Marc Gorlin / Roadie
Marc Gorlin has been a successful entrepreneur in Atlanta for almost 20 years. Marc previously co-founded Kabbage Inc., which provides working capital to small and medium-sized businesses and has raised more than $100 million in venture funding and has a $270 million credit facility from Guggenheim Securities. In 1996, Marc was a co-founder and an original board member of Pretty Good Privacy (“PGP”), a company formed to commercialize one of the most prevalent security standards used on the Internet, and recently popularized in the book The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Marc assisted with the initial formation of PGP and oversaw the financing, growth and eventual sale of the company (to Network Associates (Nasdaq: INTC), a public company worth over $1 billion) in December of 1997. After PGP, Marc co-founded VerticalOne Corporation, a content personalization service that was sold to S1 Corporation (Nasdaq: ACIW) for $166 million. Marc was Executive Vice President of VerticalOne and worked in multiple areas of the company including financing, business development, sales, M&A and security issues. Marc is an active speaker on raising venture funding and has spoken at the Technology Association of Georgia, Internet Summit, Southeastern Venture Conference, and Finovate among other conferences. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia and remains an avid bulldog fan.
Jack Daly / BullsEye Telecom
BullsEye Telecom Inc. is a leading telecommunications provider empowering enterprises nationwide with the tools needed to consolidate and better manage critical business functions. BullsEye sets the industry standard for voice and data solutions designed to increase employee productivity, reduce costs and enhance the overall business performance. One telecom partner for complete phone and converged network solutions and support.
Having built a legendary reputation as a unique, different and innovative telecommunications provider, BullsEye is a high-growth, Inc. 500 company. BullsEye has earned the trust of SMBs and Multi-Location National Corporations alike, with telecom solutions that leverage new technologies. Their customers gain operational efficiencies and save with the simplicity and convenience of one accountable supplier, competitive pricing and a single invoice for all locations nationwide. BullsEye guarantees reliability, performance and security. Add to that the peace of mind customers receive from their proprietary online telecom expense management tools and unsurpassed customer support.
Founded in 1999, BullsEye,offers Hosted PBX, voice, data, digital voice, cellular, hosted IP, network security, unified communications and cloud-based managed services. Recipient of the prestigious ChannelVision Magazine 2015 Channel Deployment of the Year Award and recognized for its ongoing innovation with the 2014 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award as well as the 2013 Internet Telephony Award, BullsEye successfully migrates single and multi-location businesses from traditional phone service to Hosted IP PBX, Digital Voice and much more. For more information visit www.bullseyetelecom.com or call 877-438-2855.
Arash Harzand / Forge
Arash is a Chief Medicine Resident at Emory University School of Medicine and the Managing Director of Forge, an initiative that supports healthcare startups by connecting founders, engineers, clinicians and designers. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or linkedin.com/in/arashharzand.