Check out the EO Nashville member headlines for this week:
The Nashville Business Journal included Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] in its cover story on shopping for health care.
Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] intends to build new condos in the Cool Springs Ovation Development. The story was covered in the Tennessean.
Smartvue [Martin Renkis] closed Series A funding round led by former AT&T and Motorola Chairman David Dorman.
The Nashville Business Journal focused its Biz Blog on Emma‘s [Clint Smith] free service offer to 100 non-profits for the company’s 10th anniversary.
Andy Bailey’s [Petra] Tennessean column focused on creating a great office environment for your employees.
Corsair [Darek Bell] and Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] were each highlighted in a Tastings Magazine article about food and beverage at the new Nashville Omni Hotel.
James Fields [Concept Technology] wrote his Tennessean column on the five best technology practices your business should consider in 2014.
The Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle highlighted the City Saver [Tom Beach] Education Funding Campaign that will run from January 17 – February 14, 2014. Last year’s campaign raised over $175,000 for local schools and the Education Foundation.
J.J Rosen [Atiba] wrote his Tennessean column on the next phase of the Internet with an illustration of a near-future George Jetson.
The Tennessean featured The Kingston Group [Ricky Scott] in an article about remodeling homes in historic neighborhoods.
The New York Times ranked Nashville as one of its 52 Places to go in 2014 and mentioned Pinewood Social [Ben Goldberg] in the write-up about the city.
Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] wrote a column for the Tennessean about taking inventory of your business goals for 2014 and was also featured in the Tennessean for Launch Tennessee’s Master Accelerator Program, which will be taking trips to Boston and New York with a group of Tennessee entrepreneurs.
Patrick Burke’s [Seed Hospitality] new restaurant venture hosted a preview party last weekend that was attended by many EO Nashville members and restaurant connoisseurs. The East Nashville venture, called Two Ten Jack, will open its doors for a grand opening on January 24 and 25.