Entrepreneurs’ Organization Austin Announces Winter 2020 Membership Class

United States, Texas, Austin – 01-23-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — Austin, Texas – January 23, 2020 – Entrepreneurs’ Organization Austin, better known as EO Austin, is proud to announce its new membership class of ten founder operators.

Nicholas Mares, Kettle & FireRobert Turner, The Wentwood CompaniesCarolyn Lowe, ROI SwiftAnn Shippy, Anny Shippy MD PAJason Carlyon, Buda Dental ProfessionalsMax Dittmer, Core Office InteriorsChris Kopacek, Lonestar Development PartnersM. Jordan Scott, 512 Asset ManagementRainer Castillo, Chubbies, IncBen Tieggelaar, Enable Dental 

  • “EO Austin is proud to welcome another class of proven business owners and community leaders,” said board president Tim Mooney, of Lead Commercial. 
  • EO Austin, a non-profit, holds regular chapter and small-group events for entrepreneurs to cultivate their professional, personal, and family lives within a peer group. 

About EO: As the world’s only peer-to-peer network exclusively for entrepreneurs, EO helps transform the lives of those who transform the world. We educate, we inspire and we offer invaluable resources in the form of global events, leadership-development programs, an online entrepreneur forum and executive education opportunities, among other offerings designed for personal and professional growth. https://www.eonetwork.org/About EO Austin: A leading “super chapter”, EO Austin currently has 192 members who own and operate diverse businesses from one to tens of millions of dollars in annual revenue. https://eoaustin.com/
 Contact: Andi McKayChapter Manager512-820-6541[email protected]

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Company Name: EO Austin
Full Name: Andy McKay
Phone: 512-820-6541
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Website: https://eoaustin.com/

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