008: Glenn Nott, President, simPRO N.A.

  What are your priorities for growing this middle-market business over the next 12 months? Glenn: “Our priorities are to look at those areas of the business that we may need to tweak and adjust them as we start to really open up the doors and explore the local market here in Colorado. And then,…

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007: Tony Zito, CEO, Rakuten Marketing

In 1995, Tony Zito started his first business, Precision DataLink, which was acquired in 2001. He then went on to found MediaForge, which was acquired by Rakuten Marketing in 2012. Today, he oversees Rakuten Marketing in the Americas, Europe, and Australia, spearheading acquisitions and integrating offerings into an expanded platform of performance marketing offerings. Listen on…

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006: Andy Marsh, CEO, Plug Power

It was perhaps less than a decade ago that the main by-product of hydrogen fuel cells was buzz and more buzz. Join us when Andy Marsh explains how the adoption of new fuel technologies is gaining momentum, making Plug Power an early leader within the ranks of high-growth solution providers. Listen on iTunes

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005: Tom Kemp, CEO, Centrify | Building Your Talent Pipeline Beyond the Valley

  Join us when Tom Kemp, CEO, Centrify, exposes the burgeoning cybersecurity opportunity that has propelled his firm beyond $100 million in annual sales and into a realm of organic growth that few industries can match. Learn how the search for talent is altering the firm’s operational footprint.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-make-great-hire-a-workplace-champions-podcast/id1243577490?mt=2

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004: Jim VanSteenhouse, CEO, InterLinc Mortgage

It is often the small bits of information that our guests share that help us to render a more complete picture of their growing business. In the case of Jim VanSteenhouse, one of those small bits was the estimate that he writes close to 3,000 thank-you and congratulatory notes a month. Join us as Jim reveals the leadership and…

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003: Ray Rothrock, CEO, RedSeal

Having invested in 53 companies, including over a dozen cybersecurity ventures, Ray Rothrock took on the CEO role at RedSeal confident that he could redirect the company’s security offerings to a more fruitful opportunity. Three years later, the career venture capitalist appears to have done just that, having returned RedSeal to profitability and year-over-year growth.…

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