Bryan Bostic - Taking Another Swing At It

  • 23 Feb 2016
  • 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
  • 2000 E. Cary Street, Richmond, VA
  • 17


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"Taking Another Swing At It"

Bryan was one of the first entrepreneurs in the Richmond area to benefit from the Internet. He founded 2b Technology, a software based ticketing company targeted to museums. When Ticketmaster was looking for access to local content, it purchased 2b for its potential access to 100 million local customers.  His next venture was an answer to a much less technology oriented problem - SmartBox Portable Storage which was sold to SIRVA Corporation of Chicago.  More recently, Bryan has been active as a board member or senior executive at several other local companies including Foodify, formerly VMeals.

He has also been active in the RVA community, and has been involved for more than 10 years in efforts to find a place for baseball in Richmond. 

Bryan will talk to encorepreneur! about his transition from entrepreneur to a more consultative business role, and about What's Next! for his career and maybe a little bit about baseball.

The Virginia Holocaust Museum

Our February meeting will be at the Virginia Holocaust Museum on Cary Street in Schockoe Bottom. This promises to be one of the most interesting of the more than 20 different location that has hosted an encorepreneur! breakfast and continues our tradition of introducing our members to new locations and ideas.

The Virginia Holocaust Museum was founded in 1997 by Mark Fetter, Al Rosenbaum, and one of Richmond’s youngest Holocaust survivors, Jay Ipson, in an effort to preserve and educate people on the atrocities of the Holocaust. 

The Museum is now housed in the abandoned “Climax” American Tobacco Company Warehouse known as the “extra attic” and is located in Richmond’s historic Shockoe Bottom. 

Painted railway tracks  and docents guide visitors through the interactive exhibits and assist in drawing together two narratives: the broader historic realities of the Holocaust, and the specific account of the Ipson family's ordeal and survival. 

If you have not been to the Museum, you really should not miss this interesting breakfast. 

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