to act when the moment is right, even if it takes some time and observation.  >>Read More.

CNBC, October 3, 2017

Health-care dilemma: 10,000 boomers retiring each day

With 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, and counting, the elderly population in America is growing rapidly. Is the healthcare industry prepared for this influx? Joel Landau believes that with the right businesses, programs, policies and priorities, it could be.  >>Read More.

PATCH, September 22, 2017

Healthcare Businessman Joel Landau Offers Advice To New York Entrepreneurs

Starting a business in New York City is far from easy. Healthcare entrepreneur Joel Landau offers advice to up-and-coming entrepreneurs in eldercare and beyond in a Q & A with Ideamensch.  >>Read More

SCORE, September 19, 2017

How to Identify Business Opportunity in Underserved Markets

Joel Landau knows that underserved markets represent an opportunity for savvy entrepreneurs to target new and useful products and services to those that need them moth. Here’s how to find these underserved markets and parse out the business opportunities.  >>Read More.

PATCH, July, 27, 2017

Are You an Aging Resident of NYC? The Allure Group’s Joel Landau Has Advice For You.

New York City is aging quickly along with the rest of America and the world. But many NYC seniors have unique needs, including its Chinese population. Joel Landau’s company, The Allure Group, caters to these seniors by keeping their culture, comfort, and quality of life in mind every step of the way.  >>Read More.

SCORE, July, 2, 2017

7 Pieces of Advice for Aspiring Healthcare Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship in the healthcare industry may just be more important than ever. But it’s a complex industry with many regulations worth understanding before you get your feet wet. Learn what successful healthcare entrepreneur Joel Landau thinks you need to know to succeed in this industry.  >>Read More.

PATCH, June 30, 2017

Joel Landau on Healthcare Cost Efficiency and Healthcare Real Estate in NYC

Healthcare costs in America are among the highest in the world, and the burden often is on the most vulnerable populations among us. Joel Landau believes that streamlining processes would make healthcare more efficient, reducing costs and creating a system we can all benefit from in New York City and beyond.  >>Read More.

PATCH, April 12, 2017

Joel Landau on Baby Boomers Aging

Baby Boomers are aging swiftly and the health and eldercare industries need to catch up fast. Companies like Joel Landau’s Allure Group intend to create quality-focused spaces and processes that prioritize the needs of the growing senior population in New York City. It is vital that the industry at large do so as well.  >>Read More.