Here’s a roundup of the most recent EO Nashville sightings in the news.
On the 4th of July, Ben Hanback [The Hanback Group] appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss health care, and more specifically changes that individuals can expect in their insurance plans after the Affordable Care Act. You can watch the video here.
John Rowley [Fletcher|Rowley] made two TV appearances on July 6, appearing on Fox News Channel’s Studio B and MSNBC’s The Ed Show.
On July 6, the Nashville Business Journal printed its list of the top 25 local technology firms. EO member companies to make the list include:
- Atiba [JJ Rosen] (ranked #4)
- DSi [Tom Turner] (ranked #6)
- CentreSource [Nicholas Holland] (ranked #10)
- Advance Network Solutions [Sonny Clark & Max Sadler] (ranked #11)
- Concept Technology [James Fields] (ranked #15)
- NovaCopy [Darren Metz] (ranked #3 – products)
Download the full list here: NBJ top tech firms.
Fast Company ran an article about Nashville’s quest to fill its open technology positions. The article included a quote by Nicholas Holland about ways that tech companies can attract more talent.
In other exciting news, Jolene Dressel [Trojan Labor] started a new company, Trojan Environmental. Trojan Environmental is an asbestos abatement staffing company. Jolene has put over 70 employees through a 32-hour asbestos abatement course to get this business off the ground. She is currently supplying several customers with temporary asbestos abatement workers in jobs located in Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia.