It has been an exciting year at Net Tango. We’re honored to serve those of you have who have been with us for almost two decades. And, we welcome the new clients and friends we’ve made this year. It is an honor to be a part of your team, your accomplishments and your success.
I also want to take a moment to thank the Net Tango team. Our talented, creative and passionate team members work diligently to deliver great solutions and outstanding customer service. They make it a pleasure to come to work each day.
Did you know that Net Tango was one of the first businesses to graduate from the University of Louisville’s “Ideas To Action” business incubator program in 1996? Learn more from Rachel Aretakis at Business First!
As the innovation and technology beat reporter, I often write about startups and entrepreneurs. Rarely do I get to catch up with an established company that got its start in a business incubator program.
Business First profiles Susan Weiss and Net Tango’s two decades of experience designing and building custom web solutions. Special thanks to Rachel Aretakis, Reporter/social engagement coordinator, for the excellent article.
Twenty years ago, when Susan Weiss was pursuing her MBA, using the Internet was a class requirement.
There’s a familiar face in the Fall 2014 issue of the University of Louisville Magazine…our very own President & CEO, Susan Weiss! The article, which can be found on page 59, highlights her many accomplishments, including the founding of Net Tango in 1996, and her community involvement, which includes:
This month our team was proud to announce the launch of the new LouisvilleKy.gov website.
We have been a partner of Louisville Metro Government for 11 years and are excited to continue our partnership with the design of the new city website. As part of our web consulting and design process, we focused on making the site more user friendly for citizens to easily navigate and find the information they need.
This morning, Stephanie Minier, our Project & Business Development Manager, attended Leadership Louisville’s “100 Wise Women” series at The Olmsted. At every 100 Wise Women breakfast forum participants have an opportunity to:
Connect with distinguished women from all career stages and backgrounds.
Learn by exchanging ideas, sharing concerns and discovering expertise from the women sitting next to you.
Grow as you strengthen your leadership capacity and get empowered.