EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, JJ Rosen, Dan Hogan, Patrick Burke, John Kepley, Tina Hodges, Jeff Rice, Bob Murphy, Jennifer Ghanem, Mark Deutschmann, Bethany Newman, Nelson Remus

April 21, 2017

Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] wrote a column for the Huffington Post about essential health benefits and the failed AHCA bill. He also published a new BenefitsPro column, which outlined two approaches to building a benefits system.

In his Tennessean column, JJ Rosen [Atiba Software] wrote about “Easter eggs” hiding in software.

Dan Hogan [Medalogix] wrote an article for HomeCare magazine on predictive technology improving end-of-life care.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Scene featured Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] chef Jessica Benefield for winning the Iron Fork 2017.

In the News:

The Nashville Post featured results from the EO Nashville Global Entrepreneur Indicator survey, which revealed now is a prime time to start a new business in Music City. John Kepley [Teknetex] was quoted in the article.

The Nashville Business Journal featured Tina Hodges [Advance Financial] in its “Women of Influence” series.

Healthcare Bluebook [Jeff Rice] was featured in the April Grand Rounds section of Nashville Medical News. The company was also mentioned by Kiplinger for outlining “fair” prices for healthcare services. Save on Medical also featured price comparisons from the online platform.

RPM Transportation Consultants [Bob Murphy] was mentioned in the Nashville Business Journal for its role in determining the viability of a new transit plan for downtown Nashville.

Keller Turner Ruth Andrews & Ghanem [Jennifer Ghanem] was mentioned in articles by All Access Music Group and Music Business Worldwide for its involvement in a recent copyright transaction for 170 songs.

Realtor.com quoted an agent with Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] on how to protect yourself from hackers targeting Airbnb users.

ST8MNT [Bethany Newman] was featured in How Design for its CMA Festival Poster.

The Lebanon Democrat mentioned Remar Inc. [Nelson Remus] in an article about this weekend’s Leeville Family Fun Day.

The Republic of East Vancouver mentioned Threadbird Printing [Scott Anderson] in a market overview report.

The Tennessean interviewed Jason Brumm, chef of Von Elrod’s Beer Garden and Sausage House [Austin Ray]. The Nashville Post mentioned the restaurant in a roundup of new permit activity.

Smith Gee Studio [Robert Gee] was mentioned in the Nashville Post for designing an eight-story self-storage building proposed for SoBro. The firm was also mentioned in the Tennessean for its involvement in a transit-oriented development in Donelson.

Le Sel [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was mentioned in a Nashville Scene article for its new dining deals. Henrietta Red partners Julia Sullivan and Allie Poindexter were featured in the Nashville Scene and StyleBlueprint. The new restaurant was also featured in Forbes, USA Today and Wallpaper. The Nashville Scene featured The Catbird Seat in an article about its monthly test kitchen night

The Sacramento Bee mentioned S3 Asset Management [Deborah Gordon] in an article about its new chairman, Darrell S. Freeman.

The Nashville Scene and Nashville Post both reported on Fetch [Bob Bernstein], the new grab-and-go restaurant from sister cafe Fido. The Nashville Post mentioned Bongo East in an article on The EastSider development.

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser] was featured in a Courthouse News Service article for filing a complaint on behalf of the Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC).

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines Meneguzzi] was mentioned in the Knoxville News Sentinel and WBIR for submitting a proposal for the former Tennessee Supreme Court building.

A weather-related image from ApexWorks [Jeff Stockton] was featured in the Tennessean.

The Nashville Post mentioned Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] about a new mixed-use development in Old Hickory.