EO Nashville Members in the News: Marty Reed, Michael Brody-Waite, Hart Weatherford, Mark Deutschmann and Nancy Leach

It’s time for another weekly recap. Take a look at what your fellow EO members are up to.

A Q&A with Marty Reed [Randa Solutions] appeared in Sunday’s Tennessean. Read the article here.

Congratulations to the following EO Nashville members:


EO Nashville Members in the News: Nicholas Holland, David Waddell, Benjamin Goldberg, James Fields, Miranda Pontes, Darren Metz, Darek Bell, Andy Bailey and Dan Hogan

Hey EO Nashville members, here’s your weekly wrap up.

Nicholas Holland [Populr], who launched Populr last Tuesday, was featured in VentureBeat last week.

David Waddell’s [Waddell & Associates] column appeared in last week’s Nashville Ledger. In his column, Waddell discussed three keys to determining stock success.

David Waddell

Benjamin & Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were featured in the Nashville Ledger on Friday. Read the article here.

Benjamin Goldberg

James Fields’ [Concept Technology Inc.] bi-weekly column appeared in The Tennessean on Sunday. This week’s article discussed 4 more trends for 2013: cloud migration, 3D printing, the ideal viewing experience and insourcing.

James Fields, Concept Technology

Miranda Pontes [Burger Up] was featured in The Tennessean yesterday. The article announced her plan to open a new restaurant in the 12South Flats. The restaurant will be called Josephine.

Miranda Pontes to open Josephine

NovaCopy [Darren Metz] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s “case study” section on Friday. The case study detailed how NovaCopy fueled its growth by building, not buying.

NovaCopy Case Study

Congratulations to Corsair Artisan Distillery [Darek Bell], whose Triple Smoke Whiskey won the “Artisan Whiskey of the Year” award for Whisky Advocate Magazine. The Tennessean announced the news yesterday.

Corsair Dilstillery

Andy Bailey’s [Petra Coach] column appeared in The Tennessean this morning. This week’s column discussed five routines to incorporate into your business practices.

Medalogix [Dan Hogan] was mentioned in today’s Nashville Business Journal as one of Nashville’s local companies that has sprung up to bridge that gap between patients at home and their clinicians.

EO Nashville Members in the News: Tom Beach, John Kepley, David Waddell, Tom Turner and Andy Bailey

City Saver‘s Tom Beach was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s “Case Study” section last week. The case study focused on the company’s slow growth as its key to success. Since its founding 10 years ago, City Saver has grown to over a $1 million company.

City Saver Tom Beach

According to a story in Southern Alpha, CEO and principal John Kepley [Teknetex] bought out his partner, Eric O’Reilly, at Teknetex.

In his column in the Memphis Daily News, published on Jan. 16, David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] discussed three components that will forecast 2013: earnings, dividends and valuations.

DSi [Tom Turner] recently unveiled an updated brand that embodies the company’s core attributes of confidence, stability and technological expertise. The new brand reflects DSi’s pioneering role in the eDiscovery industry. DFI News, eDiscovery Journal and The eDiscovery Solutions Daily published the story.

In his by-weekly column in The Tennessean, Andy Bailey [Petra Coach Consulting] described four areas your business should focus on in the first quarter of 2013: clients, priorities, products and services, and people.

Andy Bailey Petra Business Coach

EO Nashville Members in the News: John Rowley, James Fields, Dan Hogan and Kevin Ross

It’s time for another weekly roundup. Here’s what your fellow EO Nashville members have been up to.

John Rowley [Fletcher | Rowley] appeared on MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry Show” last Monday morning with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Howard Dean and Karen Finney. Topics covered on the segment included: “Rebuilding the Democratic Party,” “Politics of Food” and “Politics of the Poor.”

James Fields’ [Concept Technology Inc.] column appeared in The Tennessean last Sunday. This week’s column described four technology trends for 2013.

"Here are 4 trends to expect in 2013"

Dan Hogan [Medalogix] appeared in the January issue of Predictive Modeling News. In the article, Dan discussed predictive modeling in healthcare.

Metova [Kevin Ross] was featured in The Tennessean last Tuesday. According to the story, “Metova recently announced the hiring of a squad of developers, noting that there is more hiring to come.”

EO Nashville Members in the News: James Fields, Jeff Turner, Andy Bailey, Tom Turner, Dan Hogan, Rebecca Donner and Michael Brody-Waite

Happy New Year! We’re excited for the opportunities 2013 will provide for our members and expect the weekly roundups to continue reporting the many great things happening for EO Nashville. Here’s to a prosperous year!

James Fields’ [Concept Technology Inc.] column in The Tennessean was published on December 23. James’ column suggested a few best practices for keeping your IT department living up to its full potential.

"Optimize your IT department"

Jeff Turner [Turner Machine Co.] was featured in Nashville Business Journal’s Case Study section on December 28. Founded in 1995, Turner Machine Co. faced its biggest year in terms of sales in 2012. The company’s strategy of slow growth has paid off.

 "Case Study - Slow growth, storm shelters boost austo supplier"

On December 30, Andy Bailey’s [Petra Coach] “Saying ‘no’ can be a smart decision” column was published in The Tennessean. Read the column here – maybe you need to consider changing your news year’s resolution.

"Saying no can be a good decision" print

DSi [Tom Turner] was featured in the Dec/Jan issue of Executive Counsel. The article was titled “Using Discovery and Information Management Technology Efficiently.”

Nashville Business Journal ran a story on Nashville executives’ first jobs. Andy Bailey [Petra Coach], Jeff Turner [Turner Machine Co.], James Fields [Concept Technology Inc.], Tom Turner [DSi], Dan Hogan [Medalogix] and Rebecca Donner [Inner Design Studio] were included. To read about their first jobs, click here.

Michael Brody-Waite [InQuicker.com] was featured in The Tennessean’s Executive Profile section. Read the full Q&A here.

"Michael Brody-Waite"