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
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.
Tim Carney - MCP, Small Business Specialist is President of EBT Solutions / SFBay-Link Network Services, Inc. Since 2002, Tim has been providing technology consulting services to emerging San Francisco Bay Area businesses and assisting other IT Professionals in designing Secure Infrastructure. Involved with Microsoft’s Small Business Specialist Community for several years, Tim co-founded BASBiTS.
One of three Managing Partners of a growing, customer centric and community minded MSP in Sarasota, FL. Beside being a full service trusted advisor to their clients, this company gives back to the community in both volunteer time, leadership and financial gifts making them successful both in their field but also as good business citizens.
Ali Din has been deeply involved in the channel for over 15 years, forging relationships with key vendors that support the emerging cloud services market including Microsoft, Trend Micro, and NetApp. Ali leveraged these relationships to take dinCloud, a young startup from zero awareness, to being a major player in the cloud services market. Examples include being highlighted during a keynote at M
Brad is the founder/president of the National Information Security Group, an "uber user group" that provides security education to those in both the SMB and the enterprise markets with chapters around the USA. Brad volunteers his time to provide this service, and regularly donates the majority of NAISG's income directly to charity, with more than $50,000 donated so far. Brad does all of this in h