Phoenix Portfolio Partners Becomes Premiere Event Accelerator by Bringing Together Photography, Videography, and Corporate Art Under One Umbrella
Ben Sever, a serial entrepreneur, enterprise technologist, and renowned philanthropist, spent his dynamic career empowering technology, corporate culture, philanthropic awareness, entrepreneurial acceleration, creative communications, and purpose-driven brands. He holds the CEO, Chairman, and Founder role for eRemede, Entourage,Champa Bay Sports, Deal Closer Digital, Natural Born Visionary, MBP Ventures, RGA Institute, and Phoenix Artistic Accelerator.
After spending three years in Manhattan to gain Fortune 500 experience with companies such as Oracle and ADP, Ben Sever purposefully brought his Tier 1 market expertise and network to Tampa in order to bolster its innovation ecosystem. Ben has held leadership roles in prominent organizations such as AdventHealth Carrollwood Foundation, Tampa Bay Wave, Synapse Florida, The Tampa Club, Project Transition USA (MacDill AFB), Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Tampa Bay Chamber, and The Florida Association of Veteran-Owned Businesses.
Ben’s eight-company portfolio, Phoenix Portfolio Partners, is headquartered in his hometown of Tampa, Florida but services national clientele. Phoenix Portfolio Partners is an Agile Venture Fund & Start-up Incubator. The cohesive portfolio consists of HealthTech, Mobile CRM, Digital Branding, SME Media, Artistic Empowerment, Altruistic Apparel, New Venture Consulting, and Career Coaching. The managing partners and national advisors consist of serial entrepreneurs, award-winning operators, venture capitalists, global agilists, Fortune 500 executives, Ivy League scholars, and philanthropic innovators. His mission is to continue to invest in timeless, disruptive innovation as well as incubate purpose-driven ventures. Everyone within Ben’s companies from intern to chairman of the board are CertifiedScrum Master, the world’s most effective way to project manage in an Agile methodology. One thing Ben didn’t expect was the amount of philanthropic impact he was able to create in the business community as a startup. He mentioned, “Due to the community-centric impact of our organizations, we are able to donate $100k+ per year to philanthropic efforts, and it always comes back around.” That is something that is unheard of for a start-up.
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