Small Business Consultant Spoke Feb. 28 to GABB

GSU Small Business Center Consultant Spoke to GABB on Feb. 28

Richard “Tres” Crow, III

Richard “Tres” Crow, III, a business consultant with the Georgia State University Small Business Development Center, spoke on Feb. 28 to the Georgia Association of Business Brokers.

The GABB is the state’s only association of professionals who help in the purchase and sale of businesses and franchises. The meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Dunwoody Public Library at 5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338, preceded by a 10 a.m. networking session with coffee and pastries.

Crow presentation to GABB Feb 28 2017

An audio recording of his presentation is available here.

Mr. Crow works with the UGA Small Business Development Center at Georgia State University (UGA SBDC at GSU). He is an experienced marketing and sales professional with extensive skill in marketing, technology, entrepreneurship, and social media. Having worked successfully in a variety of fields—as a lender, banker, insurance agent, membership manager, marketing and copy-writing freelancer, as well as a sales and operations manager at both regional and national retail banks—he has a wide-ranging view of several key aspects of the business and entrepreneurial communities.Mr. Crow earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of West Georgia, a B.A. in history from the University of Michigan, and an Associate of Arts in business from Young Harris College.

During his presentation, he mentioned the book Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth by Gabriel Weinberg. 

Attorney Larry Domenico, of law firm of Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins, sponsored the meeting.  Larry practices extensively in the areas of products liability defense, commercial and business litigation, and general litigation. Mr. Domenico also has extensive experience as a business lawyer in assisting start-up and existing businesses. In addition, Mr. Domenico has broad experience in alternate forms of dispute resolution including arbitration and mediation. Mr. Domenico serves as the firm’s managing partner.

The UGA Small Business Development Center at Georgia State University is a public service unit that provides consulting and training to people trying to start their own business, and for small businesses development for those that are already operational. It is a part of the Robinson College of Business and one of 17 Georgia SBDC Network locations.

The UGA SBDC at GSU’s professional business consultants have a combination of advanced education and “real-world” experience. They provide free, confidential consulting to established and emerging businesses on a variety of subjects including business plans, marketing strategies, financial analysis, management structure, access to capital, social media, and much more. The UGA SBDC at GSU presents a number of continuing education classes and special programs.

The meeting was at the Dunwoody Public Library at 5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338. For more information about the GABB,contact GABB President Mike Ramatowski at 770-634-0428 or GABB Executive Director Diane Loupe at 404-374-3990 or