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    Frazier & Deeter Announces Speakers for January 25 Entrepreneur Event

    Nationally recognized experts speaking at Nashville event

    Today Frazier & Deeter and The Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs announced speakers for an entrepreneur event to be held on January 25th in Nashville, Tennessee. Speakers at the event will include Bo Burlingham, Cliff Oxford and Doug Tatum.

     “Frazier & Deeter is excited to bring our entrepreneur events program to Nashville,” said Jason Meadows, Managing Partner of Frazier & Deeter’s Nashville practice. “By bringing entrepreneurs face to face with nationally recognized thought leaders, we provide the opportunity for them to gain new insights regarding their businesses and how they might chart their future growth.”

    Burlingham is the former executive editor and current editor-at-large of Inc. Magazine. He is also the author of two books with Jack Stack, the pioneer of open-book management, The Great Game of Business and A Stake in the Outcome; one book with Inc. columnist and serial entrepreneur Norm Brodsky, Street Smarts; and his own Small Giants: Companies That Choose To Be Great Instead of Big. He is currently completing work on his next book, Finish Big, which examines the most important and least understood phase of the entrepreneurial journey and explores the eight key issues that determine whether or not entrepreneurs have happy exits.

    Oxford is the founder of the Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs and the founder of a three-time Inc. 500 Fastest Growing company.  He is the author of an entrepreneur blog published by the New York Times.

    Tatum is an Associate Professor at Middle Tennessee State University and the holder of the Wright Travel Chair in Entrepreneurship. He is a recognized expert on capital markets and entrepreneurial growth businesses, having testified before Congress on more than one occasion concerning the financing issues faced by growing companies. He was the founder and Chairman of the nation’s largest executive services firm, Tatum, LLC. Tatum is also the Chairman of Newport Board Group and its affiliated private equity firm, Evolution Capital partners.

    Tatum’s ideas concerning growth companies, private equity and the capital markets have been cited by leading media including Inc. Magazine, The Financial Times, New York Times and MSNBC.

    More information about the invitation-only event is available by calling 615.259.7600 or by emailing Nashville@Frazierdeeter.com.

    About Frazier & Deeter

    Frazier & Deeter is a nationally recognized CPA and Advisory firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm provides tailored services across a wide range of tax, audit, accounting and advisory needs. Frazier & Deeter is one of the 100 largest firms in the country and has been named the #1 Accounting Firm to Work For in the U.S. by Accounting Today magazine and one of the top “Best of the Best” CPA firms in the U.S. by Inside Public Accounting.

    About The Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs

    The Oxford Center is an educational and leadership platform for business leaders. Combining education, innovation and networking, The Oxford Center connects leaders to leaders to increase their revenues and elevate their business profiles.

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