Igor's entrepreneurial journey started with SupplyNow, a regional purchasing collective that uses software to save restaurants food and money on their ingredient reordering.
Igor's background in accounting and strong tax skills motivated him to start his own tax practice, Tutelman Tax. Igor focuses on helping small businesses and other self-employed entrepreneurs navigate the complicated tax code and planning to ensure they minimize their tax liability while remaining compliant.
Igor recently had the opportunity to join the hosts of Weatherhead School of Management's exclusive podcast series, What Really Matters with hosts Alyssa Marynowski and Connor Reider. It was a lovely discussion and we covered everything from unconventional career paths to entrepreneurship to self-auditing and being a sponge. Check out the episode through one the links below:
Igor recently facilitated a discussion with Ukrainian entrepreneurs through the Veale Institute. They discussed the impact that Russia's recent invasion has on their jobs, companies, lives, and families. This was a heart-breaking discussion but a wonderful dialogue. For more information on how to support the people of Ukraine, please visit this link.
Igor recently facilitated a discussion with Case Western Reserve University Alumni on entrepreneurship through the Veale Institute. They discussed their recent company sale and different virtues and values that helped them become so successful.
At CES 2021, Igor discussed innovations in an age-old technology with PlugHitz speaker, Christopher Jordan.