Tino Mantella / Technology Association of Georgia
Tino Mantella is the president and CEO of the Technology Association of Georgia. Since coming to TAG in 2004, Mantella has worked with a team of dedicated volunteers and staff to: build a prestigious board made up of 60 technology stakeholders, grown membership by more than 500%, and added a series of programs and services that support TAGâ€™s vision of educating, informing and uniting the technology community.
Robert Anderson / BrightWhistle
Robert Anderson is a Marketing and Sales Analyst atÂ BrightWhistle. The recent UGA graduate started with BrightWhistle in 2011. Before that he held a Production Assistant Internship at Curent TV as well as an internship with Turner Broadcasting as a New Products Group Intern.
BrightWhistle was inspired byÂ the passion both founders shared for the convergence of digital media and online marketing. Founders Chad Mallory and Greg Foster shared one core belief â€“ relevant content has the power to connect businesses with their prospective customers. When combined with advanced marketing science and a scalable technology platform, the resulting solution addresses the digital marketerâ€™s most compelling challenge â€“ how to generate and convert qualified leads for their business.
Jeffery Spence / Innovolt
Jeffery Spence joined Innovolt as President and COO in 2010 after more than 15 years in executive and corporate development roles growing worldwide companies in the energy, finance, telecommunications and technology sectors across five continents and dozens of countries. In addition to his leadership roles with Innovolt, Spence continues to consult to the industry regarding sales, corporate finance, technology, business incubation and international business development. He is an active speaker across multiple industries and disciplines, having appeared at high-profile conferences including Comdex, Networld+Interop, The Homeland Security Summit, and the International Autobody Congress & Exposition (NACE). In addition, Spence has counseled policy groups including the United Nations, the European Union, and a host of other government and business groups on subjects ranging from economic development, entrepreneurialism, sales and marketing to government intervention and monetary policy.
Spence holds Bachelor of Science degrees in both Electronic Engineering and Physics from California State University, Chico where he was a competitive decathlete. He currently serves on the board of a number of domestic and international companies and is actively involved in the financing and development of a number of charities and foundations.
Atlanta-based Innovolt is an electronics protection leader and first to bridge the gap between the power protection and asset service markets. Cost-effective, highly scalable and integratable, Innovoltâ€™s proprietary and patented power protection technology is proven to significantly increase product lifespan and reliability.
Innovoltâ€™s comprehensive technology platform is proven to help electronic equipment last longer, with fewer service interruptions, by keeping it safe from the common power disturbances that most often damage electronics. This patented electronics protection guards against damage from 99.5 percent of power interruptions, including infinite voltage and current variations. Innovoltâ€™s technology also provides valuable real-time diagnostics recording both power levels and quality to help effectively manage electronic assets.