Tallwave, LLC provides business incubation, global expansion, digital strategy, and marketing services in the United States and internationally. Its services include executive formation, digital media operations setup, business planning and development, idea validation/initial due diligence, product development and marketing, product review, project management, and finance and accounting. The company’s services also comprise business intelligence and outsourced search engine marketing services, such as customer intelligence services that include search and social intelligence, and consumer intent; Internet strategy services, including performance audits, content strategy, competitive analysi...
5080 North 40th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Tallwave Appoints Board of Advisors for its High Tide for Healthcare it Startup Competition
Oct 18 13
Tallwave announced the appointment of a board of advisors for its 'High Tide' for Healthcare IT lean business plan startup competition. The advisory board is tasked with assisting Tallwave in selecting healthcare developments that solve immediate problems for the healthcare industry. In addition, the board will advise these entrepreneurs on best practices for building healthcare businesses from the ground up with the knowledge
and culture essential to drive results in this ever changing and highly regulated sector. The company reported that the members of the board of advisors include: Susan Cordts, Senior Vice President, Traditional Care, Curo Healthcare Solutions. Cordts has over 25 years of experience in healthcare management including ten years as CEO of Adaptive Technologies. In her current role at Curo Healthcare Solutions, she assists in directing a significant amount of resources towards geriatric services and end-of-life care. David Higginson, CIO, Phoenix Children's Hospital - In addition to directing information technology at large children's hospitals for over 15 years. Robert Hoyt - Healthcare Solutions Executive for North America IBM Software Group - Hoyt is in his third decade of healthcare industry experience. Hoyt currently works with IBM customers across North America, defining the technology enablement required to leverage business opportunities generated by the healthcare transformation. Heidi Jannenga, COO, WebPT - Jannenga is the co-founder of WebPT, a electronic medical records solution for rehab therapists. She brings with her more than 15 years of experience as a physical therapist and clinic director, and a passion for healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship. John Julian, President & CEO, NextCare - Julian has over 20 years of experience successfully operating a wide range of health care services companies including medical equipment, respiratory services, pharmaceuticals, infusion therapy and urgent care. Travis Leach, Ballard Spahr - As a practicing attorney, Leach focuses on corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on public offerings, private placements, corporate governance matters, Sarbanes-Oxley and SEC compliance, and mergers and acquisitions. Dr. Keith Lindor, Executive Vice Provost and Dean College of Health Solutions, ASU - Dr. Lindor served as the Dean of the Mayo Medical School from 2005-2011 where he was also a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota. David Schwartz, Office of Business Development, Mayo Clinic - Schwartz's position within Mayo Clinic offers him a unique vantage point. Dr. Ed Staren, President and CEO of Medicine and Science at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) & President and CEO, Western Regional Medical Center - An experienced, renowned surgical oncologist, Dr. Staren previously served as senior vice president for Clinical Affairs and chief medical officer for CTCA. Marilyn Teplitz, Founder, CEO, MGT Associates - Teplitz leads an international management consultancy, providing product and strategic business consulting to help B2B technology companies enter new markets, extend life of existing products, and define next release product roadmaps. John Mascarenas, Director, Intel Capital - Mascarenas joined Intel in 1980 and Intel Capital in 1998 where his focus has included mobility/wireless, embedded, networking and communications.
Tallwave Announces Board Appointments
Apr 23 13
Tallwave announced retired Intel Chairman of the Board and CEO Craig Barrett, Ph.D. and retired Avnet Chairman of the Board and CEO Roy Vallee, were elected to Tallwave's board of directors at their meeting held April 17. Both senior executives previously held positions on Tallwave's advisory board. Among numerous appointments in education and commerce several are particularly relevant to Tallwave's global vision for lean business entrepreneurship. Chief among these are Dr. Barrett's appointments by the President of the Russian Federation as International co-chairman of the Skolkovo Foundation Council; the Council for Foreign Relations Task Force on U.S. Education Reform and National Security, and the faculty of Thunderbird School of Global Management. Dr. Barrett is also Chair of the Irish Technology Leadership Group. In January 2013, Vallee was named deputy chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco's board of directors, a position he still holds. He served on the bank's Economic Advisory Council from 2010 to 2012.
Craig Barrett Joins Tallwave, LLC Board of Advisors as a Senior Advisor
Oct 30 12
Retired Intel Chairman of the Board and CEO, Craig Barrett, Ph.D., has joined the Tallwave Board of Advisors as a senior advisor. Dr. Barrett's global experience and leadership running one of the most innovative companies in the world bring tremendous capabilities to Tallwave. A advocate for business and education around the world, Dr. Barrett will lend his strategic insights to advising Tallwave on its global expansion plans. Dr. Barrett joined Intel in 1974 and rose through the engineering ranks to become Intel's fourth president in 1997, chief executive officer in 1998 and chairman of the board in 2005.