EO Nashville Members in the News: Alan Looney, Charles May & Michael Brody-Waite

Recently, three of our members have earned some well-deserved press attention.

The Tennessean reported that homebuilder Alan Looney, founder and president of Castle Homes of Brentwood, has been named Custom Builder of the Year by the Southern Living Custom Builder Program.

The Nashville Business Journal’s “Ten Minutes to Better Business” feature profiled Charles May’s company bytes of knowledge.

Michael Brody-Waite, CEO of InQuicker.com was was asked by  the Nashville Business Journal to offer advice for first-time entrepreneurs.

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EO Nashville Members Profiled in NBJ’s “Forty Under 40”

John Kepley, Teknetex inc and Kevin Ross, Metova Inc. both made the Nashville Business Journal’s annual list of “Forty Under 40.”

Ross’ profile included answers to the question:  How is your generation shaping your industry? ”I’m not sure it is ‘my’ generation, but we are in an interesting time where the mobile industry is taking shape right before our very eyes. We are living in a time where we have an unprecedented ability to create and distribute our work, impacting people globally.

Kepley’s answer to the same question included the response: I was born in the middle of what is considered Generation X. Gen X took the technology that had been created and began to frame it in ways that are used every day. They made the technology personal, which has shaped every industry in some way.”

Click on the clips below to read the full articles.

Congratulations to John and Kevin.

EO Nashville Member in the News: Tom Turner

Last week’s print edition of the Nashville Business Journal included a guest column by EO Nashville member Tom Turner (DSi). The column, “Getting a handle on your data,” talks about the benefits of having a company information management policy. It was included as part of NBJ’s “Spotlight on Tech Innovators.”

Click on the clip below to learn more.

Getting a handle on your data

New EO Nashville Catalyst member Kate O’Neill was also included within the Tech Innovators section of the paper. She was interviewed as part of an article on Web analytics. Her company, [Meta]Marketer, specializes in helping companies use data to drive business decisions. Read the full article online, or check out the clip below. (Kate’s interview begins on the second page.)

The data wranglersThe data wranglers

Congratulations to both Tom and Kate!

 

EO Member in the News: Mike Rustici

EO Nashville Communications Chair Mike Rustici is featured in a “10 Minutes to Better Business” story in Friday’s Nashville Business Journal. (See below) In the story, Mike and his partner, Tim Martin, explain how
“thinking small” has led to big rewards at Rustici Software.

Congratulations, Mike.

EO Nashville Members in the News

Three EO Nashville members were featured in this week’s Nashville Business Journal. John Kepley (Teknetex), Clint Smith (Emma) and Michael Burcham (Entrepreneur Center) were all named to the NBJ’s Technology Power Leaders list. Check out their bios below to read more.

John Kepley

Clint Smith

Michael Burcham

Also, the NBJ’s “Spotlight on Entrepreneurs” focused on the continued work on StartUp Tennessee, a project that Michael Burcham heads. See the below clip for more information.

Firms wait at the starting line

EO Members in the News: Rebecca Donner, Clint Smith, Andy Bailey and Sonny Clark

Today’s Nashville Business Journal includes stories on EO members Rebecca Donner, Clint Smith, Andy Bailey and Sonny Clark.

The “Case Study” on Rebecca’s business, Inner Design Studio, features her firm’s turnkey solutions: “Firm offers turnkey design for health care

The “Executive Profile” on Clint of Emma gives insight into the evolution of the email marketing company.

The story on Andy and Sonny is about a new “Kid Terns” program Andy and Sonny’s EO forum cooked up this summer to inculcate a love of all things entrepreneurial in their children. “Nashville entrepreneurs group shares ‘kid-terns’ to teach business

EO Member in the News: John Aron

John AronCheck out John Aron’s column in this week’s Nashville Business Journal, or view it online. The column, “Views from Toronto: Advantages of a ‘global city'” is part of a series of columns by delegates to the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2011 Leadership Study Mission in Toronto.

John is president of The Pasta Shoppe and vice chairman of the Chamber of Commerce’s International Business Council. His column explored the political, economic, cultural and infrastructural elements of Toronto, a global city.