RevGen Utah Blasts off to Sales/Marketing Stratosphere

Last night’s RevGen Utah event was one for the record books. Mercato Partners and Adobe know how to throw a party. I was honored just to be among the awesome nominees. Once there, being among these quality “rockstars”, “movers & shakers” in the crowd was amazing and humbling. When nominated for this new and prestigious recognition, I made a deliberate decision to participate, but not to worry about winning. What, you say?

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Entrepreneur Startups Look for A-Team

Working with entrepreneurs and startups over the years, I find that investors consistently look for top talent on the management team prior to throwing their dollars behind a new company. An “A-Team” is vital to the success of any good company. So, today I just wanted you to know that two top shelf executives are on the market and ready to round out the A-team for the right company. I’ve known these guys for years and recommend them highly.

Bryan ...

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Awards! Entrepreneurs, Your Attention to Public Relations & 3rd Party Validation

UVEF is Accepting Nominations for The Top 25 Under 5 2013 Awards – good public relations

The UVEF Top 25 Under Five Awards have recognized the development of more than 200 individuals and companies, including Utah success stories like ZAGG, Agel Enterprises, Interbank FX, Seastone, Altiris, Omniture, and Xango among many others. Companies throughout Utah, five years old or younger, are invited to ...

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FundingUniverse Joins PilmerPR Clients Named to Inc. 500

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SALT LAKE CITY—August 26, 2010—PilmerPR today announced FundingUniverse’s rapid rise to the short list of companies served by PilmerPR and attaining the status of Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Entrepreneurial Businesses. FundingUniverse ranks #34 in the newly released 2010 list.

“We are pleased to say we put together the first launch event for Funding Universe (then FundingUtah),” stated John Pilmer ...

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