BlueBridge Networks in Cleveland Ohio provides best-in-class Datacenter Services, including Work Group Recovery, Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery and Managed Storage and Services.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary, they hosted a party for community and business leaders, customers, techies and more.
John Goodman and brother Kevin Goodman
The schmoozing, networking, music and food and drink was interrupted briefly by a few speeches.
Brad Nellis, Director of NEOSA, the COSE Technology Network, has followed the BlueBridge story since they started. After congratulating BlueBridge he gave some numbers that tell how "Tech is kicking ass in Northeast Ohio."
Jack Schron, CEO of Jergens, Inc. and also a member of Cuyahoga County Council, presented a proclamation from Cuyahoga County and told how Jergens runs their Tooling University at BlueBridge and 250,000 students went through the on-line training this year.
Jon J. Pinney is Managing Partner of Kohrman Jackson & Krantz. He spoke of the devastating loss in a fatal skiing accident of their partner Marc C. Krantz who was one of the founders of BlueBridge. He told how Marc would have loved the roomful of entrepreneurs and that the firm intends to carry on with Marc's vision.
City of Cleveland Executive Small Business Development Director Kevin Schmotzer told how business is booming in Cleveland from small startups to major projects. He said that the success of BlueBridge Networks exemplifies this boom.
Congratulations to John, Kevin and the entire BlueBridge team for 10 years of world-class services and technology.
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