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Business Brief asks presidents, leaders and CEO’s of companies at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center (VTCRC) one question… “What key lesson have you learned in business that would help others?”

Please enjoy the most recent Business Brief with… Mar-Bal, Ron Poff
The leading integrated compounder and molder of BMC Thermoset Composite products and value added finishing services.

  • Wordsprint, Bill Gilmer
    Marketing services provider with graphic design studio, print shop and mail house. Specializing in marketing campaigns for small to medium sized businesses, and fundraising campaigns for nonprofit organizations
  • BioTherapeutics, Dr. Josep Bassaganya-Riera
    A science-based biotechnology company that integrates nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals and informatics to advance precision medicine for preventing and treating autoimmune and metabolic diseases.
  • The Mitchell Law Firm, Jeff Mitchell
    Provides legal services for emerging growth companies.
  • Uncork-It, Eileen Baumann
    Full-service marketing and technology communications, including branding, advertising, publications, technical writing and editing, public relations and social media, trade shows and exhibits, video and website/apps, Intranet development and applications.
  • ACI, Henry Bass
    Provides Internet-related software solutions including specialized database development, data-driven websites, electronic commerce, website design and hosting, and graphics design.
  • VPT, Dan Sable
    Designs and manufactures power conversion solutions for the rapid development of critical power systems in avionics, military and space applications.
  • Rackspace, Doug Juanarena
    Rackspace helps businesses tap the power of cloud computing without the complexity and cost of managing it on their own. Rackspace engineers deliver specialized expertise, easy-to-use tools and Fanatical Support for leading technologies.
  • VTKW, Jim Flowers
    VTKW encourages and enables entrepreneurship world-wide, through innovative curriculum, local business resource centers, and a global network of cooperating regions.
  • VTCRC, Joe Meredith
    Nestled in the heart of Virginia’s Technology Corridor and adjacent to the Virginia Tech (VT) campus, the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center (VTCRC) is home to over 180 research, technology and support companies. Our 230-acre park is located in a beautiful mountain setting, with easy access to the metropolitan areas of northern Virginia and the nation’s capital. An expansion on the northwest side of the park provides enough land to construct 16 buildings in addition to the 33 single- and multi-tenant buildings currently on-site. The VTCRC employs over 3,000 employees.