EO Nashville Members in the News: Bob Bernstein, Tom Turner, John Rowley, Andy Bailey, Alex Tolbert, John Kepley, Jerry Bostelman, Michael Brody-Waite, David Waddell

Time for another weekly wrap up of what the EO Nashville members have been up to.

Bob Bernstein [Bongo Java] appeared in the Nashville Business Journal’s Case Study last Friday. Learn how Bob  has expanded his Bongo Java coffee company to five stores and a roasting brand here.

Bob Bernstein

A recent article in the Nashville Post reported that DSi [Tom Turner] is setting up a Texas office to expand into the large Dallas and Houston markets.

DSi also appeared in Evidence Technology Magazine’s March/April issue. The article discussed how the online data explosion has affected the electronic discovery and digital forensics process.

John Rowley [Fletcher Rowley] was featured in Campaigns & Elections as a shoptalker in their most recent issue. See what John had to say here.

A recent guest blog of Andy Bailey’s [Petra] appeared in SmallBizDaily.com Sunday. In his blog, Andy discussed the importance of leaving your comfort zone.

Alex Tolbert’s [Bernard Health] column appeared in The Tennessean Sunday. He discussed why achieving transparency in health care is not an easy task.

Alex Tolbert

The Nashville Post announced Friday the opening of Bernard Health’s second Nashville-area retail store this week.

Bernard Health was also mentioned in Catalyst Healthcare Research as one of few consumer-facing businesses in the health insurance industry.

Teknetex [John Kepley] and Vaco Resources LLC [Jerry Bostelman] were featured in a recent Tennessean story. The article mentioned Teknetex and Vaco as two recruiting firms who have seen a change in how companies are hiring and what level of talent they are looking for.

Michael Brody-Waite [InQuicker] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal in February. Michael also recently sat down with the Nashville Chamber to answer a few questions about the company’s culture. See Michael’s answers here.

InQuicker

Digital Journal recently announced that the Medical Center of Central Georgia, the second-largest hospital in Georgia, has served more than a total of 25,000 patients using the InQuicker Online Waiting Service.

David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] appeared in the Nashville Ledger this Tuesday. Read what he had to say here.

David Waddell

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