SMB Nation and SMB Technology Network are pleased to announce the 2013 SMB 150 winners, posted below. Congratulations to all of the winners!
Many congratulations to this year's SMB 150 List! Be sure to Like and Share the SMB 150 page on Facebook to enter to win a FREE BlackBerry z10 and save the date for our awards gala on May 4th. Here is the list of esteemed winners:
Carlos Fernando Paleo da Rocha
Dana M. Epp
Ramon L. Garcia
Rob T Rae
Jason Pollner founded IT Authorities, in 2006, was primarily a managed services provider (MSP) until 2010 when the company decided to focus on cloud computing services. That decision proved to pay off as the company grew from 4 people to a projected 60-70 by December 2011.
Jason Null, owner of Corinthian Networks, does a fantastic job of meeting all the computer/small business system needs of Bright Christian Church in a personable, yet very professional manner. We rely on him for quick and thorough service. Jason is a very generous business owner offering Bright Christian Church his service at no cost, literally saving us thousands of dollars each year. Even at
Vlad Mazek is the CEO of Own Web Now Corp and a chief software architect of ExchangeDefender, one of the largest content security networks in the world. Vlad has been developing hosting solutions and management business intelligence software since 1997 and with Own Web Now Corp delivers a partner-friendly MSP solution that is easy, flexible and most of all - profitable.
Steve’s credentials in technology span over 25 years during which he achieved the distinction of becoming IBM’s youngest engineer and, as co-founder, established 2GL as one of the leading system integrators in the South, growing the organization to £16m providing IT solutions into the Corporate and Healthcare sector throughout a number of locations in the UK.
As president of HTG Peer Groups, Scott Scrogin has led the group through tremendous growth in membership and vendor interaction over the past few years. HTG currently has 25 peer groups including two active groups in Australia and one in the UK. In addition, HTG hosts two annual events each attacting over 500 attendees. In the past year, HTG has announced unique initiatives focused on helping