November 24, 2018
The Farm, Comcast NBCUniversal’s startup accelerator at the Battery Atlanta, recently held their second demo day featuring investor pitches from the graduates of its 12-week program. Surrounding the event, entrepreneurs from the cohort were featured in coverage by 11Alive/WXIA (NBC), Atlanta Magazine, Global Atlanta and more.
November 23, 2018
The holiday season is always a busy time of the year, but our client Sovos has been even busier gaining holiday coverage. Sovos recently made news in Entrepreneur and GOVERNING discussing the impacts of the Wayfair Supreme Court decision that has gone into effect just in time for Black Friday.
November 3, 2018
Along with providing quality care, direct and frequent patient communication is essential for physicians serving senior citizens. With 46% of the 65+ age group owning smartphones, client Vaporstream‘s CEO, Galina Datskovsky shares why secure messaging is the key to maintaining high levels of patient satisfaction and engagement. Read the article here.
November 2, 2018
Cloud computing a virtual machines have expanded the attack surface exponentially. Cybersecurity client RunSafe Security writes in Cloud Tech how to move cyber defense beyond “just the networks,” and how implementing RASP technology can bridge the security gap. Read the article here.
November 1, 2018
Only 2% of U.S. businesses offer flexible PTO and our client Sovos is one of them. See why the company’s chief talent officer says myTime is “the right thing to do” in this week’s Boston Business Journal.
October 29, 2018
Healthcare practices who successfully implement chronic care management (CCM) plans can result in reimbursements of $42 per patient each month. However, CCM is not as widely adopted by providers as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services had hoped. Zachary Blunt, manager of population health at Greenway Health, spoke with Becker’s Hospital Review to share five tips practices can apply to begin taking advantage of CCM opportunities.
October 26, 2018
Client Lime is bringing out Nashville’s entrepreneurial spirit with its Lime Juicer program, which encourages local residents to pick up and charge the company’s e-scooters overnight before redistributing them for riders in the morning. Learn more about becoming a Lime Juicer in this WSMV-TV news segment.