GMass Emailer Tag

http://www.cyberears.com/cybrss/31691.mp3   Ajay Goel - Founder and Developer of GMass [caption id="attachment_25891" align="alignright" width="150"] Ajay Goel[/caption] Ajay Goel is the founder and developer of GMass, a mass email marketing system for Gmail. It is a three-year-old fully bootstrapped company that has more than 100,000 users. Ajay has a really interesting entrepreneurial journey. He gave up his spot in medical school at Case Western to pursue his software dreams. Right out of college, he started his own web development company, which he eventually grew to 20 employees. While running that company, he created JangoMail, an email marketing platform. He grew it over 10 years eventually selling it to a private equity firm.   Jeremy Segal - Director of Green Candle Inc. Jeremy Segal is the director of Green Candle Inc. Green Candle steps in to fill the void in cryptocurrency Dash ecosystem, offering escrow services for proposals. Green Candle provides escrow services for the Dash proposal system, operating as a step between proposal owners and the treasury to ensure funds are secured, converted if need be, and distributed upon the receipt of project deliverables, including all the legal and structural factors applying to these steps. To date, Green Candle has managed a number of proposals, including the Great American Pilgrimage, the newest iteration of Dash Aerosports, full integration into the General Bytes product lineup, and most recently Bellator MMA World Welterweight Champion Rory MacDonald. Jeremy sees Green Candle growing to foster a number of relationships with the Dash network over the coming years.   Dr. Shawn Jones - head and neck surgeon and Author of Finding Heart In Art: A Surgeon's Renaissance Approach To Healing Modern Medical Burnout [caption id="attachment_25893" align="alignright" width="150"] Dr. Shawn Jones[/caption] Dr. Shawn C. Jones is a board-certified Otolaryngologist (Head and Neck Surgeon) trained in robotic surgery. He is the senior and founding member of his specialty group, Purchase ENT, which he began in 1995. He was president of the Kentucky Medical Association (KMA) from 2011 to 2012, serving on the board of trustees for over fifteen years. In 2016, he was honored with the association’s Distinguished Service Award. He serves on KMA’s American Medical Association delegation and was recently elected president of the Kentucky Foundation for Medical Care. He regularly uses his expertise to help the underserved on medical mission trips previously traveling to Romania, Kenya, and Honduras.     ...