EO Nashville Members in the News: Bryan Ansley, Barry Smith, Julie May, Max Sadler, Jeremy Werthan, Andy Bailey, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein, Charlie Brock, Michael Brody-Waite, Brent Clements...

January 23, 2015

Bryan Ansley [FNB Merchants] wrote an article for Entrepreneur on the five ways entrepreneurism is like riding a bull.


[photo courtesty of Eric Ward]

The Nashville Business Journal announced CapStar Bank’s move to Eakin Partners’ [Barry Smith] Gulch tower.

Julie May’s [bytes of knowledge] Tennessean column offered takeaways from the Computer Electronics Show.

The CEO of Advanced Network Solutions [Max Sadler] wrote an article describing importance of IT life cycle management for the Nashville Business Journal.

Werthan [Jeremy Werthan] was awarded best of Houzz 2015 for exceptional customer service.

Gary Minor, a coach at Petra Coach [Andy Bailey], wrote an article for the Nashville Business Journal on ways to get candid feedback from employees.

Beverage World praised Darek Bell [Corsair Distillery] for his innovative role as a non-traditional whiskey distiller. Corsair also showed up on Thrillist’s list of Nashville date ideas.

Nashville Scene named Hot and Cold [Bob Bernstein] as one of the great places to get tasty hot chocolate when the temperature drops.

Both the Memphis Business Journal and Nashville Business Journal  quoted Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] in an article on the impressive growth of Tennessee’s venture capital investments. Charlie Brock detailed these advancements in his latest Tennessean column.

InQuicker [Michael Brody-Waite] appeared in an Associated Press article outlining how the innovative site is helping patients book appointments and ER visits faster.

WZTV FOX17 News interviewed Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] regarding the growing issue of nurses under the influence. Addiction Campuses also participated in the 2015 Second Chance Expo, covered by WSMV News Channel 4, a job fair that helps ex-convicts get back on their feet.

A Tennessean article about Hands on Nashville’s MLK Day of Service mentioned Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] as one local company who encourages employees to volunteer 40 hours per year.