EO Nashville Members in the News: Dan Hogan, James Fields, Alex Tolbert, Bernard Health, Tom Turner, Julie May, John Huber, Jeremy Werthan, Charlie Brock, JJ Rosen, Miranda Whitcomb Pontes...

February 23, 2015

Columns/Op-eds

Dan Hogan [Medalogix] wrote an article for Fast Company on how to visually communicate with your team.

In his Tennessean column, James Fields [Concept Technology] explored how new technologies may come at the expense of privacy.

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] explained why Medicaid expansion failed in Tennessee in his Tennessean column.

Rob Lekowski of DSi [Tom Turner] wrote an article for Law Technology Today about what data can be found on mobile devices.

Julie May [bytes of knowledge] wrote about the importance of a business playbook for the Tennessean.

John Huber [Moo Creative Media] wrote a Tennessean article on why video is the future of content marketing.
 
Jeremy Werthan [Werthan, LLC] wrote an article for the Nashville Business Journal on why it’s important to hire for attitude and train for skill. 
 
Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] praised Tennessee’s female entrepreneurs in his recent Tennessean column for their work in the state, country and abroad. 
 
JJ Rosen [Atiba] described this year’s most useful apps in his Tennessean column.

 

Recognitions

Thrillist included Josephine’s [Miranda Whitcomb Pontes] cornmeal encrusted pork in a list of the best dishes in Nashville. Eater mentioned Josephine’s increased focus on cocktails in an article about the best drinks in Nashville. Burger Up was mentioned in Wide Open Country's 30 reasons to fall in love with Nashville, as well as one of Randy Tarkington's top picks for best places to eat in Nashville on Vanderbilt Hustler. Additionally, Dino's was reviewed by the Five Dishes Nashville blog as their first supper club of 2015. 

No. 2, a Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] cocktail , made Nashville Lifestyles’ list of best cocktails.

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[Photo courtesy of Nashville Lifestyles]

Benjamin Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] and his brother Max were named semifinalists for a James Beard award in the Outstanding Restaurateurs category. Pinewood Social was also nominated for Outstanding Bar program. The exciting news was shared in the TennesseanNashville Business JournalNashville Scene and Huffington Post

 

In the News

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Dan Hogan [Medalogix] in an article on Evermind, a startup that he serves as a director for. The Harvard Business Review featured Hogan in an article about how to start a company without quitting your day job.

Enchanted Brides mentioned Angela Proffitt [Angela Proffitt, LLC] as the creative designer for a Tennessee farm wedding. Nashville Photography Collection praised designers and vendors, including Angela Proffitt, for their collaboration for an event held at the Omni hotel.

The Tennessean highlighted OZ Art's [Tim Ozgener] Thursday Night Things series. This installment will feature Nashville artist Alex Lockwood and his multimedia sculptures created from reused items. 

The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Charles Carlisle, CEO of Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines], on the importance of the sales pitch. The Tennessean mentioned the company in an article about the future of the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist property.

Andrea Clodfelter, head distiller at Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was featured in a Newseum Institute piece about hard work and creativity.

Bob Bernstein [Bongo Java Roasting Company] announced that a Bongo Java will open in a new retail space at the Johnny Cash Museum. The Tennessean and Nashville Post both covered the news. The Nashville Scene covered Music City Baroque’s recent performance of Bach's 'Coffee Cantata' at Bongo Java. WSMV interviewed employees at Hot and Cold about business in the midst of this week’s ice storm. The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Bernstein as part of its “The Cost of Cool” series on development in Nashville.

According to articles in the Tennessean and Nashville Business Journal, Startup Bus, a pitch contest on wheels, will make its way to Nashville for Launch Tennessee’s [Charlie Brock] 36|86 conference, instead of it’s normal appearance at SXSW in Austin. Launch Tennessee received another grant from Blackstone Charitable Foundation, as reported in the Nashville Post.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] got a shout out in Luci Crow’s interview with StyleBlueprint.

The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services] as part of its “The Cost of Cool” series on development in Nashville.

Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin Goldberg] appeared in a Tennessean article featuring a new boutique hotel coming to Printers Alley. Strategic Hospitality will provide food and beverage services for the new development.