Q&A with Grant Stanley, CEO of Bric

Grant Stanley, CEO of Bric

Grant, tell us a bit about Bric. Bric combines project planning and time tracking to help you maximize your team’s time and talents. What gave you the idea for Bric[…]

Q&A with Graeme Cohen, Founder of Medical Cyber Protection

Graeme Cohen, Founder of Medical Cyber Protection

Graeme, tell us a bit about Medical Cyber Protection.   Medical Cyber Protection offers a complete suite of solutions to keep your patient information and office environment secure from cyber threats, hacks, malware, bitcoin ransom,[…]

Q&A with Christopher Becker, CEO of Ketology

Christopher Becker, CEO of Ketology

Christopher Becker of St. Louis has been fortunate enough to see a side project turn into his full-time job. Through a well thought-out system that works from both a health[…]

Q&A with Evan Weber, CEO of Experience Advertising

Evan Weber turned a successful run as Director of Marketing at DentalPlans.com into a leading digital marketing agency that he founded in 2007. Utilizing tactics and processes he developed with[…]

Q&A with Rob Richards, VP at CommonAction Consulting

Rob Richards, VP at CommonAction Consulting

A longtime community leader and nonprofit manager, Rob Richards’ drive and passion have transformed lives and organizations. Read our interview to learn more about Rob and CommonAction Consulting. Rob, tell[…]

Q&A with Cindy Greatrex, Founder of HATECH

Cindy Greatrex, founder of HATECH

Tell us a bit about HATECH. I started HATECH  in 1998 as cochlear implants for deafened children were starting to become a reality. The name is a pun on HAT (hearing assistive technology) and the[…]

Q&A with Stephen Thomas, CEO of Elygantthings

Stephen, tell us a bit about Elygantthings. Elygantthings was established in 2008. Started off with the goal to provide quality home decor and other products to upgrade the lifestyle of its[…]

Q&A with Katherine Makinney, Founder of MentourUp

1. Tell us a bit about MentourUp. MentourUp is now a blog about a massive problem in the United States, which is an historically low labor participation rate, meaning many people that want a middle class life[…]