Adapt. Believe. Compete. A Q/A with ABC Medical CEO Keith Jones

Q: Please tell us the story behind ABC Medical and how you became involved. How have you turned ABC into one of the strongest brands in the DME Industry? A: The Company has been in existence since 2003, primarily servicing customers in Texas and Illinois and marketing to wheelchair basketball athletes. In January 2012, I, Read more…

New Year New Possibilities

Note: This blog was originally a Facebook post wishing everyone a Happy New Year. I’d be remiss if I didn’t thank our investors and everyone who works tirelessly to make brettapproved, Inc. what it is. In particular, I’d like to thank: Gillian, Travis, Jason, Walt and Anne. We wouldn’t be where we are without each Read more…

Giving Thanks

Kilmainham Gaol (Jail) I’m thrilled to report that brettapproved enjoyed a productive trip to Web Summit, Dublin. It proved to be professionally and personally rewarding. I’ve been to Mexico City and to northern Mexico as a journalist but this was my first European adventure. My biggest takeaway in regards to accessibility is this: everything is Read more…

Interview with Meg Gerritson, Co-Founder of Hello Mamas

What inspired you to help create Hellomamas? I created Hello Mamas alongside two amazing women and mothers, Christa Terry and Julia High. All three of us faced unique challenges when it came to making and keeping mom friends. My son, Jack, was extremely colicky and had severe food allergies, so I needed to be extra Read more…

The chicken or the egg dilemma

New companies, like children, need to be nurtured, protected and allowed to grow. In business, growth is synonymous with capital. The two walk hand-in-hand like oh, I don’t know, peas and carrots or – you know where I’m going – Forest and Jenny. If we don’t put them (children or a fledgling businesses) in a Read more…

Let the Venture Madness begin!

With eight seconds left in the game the crowd nervously chants “SEVEN, SIX, FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO and propelled by adrenaline the players in white, sweat-soaked jerseys work the ball around the three-point line. Running out of options, the shooter heaves the ball toward the rim. His effort draws iron but ultimately careens harmlessly out Read more…

A thought-provoking afternoon

“SOLD!” he shouted swiftly his voice, gavel and sound block working in perfect harmony. As the utterance of that single syllable echoed through the cavernous “tent” and settled on the ears of the car enthusiasts in attendance, lot number 1630, a 1968 Dodge Charger 426-cubic-inch, Hemi V-8 custom two-door hardtop sold for $126,500. “That’s nothing,” Read more…