Sawyer Howitt is an upcoming entrepreneur, visionary, philanthropist and the Project manager of Meriwether group.

Sawyer started working in the business world from a very young age. Although he is just a university student, he still has some brilliant business ideas that most adults would take a lifetime to come up with. The racquetball player is passionate about several issues that matter in any emerging business. These include customer care, branding, and giving back to the community.

Despite his young age, he still finds time to juggle work, university, playing racquetball for Portland Trailblazers, contributing to charities and running mentorship programs for women and youth. Sawyer unwinds by going fishing. The Lincoln High School graduate holds the opinion that launching a startup these days is quite easy. Some of the facts that facilitate this include; easy access to a small business loan. The fact that you can also get a small workplace with a short-term lease or combine your living and work space to save money has also made setting up a business easier.

Apart from the fact that you have to consider some vital points before you select a location for your business, you also have to look at crucial demographics in key American cities. The young entrepreneur has some cities in mind that will ensure that any business that millennial starts will be successful. These cities include:

⦁ Salt Lake City, Utah

⦁ San Francisco, California

⦁ Palo Alto, California

⦁ Austin, Texas

⦁ Denver, Colorado

⦁ Minneapolis, Minnesota

⦁ Santa Monica, California

⦁ Yorba Linda, California


Sawyer Howitt started working as the project manager of Meriwether group this year in January. His main role in this company is to advise the company on the different business strategies they can employ to develop it further. Previously the 17-year-old was working for RFID Checkout as a Business Strategy Analyst.

Sawyer Howitt attends the University of California, Berkeley and he hopes to graduate with a Consumer Economics degree in 2021. He is also very passionate about philanthropy and he has had the opportunity of taking part in various activities that fuel his positive causes. When he was in high school, Sawyer Howitt volunteered as a PSAS tutor and he specialized in tutoring Maths and Science.

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Every Business Needs Talk Fusion

Bob Reina, the proud founder of Talk Fusion, recently explained why every business needs to use Talk Fusion software. Bob gave this explanation in Tampa Bay on a morning television broadcast. Bob directly went into how the Talk Fusion software allows business owners to make videos of their products and send them to clients and potential clients. He also gave relief telling the audience and viewers that the Talk Fusion software comes with complete and easy instructions. These instructions will tell a business owner how to create videos, add voices and music to them, and send them out through email.


By name, Bob Reina discussed several businesses that have been using Talk Fusion for some time now, and all of these businesses either doubled or tripled in customers. Bob explained this is the science of people seeing the product in action rather than just reading about it. Bob also explained how one email will do the trick. Regardless of how long the video is, the Talk Fusion software will be able to condense the file so it can be sent directly to an email address without ever having to use a web cloud service. Learn more:


Talk Fusion got its start almost 15 years ago. Bob Reina wanted to reach out to his older family members better through email, and he wanted to do this by using videos. This was a disaster because his family members were not able to open the email majority of the time due to the file being too big. Moreover, Bob’s elderly family members did not have adequate knowledge in web-cloud applications. This pushed Bob Reina to build a platform where videos can be sent through email with no hassle in opening the file. Luckily, Bob was able to find over two dozen people who shared and even invested in his vision.