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Deb Denenberg

Deb Denenberg Deb began her career at the Upstairs Dinner Theater in Omaha, Nebraska, as producer/general manager of this live professional theater. The turnaround of the Upstairs became the subject of a Harvard Business School case study titled Lyric, Inc. In 1989, Deborah joined the Broadway producers Dodger Productions where she created and built Big League Theatricals, an industry leader that produces, books, and general manages national tours of Broadway shows. Representative productions include: Guys and Dolls, The Secret Garden, Into the Woods, Driving Miss Daisy, and The Who´s Tommy, to date the most profitable production of this multimedia Broadway musical. In 1990, Deb co-founded Blackberry Technologies Inc., an Internet software-outsourcing company. She left her theatrical career in 1997 to devote full time to Blackberry which was acquired by Plural in April 2000. Deb now teaches entrepreneurship. She serves on the board of advisors of start-up companies and consults through her firm The Dandelion Group Inc.