SMB Nation and SMB Technology Network are pleased to announce the 2013 SMB 150 winners, posted below. Congratulations to all of the winners!
Many congratulations to this year's SMB 150 List! Be sure to Like and Share the SMB 150 page on Facebook to enter to win a FREE BlackBerry z10 and save the date for our awards gala on May 4th. Here is the list of esteemed winners:
Carlos Fernando Paleo da Rocha
Dana M. Epp
Ramon L. Garcia
Rob T Rae
Brian A. Laufer is the Vice President at Aspire Technologies, Inc. Brian works closely with the QuoteWerks Community to ensure MSPs and VARs have the tools they need to succeed and reach their business goals. Working with partners, Brian makes this happen through educating the community and by facilitating seamless integrations between distributors, PSAs, QuoteWerks, QuoteValet, and other partner
Curtis Hicks, president and CEO of Center for Computer Resources. An early SBS pioneer with SBS version 4.0, at one point CCR supported over 450 installs of SBS. He is responsible for developing and implementing CCR’s business strategies. He has been with CCR for 20 years and has more than 25 years’ experience with small business-focused technology companies as an entrepreneur, senior leader and
Robb Patterson is a guru of technology and a leading consultant to small and medium sized businesses for many years. He’s founder of the NY Small Business Server Meetup Group and Business Development Manager for Progressive Computing. Robb is also a contributing writer to Smallbiztechnology.com and has been involved in the community for many years.
Ramon L. Garcia, son, brother, husband, father and MSP has been nominated for the 2013 SMB150. With over 20 years of professional experience within the IT industry, wearing many hats from End User, Sys Admin, Trainer, Advisor and for the last decade MSP Entrepreneur and Business Consultant to the SMB market. Mr. Garcia owns and operates, Sirama Consulting, which is a boutique MSP/IT Consult
In 2002, Mr. Chapman founded the American Small Business League (ASBL) with a goal of stopping the diversion of federal small business contracts to large corporations. Mr. Chapman has been credited with prompting the first federal investigation and congressional hearing looking into the diversion of small business contracts to large corporations. As a result of Chapman's work, small businesses ac