Texas Spine Clinic is a clinic in San Antonio, TX that specializes in the treatment of non-surgical disorders involving the spine and musculoskeletal system. With an expertise in the latest forms of treatment and technology, Texas Spine Clinic offers multiple solutions to help with disorders ranging from lower back pain to general aches and pains.
Fohm is an innovative memory foam company.The two guys behind Fohm are Erick Arbe and Nick Ondrako, two long-time friends and business partners that have grown several different companies together.
Over the past year, they have forged great relationships within the memory foam industry and worked closely with industry experts to develop a truly cutting edge memory foam company.
The pillows are made in the US and the chemists working on the product have made huge strides in the advancement of memory foam. Their hard and work and innovation will ensure you get a better night of sleep.
BusinessInterviews.com: Technology and pillows are not words you often hear in the same sentence. What inspired your decision to innovate memory foam?
Louis Laves-Webb LCSW, LPC-S & Associates provide depth-oriented Psychotherapy services for individuals, couples, and groups. They also offer sliding scale therapy and supervision for those clinicians looking to begin their own clinical practice.
BusinessInterviews.com: What inspired you to launch your business?
Chief executive officer Lindy Benton has worked in the healthcare information technology field for more than 20 years and is currently the CEO of EA Holdings, which includes MEA and NEA. MEA|NEA is an industry leader in revenue cycle enhancement for payers and providers. It manages the secure exchange of health information, providing critical functionality to payers, medical and dental providers and other agents.
BusinessInterviews.com: Can you share how your early career working with multi-challenged preschoolers helped encourage your interest in technologies that could help the kids you were serving?
Tangiblee reinvents the online shopping experience with a visual and tactile experience, which increases conversions and reduces returns.
BusinessInterviews.com: How did you come with the concept behind Tangiblee?
Eddie Newquist, the chief creative officer at Global Experience Specialists, has more than 25 years of experience creating and producing a wide range of events, exhibitions, attractions, and tours for Hollywood brands and studios such as Warner Bros. Entertainment, The Walt Disney Company, Pixar Animation Studios, FOX Broadcasting Company, and Universal Studios. He spent 10 years working with Universal Studios on the creative development and production of theme parks and attractions. While head of the studio division of Iwerks Entertainment, he was responsible for developing a wide variety of special format films and interactive attractions. During the past eight years, he has led the GES entertainment team in a variety of events, promotional tours, holiday experiences, and touring museum exhibitions.
Businessinterviews.com: Tell us more about your role with GES.
Eddie: I wear two hats at GES. I’m the chief creative officer of the company, and I also work with the events and entertainment division on a daily basis. This enables me to work creatively across the company so we can share best practices around the globe. It also allows me to spend time in the entertainment field — where I’ve spent most of my career — and see exciting new applications.
OmniMD is a subsidiary of Integrated Systems Management, Inc. (ISM) is a US-based software development and consulting firm in business for 24 years. OmniMD has more than 12,000 physicians using our Electronic Medical Records, Practice Management, Medical Billing, Health Information Exchange (HIE) and Accountable Care Solutions.
BusinessInterviews.com: Can you share how OmniMD helps physician practices and healthcare organizations improve their operations both clinically and financially?
Charlie Pace brings 25 years of business experience and a passion for creating tasty and nutritious gluten-free fare to his role as President and CEO of Smart Flour Foods. After realizing his own gluten intolerance and moving to a gluten-free diet in 2009, Charlie took a keen interest in finding foods that were nutritious, gluten-free and delicious. Discovering that unique combination in Smart Flour Foods and seeing an opportunity to take its amazing products to the masses, he acquired Smart Flour Foods in 2011.
The team at Smart Flour Foods believes that everyone should love what they eat, and their passion is creating delicious and nutritious gluten-free foods through the power of Ancient Grains.
All of their products are based on their very own signature Smart Flour, which is a proprietary blend of the Ancient Grains amaranth, sorghum and teff. These grains deliver both an unbelievably good taste and an elevated nutritional profile that feature vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber. Smart Flour Foods’ commitment to nutrition and quality means that they use only all-natural ingredients that never contain artificial preservatives or synthetic hormones.
BusinessInterviews.com: What are some advantages of including Ancient Grains in a balanced diet?
Joelle Jay is a principal with the global leadership development firm, Leadership Research Institute (LRI), which specializes in leadership and organizational development. They partner with leaders across a wide variety of industries, helping them to guide and transform their organizations. As an executive coach, author and speaker, Joelle helps leaders leverage their talents to achieve top performance and business results. As a result, leaders are able to sustain the effectiveness and sense of professional well-being that keep them at their best.
BusinessInterviews.com: Why do you believe that leaders never have to choose between success and happiness?
Dr. Jay: If you want to be truly successful, part of your success depends on being happy. The goal is to find personal success that also leads to business or financial success. For example, you may be someone who has been successful but hasn’t taken the time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. In that case, tapping into one of the practices of personal leadership I recommend, Feel Fulfillment, is a way to help you feel that what you’re doing matters, and give you the perspective you need to realign with your goals. You become more successful when you embrace that success and let yourself feel it. By doing so, connect to an internal source of vitality that leaders need in order to strive.
BusinessInterviews.com: How can leaders utilize personal leadership practices to prioritize work and life and maintain a healthy work-life balance?
Matthew Arrington is the executive director and co-founder of Forte Strong, the world’s first failure-to-launch program for men who struggle to leave their parents’ home or find it difficult to become independent. Forte Strong uses a proprietary coaching model to help students find purpose and direction, guide parents and families in empowering their sons, and ultimately create a healthier family dynamic. Matthew currently resides in sunny St. George, Utah.
BusinessInterviews.com: Tell us more about Forte Strong and what it does.
Matthew: Forte Strong is a failure-to-launch company. “Failure to launch” is a young adult’s inability to leave his parents’ home. We specialize in building confident and independent young men. Our students go through a six-month program to grow, learn life skills, and discover how to be self-reliant.
The young adult men we work with are bright and talented but stuck in a rut. They experience things like social anxiety; a lack of confidence, motivation, and leadership; video game addiction; and an inability to manage their finances. It’s frustrating to both these young men and their parents, but our organization helps empower the parents and their sons as they transition into adulthood.
A top sports agent for nearly two decades, Molly Fletcher represented some of the top athletes, coaches and media personalities in the game. Now a popular keynote speaker and author, Molly founded her own consulting company in 2010 out of her desire to apply the relationship building skills learned from her career as a sports agent to the corporate world. Her new book, A Winner’s Guide to Negotiating: How Conversation Gets Deals Done, will be released by McGraw-Hill on September 19.
BusinessInterviews.com: How can we get back to basics when it comes to the art of developing and keeping relationships?