Ejovi was one Businessweeks top 25 young entrepreneurs in 2005

Ejovi was one of Businessweeks 10 most talented young entrepreneurs. Ejovi Nuwere grew up impoverished in the Bed-Sty section of Brooklyn. After watching a close friend gunned down as a teenager and his mother succumb to drugs, Nuwere began searching for an escape and found it in technology. The Boston Globe said of Nuwere’s autobiography Hacker Cracker, Ejovi Nuwere:

Horatio Alger never accomplished so much in so little time.
His very first job

By the age of 15 Nuwere had become a computer security professional working for an Internet Service Provider in Manhattan, at 21 he was already an accomplished security expert working for one of the world’s major investment bank.
Nuwere has appeared as a commentator CNN and NPR and has been featured or quoted in Wired, Boston Globe and MSNBC.

FACT: While in high school Nuwere was a student at Professional Performing Artist School and majored in acting and musical theater

  • 2008 – 2013¬†Founder, Land Rush Group A digital media and contents company based in Tokyo
  • 2008 – 2012¬†Special Advisor for Operations and Digital Media, The Japan Times Currently leading its digital strategy.
  • 2007 – 2008 General Manager Columbia Music Entertainment, Leading their R&D group and founder of their OtoRevo SNS.
  • 2004 – 2009¬†Founder, Chairman SecurityLab Technologies, VoIP Security Company.
  • 2007 – Present Board of Directors MOUSE, a non-profit organization that educates students and supports technology in education.
  • 2005 – Selected by business week as one of America’s top 25 young entrepreneurs.
  • 2005 – 2006 Founding CEO of FON (USA) a wireless router and hotspot company.