Zach Denney is new Grant County Rural Venture Catalyst
GRANT COUNTY – Oregon RAIN CEO Caroline Cummings recently issued a release, announcing the new Grant County Rural Venture Catalyst. (See below)
“Stephanie LeQuieu (your former RAIN Rural Venture Catalyst) moved to Florida for another exciting endeavor. Though Stephanie will be missed in the region, I’m excited to introduce you to Zach Denney – your new Grant County Rural Venture Catalyst!
Zach is an Oregon native that is returning home after 16 years in Phoenix, Arizona. During his time in Arizona, Zach built a successful career in sales and marketing with several major hospitality brands and has built and developed some of the nation’s top producing sales teams generating over $34 million in revenues.
In addition to his management career, Zach has an entrepreneurial background and has developed several small businesses. He is extremely excited to bring his experience and knowledge to Grant County and he’s already been attending stakeholder meetings and supporting Grant County entrepreneurs.
Zach wants nothing more than to see Grant County local businesses and the community thrive. He has the tools and skills that will create a measurable change across the County. I can speak for Zach when I say that he truly loves helping others succeed and achieve their goals, so please do not hesitate to reach out to Zach to schedule time with him (contact below).
Also – for the entrepreneurs and small business owners in Grant County – we just opened applications for our 2nd RAINmaker Accelerator (digital sales & marketing). It’s free and it’s virtual and it launched Sep 29th, so APPLY NOW! Zach will be putting together a Grant County cohort to attend these sessions together. Contact Zach if you’d like to learn more…”
Grant County Venture Catalyst