Tags: business, computers, Dan Serpico, Dell, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, FusionStorm, innovation, software, technology, Titanium Black, vendor
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MBBP’s trademark client FusionStorm has truly earned its stripes over the past six years after receiving more than a dozen Partner of the Year vendor awards, and recently having been handpicked as one of the partners to join the extremely exclusive Dell EMC Titanium Black program. This program gives FusionStorm access to a broad range of exclusive benefits aimed at driving sales growth, and also provides the company with the ability to meet, confer, and brief with Dell’s top technologists and Dell EMC CEO Michael Dell. FusionStorm’s CEO of five years, Dan Serpico, has attributed the company’s success to its ability to adapt to how the environment and market each shift, to maintain the company’s strong relationships with vendors and customers, and to lead the company through shifts in the industry.
The company’s entrepreneurial sales approach and technical expertise have served to build the company’s culture, and in turn, its ability to deliver its service product. Serpico attributes the company’s great success to FusionStorm’s employees and their innovative ideas, as listening and paying attention to the workers is another segment of FusionStorm’s culture. The company works incredibly hard to remain ahead of competitors in order to predict shifts and remain relevant within the industry. With the company’s recent and incredible success, Serpico emphasizes the importance of continuous innovation, and the company pays very close attention to the future of the industry, and how FusionStorm will remain a part of it. Congratulations to FusionStorm!
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MBBP Client PMS Bites’ CEO Tania Green Recognized as Female Entrepreneur All Businesses Can Learn From 11/08/2016Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Client News.
Tags: boston business, client, entrepreneur, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, female entrepreneur, pms bites
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Tania Green of firm client PMS Bites is recognized in the Living Business section of Colonial Life as 1 of 18 Bostonian female entrepreneurs from whom all businesses can learn. The takeaway from Green’s mention is that any problem an individual may have, other individuals are also having, and therefore a solution would be useful to a wide audience. Green had a successful Kickstarter campaign for PMS Bites and was also featured on the hit show “Shark Tank”.
PMS Bites are edible chocolate snacks that are gluten free and vegan, and have all natural ingredients targeted toward combating female PMS symptoms.
Congratulations to Tania and PMS Bites!
Tags: academia, Becker College, EDA, entrepreneur, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship, federal grant, us department of commerce, us economic development administration
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MBBP client the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute (“MassDiGI”) at Becker College received a five-year grant in the amount of $583,000 from the U.S. Economic Development Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The grant will support MassDiGI’s promotion of entrepreneurship, economic development, and academic cooperation across the state’s video and digital games ecosystem.
MassDiGI was established in 2011 and is based at Becker College. Congratulations to our client on this impressive contribution.
Joseph Marrow to Speak At Boston College 02/11/2014Posted by Morse, Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Attorney News, Venture Capital & Private Equity.
Tags: boston college, carroll graduate school, entrepreneurship, guest lecturer, term sheets, venture capital
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On Tuesday, February 18th MBBP Corporate Attorney Joseph Marrow will be a guest lecturer for the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College. Joe will be discussing venture capital term sheets for an Entrepreneurial Finance class.
Please feel free to contact Joe with any questions on VC term sheets.
For more information on term sheets visit our resources page.