Tennessean adds new biz columnists
Lance Williams, the business editor of The Tennessean in Nashville, writes about the paper’s new columnists for the business section.
Williams writes, “To that end, I’m pleased to introduce some new names and faces that will be providing expert commentary on a number of key topics for The Tennessean.
“In today’s edition, you’ll see a column by Ben Hanback, founder of The Hanback Group. His company is an employee benefits, enrollment and human resources consulting company. His columns are designed to give you all the tools you need to help get your professional lives in order and focused on meeting your key goals.
“Another recent addition to our Sunday lineup is J.J. Rosen, CEO of Atiba. His focus will be on the growth in the mobile industry, and how it is affecting businesses and consumers. Rosen’s company has been helping Nashville companies with their technology needs for nearly two decades.
“Starting next Sunday, Bytes of Knowledge co-founder Julie May is joining the lineup to help explain the ever-changing software market, and what it means for today’s companies. May’s firm was recently named a website awards finalist in the 2013 American Business Awards, also called the Stevies. Bytes of Knowledge was chosen as a finalist in two categories for their work on Logan’s Roadhouse mobile website and commercial real estate firm Southeast Venture’s website.
“And finally, starting on Mondays, Ed Rappuhn, a business counselor from SCORE, a nonprofit group designed to educate and mentor entrepreneurs, will be taking our questions on the basics of starting and growing a business.”
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