Last night, the Nashville Business Journal honored the finalists and winners of its annual Best in Business Awards.
EO Nashville member Arnie Malham and his company cj Advertising won the 26-100 employee category.
Five EO Nashville members also received recognition as finalists.
Below you can find clips of all finalists. Congratulations to all Best in Business honorees.
A couple EO Nashville members have been receiving media mentions left and right over the past few weeks.
Jason Moore, CEO of the health care data company Stratasan, was profiled as Startup America’s featured member of the day. Jason was also recently interviewed by the Nashville Business Journal to be included in an article about building Nashville’s tech community.
Jason’s business partner, Tod Fetherling, chairman of Stratasan, was asked by the Business Journal to weigh-in on the likelihood of a Google expansion in Nashville. EO Nashville member and President and CEO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, Michael Burcham, was also interviewed for the article.
The Evansville Courier & Press featured Stratasan’s startup story in an article titled, “Entrepreneurial spirit: Henderson native says business incubator could benefit this area.” Stratasan also provided “a comprehensive evaluation and assessment of community statistics, demographics and consumer behavior, assessment of community health data and evaluation of community surveys” to the Cumberland Medical Center, a fact recently covered by the Crossville Chronicle.
Darek Bell, owner/distiller of Corsair Artisan Distillery, had his Triple Smoke Whiskey featured in the latest Wine Spectator. Download the article (“Whiskeys_on_the_Wild_Side“) here.
Darek was also included in a Tennessean story on the burgeoning local whiskey and bourbon market. SouthComm Publications showed some more Corsair love: the Nashville Post wrote about Darek winning best whiskey at the American Distilling Institute, beating 240 other competitors, and the Nashville Scene Bites Blog profiled all of Corsair’s recent accolades.
Congratulations to both Jason and Darek.
Fashion expert Tim Gunn of Project Runway fame recently came to Nashville to tape an episode if his new show, The Revolution, at EO Nashville member Aimee Johns’ boutique Flavour / Flavour Men on Demonbreun Street.
Aimee Johns and Tim Gunn in Aimee's Nashville store
The episode will air Thursday, April 26 on ABC.
Congratulations Aimee — Hope everyone can tune in on the 26th to support.
Congratulations to four of our Nashville EO members for being front and center in the media recently.
Dan Hogan, CEO of Medalogix, has written an op ed for the Tennessean about how the Affordable Care Act will have a positive affect on entrepreneurial activity.
MooTV was named by Pollstar the Video Company of the Year, the industry’s highest honor, for the second year in a row. MooTV owner Scott Scovill said his LA-based company CenterStaging was voted Top Dog rehearsal facility of the year for the second year in a row.
Steve Curnutte and his company Tortola Partners was recently featured in an Inc. magazine article about his role in the turnaround story of Allen Printing. The story was used as a case study in fast growth in a slow economy.
And last, but not least, Erik Anderson and Josh Habiger, the chefs at Ben and Max Goldberg’s newest establishment The Catbird Seat were named Best New Chefs by Food & Wine magazine. Read the article here.
Congratulations to all from EO Nashville.