We’re humbled that our founder, Marty Weintraub, has been cited on the annual Twin Cities Business Magazine’s prestigious “100 People To Know” list.
While the recognition itself is reason enough to feel thankful and be mindful, it’s meeting the other individuals on the TCB list that gives us grateful pause…
John Noseworthy, CEO of Mayo Clinic, is a person dedicated to amplifying $246 million of internal funds Mayo utilizes for medical research. According to TCB, this research could change the course of history and lives of many around the world.
Another on the list is Susan Rani, president of Rani Engineering. Susan’s a strong woman leading the way in an industry known to be dominated by men. Her experience ranges from working on the new I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis to Mayo Clinic’s $5.6 billion Destination Medical Center expansion, according to TCB. Rock on, Susan.
26-year-old Damola Ogundipe, according to Twin Cities Business, is a Nigerian native and University of Minnesota graduate who founded a rapidly growing startup dedicated to the capitalization of mobile apps that promote civic engagement among youth and minorities. Wow. What an interesting man — what amazing commitment, passion, determination and talent.
For those of you who have not met Marty, we’re pleased to introduce our founder to the greater Minnesota business community.
“Awesome clients make for an inspired agency. I’m proud of our team and what we’ve created at aimClear. Thanks to Twin Cities Business Magazine. Duluth and the Cities are a huge part of the aimClear Story.” — Marty Weintraub
aimClear feels so fortunate to meet others on this interesting, eclectic list and is grateful for the recognition. Congratulations to all those TCB cited. Prayers to all in the world, at this time of Thanksgiving.