EO Nashville Members in the News: Charlie Brock, Benjamin Goldberg, Alex Tolbert, Patrick Burke, Andy Bailey, Paul Jankowski, Miranda Pontes, Evan Austill, David Frederiksen, Brent Clements...

January 16, 2015

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] was quoted in a Chattanooga Times Free Press article about Chattanooga’s  new Innovation District. The Nashville Business Journal and Southern Alpha covered Launch Tennessee’s $276 million investment in early stage companies in 2014.

A Tennessean article mentioned Catbird Seat [Benjamin Goldberg] among Nashville’s notable farm-to-table concept restaurants. An Eater article described the inventive flavor combinations created at Catbird Seat.

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] offered commentary in a Tennessean article covering an insurer’s recent withdrawal from the federal marketplace.

Style Blueprint published an article on Seed Hospitality’s newest restaurant, Lucky Belly [Patrick Burke].

Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] wrote his Tennessean article on how to fail the right way.

Media Post’s interview with Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] described common misunderstandings of the New Heartland.

The Nashville Scene covered the reopening of Dino’s [Miranda Pontes] in East Nashville.


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Evan Austill and David Frederiksen [PatientFocus] appeared on Venture Nashville Connections in an article describing the growth of Emerge Financial Wellness.

An Addiction Campuses of America [Brent Clements] spokesperson discussed addiction issues on WKIM NewsTalk 98.9FM,WGKX KIX106FMWXMX 98.1 The Max and WRBO Soul Classics 103.5FM. In addition, WZTV FOX17 NEWS spoke with Dr. Jason Brooks of Addiction Campuses about the motives behind social media behavior. The Tennessean announced Addiction Campuses of America’s new residence.

An Atlanta Journal Constitution article discussed the benefits of Showhomes’ [Bert Lyles] live-in house staging methods.

The Tennessean quoted David Hornsby [Executive Travel & Parking] in an article about off-site airport parking price hikes.

Allen Baler [4Patriots] wrote an article for Business2Community on starting a survivalist business.

Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] appeared in the Tennessean, Indianapolis Business Journal and Nashville Business Journal for its partnership with Green Bean Delivery, an organic grocery home-delivery service launching in Nashville this week. The Tennessean mentioned Kory Wheeler, a barista at Bongo Java, among local musicians headed to American Idol.

The Nashville Business Journal and Nashville Post announced Trinisys’ [David Box] new CEO, Antoine Agassi.

Inquicker.com [Michael Brody-Waite] appeared in Inc., KTAR News and the Tri-City Herald for the organization’s online medical scheduling services.

JJ Rosen [Atiba] advised companies on risk management in his Tennessean column.

The Acadiana Advocate mentioned Fletcher Rowley’s [John Rowley] crisis services in an article about recent NFL investigations.

The Nashville Post and Nashville Business Journal reported the signing of another tenant for Eakin Partners’ [Barry Smith] 1201 Demonbreun tower. The Nashville Business Journal’s coverage of the overnight construction debate mentioned the attendance of prominent developers, including Eakin Partners.

David Waddell [Waddell and Associates] communicated the nearness of a currency war in his Nashville Ledger article.