Beginning in third grade when she started running the cash register in her father’s pharmacy, Vetter’s marketing counsel has generated millions of dollars for hundreds of clients through what eventually became her award-winning Agency, Modo Modo.
A B2B marketing firm that has appeared on the Inc. 5000 three times, Modo Modo advises Fortune 5000 and hyper-growth mid-market companies capture and grow market share.
A longtime Forbes contributor and the author of AdVenture: An Outsider’s Inside View of Getting an Entrepreneur to Market, Vetter’s thought leadership is well-known and impactful.
Vetter sits on the the executive boards of the Atlanta Marketing Association (AMA), Kennesaw State University Marketing Council, and the non-profit organization 48in48. She is a recipient of the AMA Atlanta Agency Marketer of the Year Award, the Atlanta Business Chronicle Women Who Mean Business Award, TiEAtlanta Entrepreneur of the Year, and the Enterprising Women Entrepreneur of the Year twice.
With a leadership positions in the private, nonprofit, and academic sectors, Neylon has worked at the intersection of applying corporate principles and Entrepreneurial Thinking to leading mission-driven organizations.
Howard H. Stevenson is a historic figure in the field of entrepreneurship – one who has been heralded as “the Lion of Entrepreneurship” by Forbes, credited with “coining the best definition of an entrepreneur ever” by Inc. Magazine, and described as “the individual who will go down in business history as ‘the entrepreneur of the entrepreneurs’” by Steve Jobs’ mentor, Arthur Rock.
Throughout his career as an executive, entrepreneur, consultant, and author working with some of the world’s most valuable brands, respected organizations, and influential leaders, Sinoway has—as Stevenson describes it—“epitomized Entrepreneurial Thinking by succeeding as ‘an entrepreneur’ in a wide breath of organizations that were both early stage and well established.”