EO Nashville Members in the News: JJ Rosen, Julie May, Charlie Brock, Bob Jacobs, Dan Hogan, Traylor Woodall, Jackson Miller, John Aron, Debbie Gordon, Steve Curnutte, Tim Ozgener, Darek Bell,

March 18, 2016

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JJ Rosen [Atiba LLC] talked about the future of predictive analytics and how it could improve everyday life in his Tennessean column.

Julie May [Bytes of Knowledge] wrote on the importance of computer security in her column for the Tennessean.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] introduced the president of the Memphis Entrepreneurship-Powered Innovation Center (EPIcenter) in this installment of the “Why Tennessee” video series for the Tennessean.

Bob Jacobs [Symbiosis Company] wrote about the importance of moving meetings out of the office in order to build better relationships in a column for the Tennessean.

Awards/Professional Recognition
Medalogix [Dan Hogan] is a finalist in the Harvard University Health Acceleration Challenge. You can vote for Medalogix here: http://j.mp/hacmdlgx

Planar announced that Fivestone Studios [Traylor Woodall] won its Clear Concept Award.

The following EO Nashville members were featured in the Nashville Post’s Leaders issue:

  • Jackson Miller [L2M]
  • Dan Hogan [Medalogix]
  • Julie May [Bytes of Knowledge]
     

The following EO Nashville members were listed as past All-Star Board members in the Nashville Post’s Leaders issue:

  • Debbie Gordon [S3 Asset Management]
  • Steve Curnutte [Tortola Advisors]
     

The following EO Nashville members were listed in the Nashville Post’s "In Charge" 2016 list in its Leaders issue:

  • Darek Bell [Corsair Distillery]
  • Bob Bernstein [Bongo World Enterprises]
  • Benjamin Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality]
  • Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality]
  • Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton]
  • Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group]
  • Rosemary Plorin [Lovell Communications]
  • Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services]
  • Ashlyn Hines Meneguzzi [Bristol Development Group]
  • Barry Smith [Eakin Partners]
  • Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee]


In the News
Franklin Home Page reported that a 1919 craftsman-style home will showcase leading designers during the O'More Show House that Ashlyn Hines [Bristol Development Group] currently co-chairs.

TedxNashville announced that Dan Hogan [Medalogix] will speak on healthcare innovation April 15th at the War Memorial Auditorium.

The Nashville Post reported that the Sylvan Park Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] is slated to open in May.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned ProviderTrust Inc. [Christopher Redhage] as a tenant of a Charlotte Ave. office building.

The Nashville Post reported that Magic Apple Technology [Matt Lloyd] is a new client of Reed Public Relations.

The Daily News Journal quoted Robert Hartline [Absolute Wireless] on Absolute Wireless’ new locations across Tennessee. 

Gregory Siskind [Siskind Susser, PC - Immigration Lawyers] was quoted the March 16, 2016 edition of Daily Labor report from Bloomberg BNA about H-1B petitions. Vice quoted Siskind on how social media led to the deportation of an immigrant in the US on a student visa.

Nashville Lifestyles reported that Benjamin Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] hosted a cocktail party for the 2016 Symphony Fashion Show. The Tennessean reported that a Patterson House [Benjamin Goldberg] employee competed in the Speed Rack bartending competition. The Nashville Scene recognized the Patterson House as one of the locations for Anthony Bourdain’s show Parts Unknown.The Tennessean reported that Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg] is on board to host the Parnassus bookmobile to the public. The Nashville Post reported that Pinewood Social served as one of Lyft’s off-site interview locations.

The Nashville Post mentioned Bell & Associates Construction [Darek Bell] as the project manager and general contractor for the Davidson County Criminal Justice Center. The Franklin Home Page mentioned Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] in an article about the legislation that made distilling whiskey in Tennessee legal again.

The Nashville Post reported that Smith Gee Studio, LLC [Robert Gee] will contribute to the architectural design of a mixed-use project in East Nashville. The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Smith Gee Studio is designing a mixed-use development in Nolensville. Designboom also reported that Smith Gee Studio collaborated with two other firms to expand the Ascend Amphitheater.

The Tennessean mentioned Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] as the location for Cidny Bullens One Wo/man Show. The Nashville Scene mentioned Grins Vegetarian Cafe in a profile for its 2016 People Issue.

The Nashville Post reported on the hiring of a Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] real estate attorney. A Bone McAllester Norton employee was quoted in the Tennessean about a recent Tennessee Supreme Court ruling.

The Nashville Business JournalNashville Post and the Tennessean reported that Jerry Bostelman [Vaco Resources LLC] was one of the investors in the purchase of Nashville’s Whiskey Kitchen site.

The Tennessean reported that an employee from Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] competed in the Speed Rack bartending competition. The Chattanoogan reported that one of the 2015 winners of the Annual Bartender Brawl currently works at Two Ten Jack.

Vanderbilt News quoted Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] about Launch Tennessee’s role in Vanderbilt University’s student startup pitch competitions.

Digital Signage Expo listed Traylor Woodall [Fivestone Studios] as a panelist for one of its keynote sessions.


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