Respecting Veterans…and helping a great High School

As we remember and recognize the sacrifice of our Veterans this Friday, we are honored that several Veterans currently serve on our Advisory Board, and we have the opportunity to work with so many more through our client engagements.

The brilliance of the team at root9B, as they help their clients maintain the highest possible level of cyber security as their way of protecting the country after “taking off” the uniform, is unparalleled.

Down in South Carolina, a number of Veterans has teamed up to help clean up waterways.  Their organization, Wounded Nature/Working Veterans is trying to raise funds to purchase two new boats to help their efforts.  Click on the website to see how you can help.

Our recently announced incubator has attracted a number of clients already, including a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned business, Renaissance Global Services.

And clients…and Veterans…continue to help worthy causes.  Power Survey Company, after learning of the plight of St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, made one of the largest contributions in the school’s history to help keep it alive:  http://www.njbiz.com/article/20161104/SFW/ 161109876/what-does-high-school-basketball-have-to-do-with-business-in-new-jersey.

Back to our Advisory Board, as if he didn’t have enough going on in his life already, Medal of Honor recipient and NBC military analyst Col. Jack Jacobs has given more of his time to help Rutgers and its Business School by serving on its Advisory Board:  http://www.business.rutgers.edu/executive-education/blogs/breakthrough-interview-jack-jacobs-rutgers-rotc-alum.

Great work by great clients…and a big thank you to the Veterans among us.


Post by Bob Zito on 11/10/16

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