If there was a slogan for Nick, it would be "scratching an entrepreneurial itch in hard to reach places."
Starting his first business at the age of 16, Nick is truly an entrepreneur at heart. Born as a farm boy, Nick has a rich heritage in entrepreneurship and a firm understanding of hard work. He has started and grown several companies and is passionate about seeing others do the same.
Nick has founded or co-founded no less than 7 startups. in 1999 (at 16) he opened an eBay store. In 2005 he started consulting as "Carter & Co." In 2006 he co-founded AgentGrade.org. All of these businesses closed.
Nick's a slow learner. But he does learn.
In 2008, he launched AddressTwo and became a MIRA finalist for fastest-growing Indiana tech company. In 2009, he launched BeTweeted and sold it for cash. In 2011, he made history with Meat the Rabbit, Indiana's first state-inspected rabbit meat processor. In 2013, Nick co-founded Husk and brought locally grown sweet corn to market. Husk was successfully acquired in 2015 by an organic farming operation.
Today, Nick is working on his latest tech startup in the food industry: MarketWagon.com, where his passion and tech skills coalesce to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets.
Well, he has a website about himself, so, of course he likes to talk. The only saving grace is that he's good at it.
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