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Read About The “Tech Twins” And Their Plan To Raise Up 10,000 Business Founders

Read About The “Tech Twins” And Their Plan To Raise Up 10,000 Business Founders

By Ryan Velez

Troy and Travis Nunnally are twin brothers, but that’s not the reason why they are getting known these days. Black Enterprise reports that they are launching an initiative in the tech space to teach marketing and sales strategies, software launch strategies, and mobile and web app development.

Both of these men have plenty of skills and experience to share. Troy Nunnally, Ph.D. is a technical co-founder, software launch specialist, and business strategist for technology startups. In 2009, he started Brain Rain Solutions, a product development and software company, which specializes in helping companies design, develop, and deploy mobile and web applications. Troy holds a doctorate in computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a concentration in Network Security, Internet of Things, and Big Data.

Travis co-founded Brain Rain Solutions along with his brother but also holds a master’s in mechanical engineering (concentrating in robotics) from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has worked with a multitude of startups and served as a consultant and developer for Monsieur, a smart cocktail drink dispenser, which has closed Series A funding of $2 million.

According to their website, the twins have worked with over 100 companies from tech startups to fortune 100 companies including AT&T, Mckesson, DoD, and PBS. With over $50 million in startup business valuations, 2 pending patents, and 20 years of combined experience in web/mobile apps and business development, their work speaks for itself as they continuously demonstrate dedication to the growth of tech startup companies.”

Want to be like them? Focus on SMART Goals. “Research shows that you are 42% more likely to achieve your goals by writing them down,” says Troy Nunnally. SMART means being specific, making them measurable, making sure they are attainable, keeping them relevant and making them time-bound. “If it meets this criterion, your goal will feel more tangible and you should be able to accomplish it more efficiently,” Nunnally continues. In essence, this is the difference between a goal based on reality and a daydream.

The Atlanta-based brothers have big plans when it comes to their future initiative. They seek to help 10,000 founders grow their business by 2020. Knowing their attitude and mentality towards goals, chances are that’s going to be happening in time.


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