Shaping the future of the pre-eminent organization for entrepreneurs
Washington, DC, July 1, 2004: TCG (Turner Consulting Group), the Federal grants management solutions specialist, today announced that company President Daniel A. Turner has been named to the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization International Board. Named in March 2004, Mr. Turner is the Chair of the Learning Committee.
In this wide-ranging role, Mr. Turner will spearhead YEO members’ education activities, including conferences and events at each of the 160 chapters throughout the world.
YEO is an international, non-profit organization dedicated to the support, education, and encouragement of entrepreneurs to succeed in improving their companies and themselves. YEO’s members are under 40 years of age and are the owners, founders, co-founders, or controlling shareholders of companies with annual sales of US$1 million or more. The World Entrepreneurs’ Organization (WEO) is YEO’s graduate organization, and is also open to new members who are over the age of 40.
“Entrepreneurs need to be given unique opportunities for education and personal improvement so their companies can continue to excel,” said Mr. Turner. “This is an exciting challenge for me and is one that I’m sure will help TCG become an even better company.”
Mr. Turner will continue to serve as president of the Washington DC chapter through June 2004. From July 2004, he will be on the international board of YEO.
About Turner Consulting Group
TCG (Turner Consulting Group, https://stage.tcg.com) specializes in delivering grants management solutions to the Federal government.
TCG focuses on helping government agencies use the power of the Internet and the Web to better interact with the public, and to generate internal cost savings and efficiencies. TCG projects have won awards for their groundbreaking achievements, including piloting the first inter-agency grants management system, and creating the first and only inter-agency government system to receive secure information from the general public. That system, Interagency Edison (http://www.iedison.gov), was built in 1995 for NIH’s specific needs. Today the system serves the invention and patent reporting requirements of 20 Federal agencies.
TCG was one of the fastest-growing privately-held companies in the United States, as ranked by Inc. magazine. The firm has been on Washington Technology’s Fast 50.
For more information, contact David G. Cassidy on 202–742-8471 or email@example.com, or see https://stage.tcg.com.
Founded in 1987, the Young Entrepreneurs’ Organization (YEO) has grown into the premier, peer-to-peer, global community, network and resource for entrepreneurs. Dedicated to fostering growth of young entrepreneurs through an array of learning and networking opportunities, YEO has more than 5,500 members worldwide. With members in more than 142 cities, spanning 35 countries, YEO’s rapidly expanding membership includes entrepreneurs from virtually every size and type of business. Membership in YEO is by invitation only. YEO members are under 40 years of age and the founders, co-founders, owners or controlling shareholders of businesses with gross annual revenues exceeding (US) $1 million. Members graduate from YEO, the year they turn 40, and are encouraged to join the World Entrepreneurs’Organization (WEO), YEO’s graduate organization.
For more information, go to http://www.yeo.org.