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Brian Moyer -- Technology Entrepreneur & Leader, Advisor and Innovator

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In this episode of the Advisory Board {INSIDER} podcast, Brian Moyer shares his experiences in the world of entrepreneurship, beginning with his own financial planning firm and into the tech sector, finding a passion for software development.

Eventually he became the CEO of the Nashville Technology Council. During his tenure, Brian witnessed significant growth in the city's tech sector, attracting major companies like Amazon and Oracle.

Brian discusses the importance of advisory boards, explaining how his experience as a CEO and founder has allowed him to assist other companies in doing better. He emphasizes the importance of having clarity on a business's goals and challenges, as well as finding the right people with specific skills to help achieve those goals.

The conversation also delves into his new adventure, founding a venture studio, which combines aspects of venture funds, accelerators, and incubators.

Offering a deep glimpse into his personal journey, my conversation with Brian highlights his continued dedication to entrepreneurial innovation and success within the technology industry.

Brian Moyer
Trusted Advisor | Technology Nerd | Creative Problem Solver | Certified Chair

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In this episode of the Advisory Board {INSIDER} podcast, Brian Moyer shares his experiences in the world of entrepreneurship, beginning with his own financial planning firm and into the tech sector, finding a passion for software development.

Eventually he became the CEO of the Nashville Technology Council. During his tenure, Brian witnessed significant growth in the city's tech sector, attracting major companies like Amazon and Oracle.

Brian discusses the importance of advisory boards, explaining how his experience as a CEO and founder has allowed him to assist other companies in doing better. He emphasizes the importance of having clarity on a business's goals and challenges, as well as finding the right people with specific skills to help achieve those goals.

The conversation also delves into his new adventure, founding a venture studio, which combines aspects of venture funds, accelerators, and incubators.

Offering a deep glimpse into his personal journey, my conversation with Brian highlights his continued dedication to entrepreneurial innovation and success within the technology industry.

Brian Moyer
Trusted Advisor | Technology Nerd | Creative Problem Solver | Certified Chair

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