Hedgehog Hosting is pleased to announce that co-founder, Richard Feller has been elected as a Board Member with the Small Business Council of the Consumer Technology Association.
Hedgehog Hosting is pleased to announce that co-founder, Richard Feller has been elected as a Board Member with the Small Business Council of the Consumer Technology Association. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), formerly the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), unites 2,200 companies within the consumer technology industry. The CTA focuses on providing unparalleled market research to members, offers networking opportunities with business advocates and industry leaders, provides up-to-date educational programs and technical training, and represents the voice of the technology industry. Furthermore, the CTA Small Business Council was formed specifically to support the growth and success of small companies by providing programs that fan the flames of entrepreneurial spirit and serve their business needs. The SBC drives the growth and success of entrepreneurs through education, collaboration and mentoring.
"Richard is a perfect choice to help the CTA expand their efforts through the SBC" says Hedgehog co-founder Jeff Chanesman. "He is keen to the needs of small businesses, like ours, and I am sure his expertise will help other companies within the CTA to grow and succeed."
2016 is a big year for Hedgehog Hosting as we are celebrating our 15 year anniversary this March and with that milestone we are launching our expanded Technology Services division. Hedgehog Technology Services has already begun working with many new hosting and cloud services clients and providers outside of our physical infrastructure. We will now be supporting these externally hosted platforms while still fostering the unique values that we have brought to our Managed Hosting client's for over 15 years.
This news comes on the heels of the annual CTAInnovate conference that was held in New York City earlier this year. CTAInnovate connects the technology industry around the theme of fostering innovation in companies of all sizes. Richard comments, "I was very excited to be in New York attending CTAInnovate and I am honored to have been elected to be part of the team at the SBC." His board term began on January 1, 2016.
More information about the Small Business Council can be found at https://cta.tech/Membership/Divisions-and-Councils/Small-Business-Council.aspx
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