Posts Tagged ‘Tony Jeff’

StartupBus to make stop in Jackson; looking for riders

JACKSON — The Tennessee StartupBus will make a stop in the Jackson metro area March 3 on its way to compete in the National StartupBus Competition in San Antonio, Texas, and Innovate Mississippi is seeking two Mississippi entrepreneurs to join the Tennessee bus. StartupBus North America is a mobile competition where busses filled with entrepreneurs, […] [...]

Will Bunker a perfect ‘match’ for Mississippi tech conference

A leader in entrepreneurial technology will be the keynote speaker at the 14th Annual Conference on Technology Innovation Nov. 12 and 13 at the Jackson Convention Complex. Will Bunker, a graduate of Mississippi State University, was co-founder of the pioneering online dating service that later became Match.com, the world’s largest personal site, will address the […] [...]

Mississippi Innovators honors entrepreneurs with global influence

Many people outside of Mississippi might be surprised to find out that Mississippi hasn’t just produced some of the country’s most famous entertainment stars like Elvis Presley, Oprah Winfrey and Morgan Freeman. The state also has been fertile ground for a large number of business entrepreneur superstars. Believing it is important to tell the stories […] [...]

Rayburn named to board

Mississippi Technology Alliance (MTA) president and CEO Tony Jeff announced the selection of its 2011 – 2013 board of directors chairman, Dr. Bill Rayburn of Oxford. As the co-founder and CEO of FNC Inc., the mortgage technology company that pioneered real estate collateral information, Rayburn is no novice to innovation as he led FNC to […] [...]

Q&A: Tony Jeff, president and CEO of Mississippi Technology Alliance

by Published: August 28,2011

Tags: Mississippi Technology Alliance, Q&A, Tony Jeff

Ball State report highlights need for more venture capital Tony Jeff is the president and CEO of the Mississippi Technology Alliance, a nonprofit organization striving to drive innovation and technology-based businesses in Mississippi. Jeff is a Clinton native who studied industrial engineering at Mississippi State University and earned an MBA as well as a master’s […] [...]

Jeff’s plan extends to all at MTA

The Mississippi Technology Alliance recently held its third-annual Innovators Hall of Fame Awards Gala and eleventh-annual Conference on High Technology. At the Gala, Dr. Robert C. Khayat, chancellor emeritus of The University of Mississippi was awarded the 2010 Legends Award, and Dr. John Bower, Will Primos and Dr. Bill Rayburn were inducted to the Hall […] [...]

Scott Hamilton on CIT.MS

RIDGELAND- MBJ-TV sits down with CIT.MS executive director Scott Hamilton to talk about his association and how it promotes information technology as a business tool in Mississippi. [...]

2010 New Venture Challenge

JACKSON- Entrepreneurs and investors from the technology and business worlds meet for the 2010 New Venture Challenge, held in Jackson and sponsored by the Mississippi Technology Alliance. [...]

Tony Jeff, Mississippi Technology Alliance

March 23, 2010 – Jeff talks with MBJ-TV reporter Stephen McDill about his role as president of the MTA, some of the organization’s recent efforts to promote technology, and if Mississippi is the next Silicon Valley. [...]

Jeff named to lead MTA

by Published: January 25,2010

Tags: Jan Farrington, Mississippi Technology Alliance, Tony Jeff

The Mississippi Technology Alliance (MTA) board of directors chair Jan Farrington announced that Tony Jeff has been selected as the organization’s new president and CEO. Jeff previously served as vice president and chief operating officer and director of MTA’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship where he coordinated MTA’s efforts to help entrepreneurs bring their innovations […] [...]

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