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Stronger than the Storm

New Jersey Native successfully brings economic growth to Jersey City Community

December 14, 2013 (Newark, NJ)- Young entrepreneur and New Jersey Native, Khoa Dinh Le, far exceeded his initial business earnings from $30, 000 to a half a million dollar business in just two years, bringing job creation and economic growth to the Jersey City community. He was one of the 14 honored by the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) network on Friday December 13, 2013 at the Forsgate Country Club, Monroe Township at their annual Small Business Growth Awards Luncheon.

After working many years at a large accounting firm, Khoa decided to put his original passion in the arts to work. As a graduate from Rutgers University majoring in Music, Khoa D. Le decided to take his artistic talent towards a different direction into film and video production. His zealous nature made him research ways to build his business plan from the bottom up. He found the New Jersey Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) to be a huge support in attaining his goals along with the New Jersey Business Incubation Network (NJBIN). Chief operating officer and associate director Deborah Smarth recognized the vision and hard work of start up companies, such as KVibe, and stated, "With guidance from NJSBDC experts they achieved great benchmarks for their business in serving their respective markets." "This is a great success story and accomplishment," added Brenda Hopper, NJSBDC CEO.

By January 2012, Khoa was able to establish the office of Kvibe Productions in Jersey City, just blocks away from his home, which offers full-service video and multimedia production for small and large companies throughout the Tri-State area. Its success allowed KVibe to tap into another avenue - the wedding industry. Under the name of "Live Picture Studios" (LPS), which creates distinguishable cinematic wedding films, it was able to commit to over eighty weddings within its first year of operation thereby creating more than a hundred jobs for the year in 2013. Live Picture Studios has been the driving revenue and job creation mechanism for KVibe, and has assisted the company's growth within its first year of establishment.

Khoa's unique vision for his company and passion for helping others has kept his entrepreneurial spirit in an ambitious but humble state. Khoa feels, "It's simply about making a difference in people's lives. My ultimate dream is to leave behind a legacy of inspiration that other people can draw on and make their own dreams come true."

To interview Khoa D. Le about his success and entrepreneurship with the help of New Jersey Business Development Center and the New Jersey Incubation Network, contact Bill Herndon at 646-489-5887 or email Further information about Kvibe Productions can be viewed on the company's website: