Healthcare leaders among Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings

Among the fast-growing companies ranked in Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings are Los Angeles-based Cloudbreak Health and Geneva Health Solutions.

Cloudbreak Health is a unified telemedicine platform dedicated to helping health systems and providers connect, communicate and care for their patients. Cloudbreak platform simplifies how providers care for patients, putting a full care continuum at their fingertips 24/7, removing distance and language barriers.

By combining a cloud-based platform and remote monitoring of implantable cardiac devices, Geneva Health Solutions transforms cardiac device data into actionable information to improve clinical workflow and patient care for cardiology practices across the country.

Read the full announcements:
Cloudbreak Health: Cloudbreak Health Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)
Geneva Health Solutions: Geneva Health Solutions Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)


TaskUs and Cloudbreak Health among Entrepreneur360 honorees

Outsourcing leader TaskUs and telemedicine pioneer Cloudbreak Health have been included in Entrepreneur’s Entrepreneur360 2017 List. The list celebrates the best entrepreneurial companies in America, looking at leaders who can expertly balance impact, innovation, growth and leadership to grow their business. TaskUs ranked third while Cloudbreak Health ranked #25.

“Impact and technology are at the core of TaskUs’ mission,” said TaskUs President Jaspar Weir. “We attribute our growth and success to our commitment to employee satisfaction which we believe drives customer satisfaction.”

“Innovation and impact are important values at Cloudbreak and central to our mission of simplifying and humanizing healthcare,” said Jamey Edwards, CEO of Cloudbreak Health. “We are proud to be recognized by Entrepreneur as a leader in our industry and for our part in pioneering the telemedicine movement.”

Read more:

Taskus Named to the Top Three “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2017 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)

Cloudbreak Health Ranked Number 25 On Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2017 Entrepreneur360™ List (PRWeb)


December 21st, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |

EY’s Scott Porter’s “If I Knew Then” featured in Crain’s

EY’s Scott Porter is a partner and the Entrepreneur Of The Year Program Director in Los Angeles. As an advisory partner, Scott Porter works with public and privately-held companies in the media, entertainment and technology sectors. In the latest “If I Knew Then” feature from Crain’s, Porter talks about the lesson that had the most impact on his professional life.

“Early on, I thought networking should happen overnight, and I didn’t really understand that those relationships take time. And time is my most valuable asset, as well as the most valuable asset of others. It’s not just me who is having to invest my time in getting to know somebody and building that relationship. I didn’t recognize that I was asking the other side to do the same thing—to invest their time, which is scarce, in building a relationship with me.”

Read the full article: If I Knew Then… Scott Porter (Crain’s)

June 30th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Pinterest – The Next Big Thing in Social Media for Businesses

By now, most companies know they should be reaching audiences through Facebook and Twitter profiles. But as Jason Falls of Entrepreneur magazine reports, these social media giants have a serious competitor vying for the attention of Internet users – Pinterest. The site – which allows users to “pin” and share images of their favorite products, places, foods, pretty much anything, on virtual bulletin boards – launched in 2010 and already has more than seven million unique visitors as of December 2011, up from 1.6 million in September 2011.

Not only has it recently exploded in popularity, it’s also driving more traffic to corporate Web sites and blogs than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined, the article explains. Read on to find out why you and/or your company should consider creating a Pinterest profile, and more importantly, to learn how to use it to drive awareness and ultimately sales.

February 15th, 2012|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |