EO Nashville Members in the News: Andy Bailey, James Fields, Julie May, Charlie Brock, JJ Rosen, Evan Austill, Bethany Newman, Dan Hogan, Bob Bernstein, Jerry Bostelman, Darek Bell, Matthew Simms...

August 21, 2015


In his Tennessean column, Andy Bailey [Petra] explained how busy entrepreneurs can schedule time for self-care into the busy workweek.Death_to_stock_photography_weekend_work-(5-of-10).jpg

James Fields [Concept Technology] discussed what users can expect from the Windows 10 upgrade in his Tennessean column.

In her Tennessean column, Julie May [bytes of knowledge] explained how beacon technology will improve the consumer experience.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] wrote his Tennessean column about Launch Tennessee’s goals for 2016.

In his Tennessean column, JJ Rosen [Atiba] talked about the stress software programmers often experience in today’s tech-driven world.

In the News

Southern/Alpha wrote an article about the EO Nashville ‘Learning from Legends’ event with former Governor Phil Bredesen. Evan Austill [PatientFocus] and Bethany Newman [ST8MNT] were quoted.

The Tennessean announced Medalogix [Dan Hogan] has been awarded a Metro small business incentive grant by the Metro Industrial Development Board.

The Tennessean announced Bob Bernstein’s [Bongo Java] involvement in the sale of Jefferson Manor. The Tennessean included Fido in an article about Hillsboro Village attractions. FOX 17 mentioned Bongo Java East in its “Weekend Watch.” Bongo Java was mentioned in an article from Sync Weekly about Speakeasy Coffee Bar. Bongo Java was included in a Tennessean article about a 70-year old runner, who lists a 14-mile route from Bongo Java in East Nashville to Bongo Java on Belmont Boulevard as one of his favorite routes.

The Nashville Business Journal and Staffing Industry Analysts announced Vaco’s [Jerry Bostelman] partnership with New York-based executive search firm iFind Group.

Forbes featured Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] in an article.

The Williamson Herald and Green Hills News mentioned AMP: Advocate Marketing and Print [Matthew Simms] in articles about its Print for Paws campaign to provide local animals with better care, shelter and quality of life.

Officer.com quoted Brian Sullivan of Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] in an article about the Gloucester Police Department’s initiative to combat opioid addiction with treatment programs instead of criminal justice.

The Tennessean and Nashville Parent featured OZ Arts’s [Tim Ozgener] Family Day event. The Nashville Scene announced OZ Art’s Modern School of Film’s FILM:Masters series.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] was featured in Outside’s Weekend Plan: Chattanooga article. The Times-Free Press reported Chattanooga made the cover of Outside magazine, including Two Ten Jack in the article.

Brentwood Home Page announced Amy Tanksley [Uncle Classic Barbershop] will participate in an all-female panel discussion at the Williamson Inc. Women in Business Luncheon.

Barron’s quoted David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] in an article about mutual funds performance.

The Tennessean and the Nashville Business Journal wrote articles about Sam’s Sports Grill [Sam Sanchez].

Brentwood Home Page reported Angela Proffitt [Angela Proffitt, Vivid Experiences] was featured on ABC Family’s “Job or No Job,” which airs at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que [William Newman] was mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about the Cornelia Fort Pickin’ Party.

The Williamson Source interviewed Cullen Douglass [Douglass Financial Services] for articles about planning for retirement.

The Tennessean announced plans for East Nashville’s first boutique hotel, which will be designed by Smith Gee Studio [Robert Gee]

MiLB.com mentioned Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin Goldberg] in an article about First Tennessee Park. Paradise Park was included in a Nashville Scene article about Hot Chicken and Jorts events.