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Before we return to the debate over immigration let's celebrate a success story.
40% of America's biggest companies were founded by immigrants when your kids.
Apple but -- from Colgate IBM McDonald's in the high tech field at 60%.
Google Yahoo! and all that.
Well she'll look come bodies new companies.
May be the next -- -- success.
I don't know but she's already earning millions and ink magazine called her one of America's coolest young entrepreneur or -- Why -- you a cool young entrepreneur who.
I don't know why you -- you didn't think billion -- to bring our.
It's really I believe like most -- for Karzai I -- carded in death -- I like making things happen.
Your company -- -- Z and marketing group you advise companies on using social media rights of the marketing zanger for a full service web marketing farm.
And you hit you went to school in the -- he came here when you were eight years old.
Your -- nine years old your -- drove a cab to your mom worked in -- dry cleaning shop.
My parents left sat.
-- And if you worked very hard you know we lived in small apartment -- from having lots of family surrounding me being doted on by the by grandparents to being a latchkey kids.
And is responsible for my younger sister I had to make sure she was -- that she was safe gotten up from school -- because my parents working a full time different and be home.
-- after school was over so whatever I fed her as long as it was you know she was OK first chips that sick whatever -- the vendor name.
Is she alive she likes -- she's well she's driving so I I did something right.
And we will where have your parents work work ethic as a kid that they were may be different from.
The parents of the other kids in the school yeah I don't think so my parents working much harder -- then some of the parents and my my friends.
He would just they'd wake up really are leaving would come home late at night just so grateful to be curative they were willing to work hard and I never -- -- complain and I got a break.
Ridiculously long hours but I never saw him say this is too tough please just kind of embraced that knows about what the meaning of life.
And how were you different from your American peers this.
General sense of entitlement that my generation often gets and kids -- doing -- that -- -- -- -- I.
Little different than -- because they -- I solve what they didn't have and then you know compared to what I do hot big -- and much more grateful -- and so my peers and they didn't expect anything to be handed to me.
So when the recession hit in all these we all graduated and there -- no jobs out in the market certainly might industry didn't exist.
And out well I did it took me some tough but I really went out there I started my own -- I have a lot of that -- who graduated -- me who.
I still don't have jobs -- living.
-- their parents.
Who -- -- companies yes and were turned -- and you instead started her own thing you what you tried he went to companies and -- -- you could expand this thing with this thing called Twitter and they said.
This is your crazy.
But that's what they said social media as a fat he just didn't get it quite then.
This is very very early days and so we decided.
At 23 you really don't have much to lose and you know it's like parents they came here with absolutely nothing and be build something substantial -- you that he could be done.
Now you've got thirty people working for -- -- Americans American scaffold then and a book does end of social media marketing that's right yes I think -- -- about that.
Does is how to work with social media so.
Essence is you know people want to -- conversations they're looking for quality information they're looking for customer service -- like still looking to connect.
Work with that's rather than against it which is very the traditional way ET to market -- -- -- message out there push push push.
And instead if you really work -- social media kind of look at why these tools were created and go with the -- and it's a much more zen like experience.
Well I'm good luck -- I hope you become a billion dollar company thank you thank you Schumer.
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