June 5, 2019 – Virtual Assistants Brad Stevens and Emmy Winner Jeff Bloom

June 5, 2019 – Virtual Assistants Brad Stevens and Emmy Winner Jeff Bloom

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Brad Stevens – CEO Virtual Assistants and Outsourcing Expert

 For 5 to 7 bucks a hour, your virtual assistant is making more
money than surgeons and doctors in their countries. 

Brad Stevens is the Founder and CEO of Brad Stevens Training International, Outsourcing Mastery, and Double Me Now Virtual Assistants that help businesses eliminate challenges of time, funds and knowledge by using global, low-cost virtual staff. It is a rapidly growing trend that is here to stay that businesses must understand and embrace or be left behind. As a lifetime entrepreneur, he has helped build multiple 7 figure businesses in domestic and international markets within several industries including physical products, eCommerce and professional services. He has become one of the nation’s top advisors and keynote speakers on outsourcing and virtual teams for global firms, CEO peer groups, universities, and top-ranked business organizations including EO, YPO, SCORE, Vistage, TAB, and the CEO Brain Trust. Brad also serves on the board of the Atlanta Chapter of the Global Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) where he has served as Chair for Strategic Partners and Accelerator. He also serves on the committee for NERVE and the EO United Nations initiative. For his work with startups to $100 million businesses, he has been featured in Inc Magazine, Octane Magazine and the EO Global Innovation Forum, the Wall Street Business Network, the cover of Small Business Magazine and is a past winner of the Top 40 Most Innovative Companies in GA.

Jeff Bloom – Founder and CEO of Synchro Arts

Jeff Bloom, originally from Ohio, is a musician and physicist. He developed the technology back in the 1980s when researching digital music. It started as a big box Hollywood studies would buy and is now a plug-in piece of software. He can talk about the tech and how it is used, but also how he conquered Hollywood and how he kept the technology relevant over such a long period of time. Jeff’s company Synchro Arts winning a technology Emmy on April 7 in Las Vegas. Synchro Arts is an audio tech company based outside of London. Nobody has heard of them, but they will hear what they do every time they turn on the TV, go to the movies or play music. The company has two pieces of tech that has been behind audio content of Hollywood blockbusters since the 1980s and behind record music. In film and TV shows it has perfected the art of perfect lip synchronization – so much so that you could record your own voiceover to your favorite film – You could be the voice of say Woody in Toy Story. In music, its technology is a more sophisticated version of auto-tune – creating tone and pitch perfect audio irrespective of talent.