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Nave ’02 Featured

Justin Nave ’02 was recently featured in the Referral Exchange Network (REN) newsletter. According to its Web site, REN is “a business network, connecting entrepreneurs and professionals together to exchange ideas, information, and opportunities.”

The March issue of REN’s newsletter featured Nave’s bio as the “Story of the month.” It notes his activities and accomplishments while at Hobart, including speaking “on behalf of HWS student body to first woman Secretary of State Madeleine Albright at the Elizabeth Blackwell Award Ceremony.”

Nave earned a B.A. in English and individual studies. He was a member of the Hobart Student Government and the Statesmen lacrosse team while a student. He is currently the membership director for ITEX, an organized trade barter exchange.

The full story follows.

Referral Exchange Network
Story of the month

Justine Nave W/ITEX

Justin Nave was born near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Connecticut. Growing up in New England, Nave discovered a love for playing Ice Hockey and Lacrosse. Through hard work and determination at Avon Old Farms (an all boys preparatory high school) Nave earned acceptance into Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York.

While at HWS, Nave had the opportunity to play Division I Lacrosse against some of the top schools in the country. Nave was elected Student Body President his junior year at HWS. As President, Nave accomplished many feats which include the rewriting a 30 year old school constitution, having the chance to meet various political figures, and presented a gift and spoke on behalf of HWS student body to first woman Secretary of State Madeleine Albright at the Elizabeth Blackwell Award Ceremony.

After graduating with a double major in English and Photography, Nave traveled the country for the next three years doing photography and marketing for Vantine Imaging, the largest national composite photography company servicing Greek and academic organizations. At Vantine Imaging, Nave earned training positions and top sales numbers.

In 2005, Nave made the cross country move to Los Angeles. There he continued a short stint as a photographer and various other jobs until he accepted the Membership Director position with ITEX, an organized trade and barter exchange. Within the first two fiscal years Nave was on board with ITEX, he brought the most new clients to ITEX over all 95 ITEX offices in North America.

ITEX is great for businesses in any economy, but especially now when they are seeking ways to keep old customers and create new sales. The ITEX Membership Trading Community is comprised of small business owners that are looking to fill unused capacity. ITEX helps members turn their downtime and excess inventory into additional revenue they can use with over 24,000 other businesses in North America in order to conserve their cash output and increase their bottom line. ITEX business does not replace cash it is in addition to cash.

For more information on ITEX and how to become a member, contact:

Justin H. Nave |
O: 800.649.1229 | C: 860.888.8751