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
For more than 19 years, Eric's passion has been helping small and medium-sized businesses deploy the best and smartest technologies to be successful. In his role as Director of MSP and SMB Marketing - North America for Intel, Eric regularly delivers relevant content through his weekly posts at www.erictownsendblog.com and his business best practices videos at www.youtube.com/user/IntelMSP.
Doug Sleeter's in-depth knowledge of accounting software solutions and his "systems" approach to solving accounting problems for the SMB market have earned him the reputation of being one of the nation's leading small business accounting software experts. He has been named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting" by Accounting Today magazine and he was recently recognized by The
Earle has worked in the information technology industry for more than 20 years. Earle Humphreys most recently was the head of Comptia’s Business Accreditation Program where he designed and built THE FIRST independent Security business technical accreditation in the industry targeted at VAR market and Security vendors channel partners.
In 20 years of sales and channel executive leadership, Lee Finck has proven himself with an indisputable track record of success. Through his leadership, Finck has driven successful teams of all sizes in both startups and publicly traded organizations. As a channels leader, Finck has posted award-winning and innovative performances, driving a doubling of business in a publicly traded company (F5
Paul Chisholm is ranked the 26th best-performing CEO in the world by the prestigious Harvard Business Review. He has also been recognized as a leading managed services industry executive, named to the distinguished MSPmentor 250 list of the most influential executives in the industry for two years in a row.
Steve Harper is a 25 year industry veteran who helped found many vendor advisory councils as president including BTC, and VentureTech Network. He served on Advisory Council of IBM, Compaq, Toshiba, HP, 3COM, and others over the years and has always fought for the SMB reseller in tieriary markets. He's also been a part of TPG and HTG peer groups and active member of those communities.