Atlanta, GA - Intellinet, a highly certified and nationally recognized IT strategy and technology consulting services firm, announces that Founder and CEO, Frank Bell, has been selected as a panelist for the "Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs" program. The panel discussion is part of an educational program of the Institute for Enterprise and Innovation, Inc. Mr. Bell will address the topic of "Developing Your Product" at the Tuesday, May 3rd event which will take place at the offices of King & Spalding from 6:00 to 8:15 p.m.
The panel discussion will be moderated by Jim Stratigos, serial entrepreneur and CEO, Jacket Micro Devices, Inc. and will feature two additional panelists, including Said Mohammedioun, serial entrepreneur; CTO, Intellisync Corporation and Shereef Nawar, managing partner, TechDiscovery. The entrepreneurial program is sponsored by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and TAG's Entrepreneurial Forum. The entrepreneurial series is a five week course designed to develop business skills for entrepreneurs to compete in today's economy and features more than 20 thought leaders from the Georgia business community.
As founder of Intellinet, Mr. Bell created a values-based company that focuses on helping clients succeed by providing innovative technology solutions that produce business value. Mr. Bell's unique vision that promises kept are the most powerful competitive advantage possible has earned the loyalty of some of the most familiar names in business. Since 1993, he has led the company to be one of the most highly certified Microsoft partners worldwide with "gold certification" in five areas: Advanced Infrastructure, Business Intelligence, Information Worker, Integrated E-Business, and Security.
Most recently, Mr. Bell was selected by Georgia Trend magazine as one of Georgia's brightest stars in their annual "40 under 40" award issue. The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and Atlanta Business Chronicle Small Business Person of the Year (1998), Mr. Bell is involved in influential civic and industry organizations, including the Georgia CIO Leadership Association and Microsoft Partner Advisory Councils. He is active in the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Buckhead Coalition, Young President's Organization, the High Tech Prayer Breakfast Host Committee and is a board member for various non-profit organizations including Creating Pride and NextExit. He was the youngest appointee to the Stetson University Business School board, where he earned his bachelors degree in marketing.
The business community is invited to enroll in the "Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs" series through TAG to learn from and interact with business leaders like Mr. Bell. Enrollment in the program is limited to 50 students. Registration and directions are available at www.tagonline.org.