This month, Sean Wright, Affinity’s President and Founder is speaking at two cyber security events that are open to the public. On March 6th, Sean will speak at a SCORE Network event titled “Cyber Security for Small Business: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” held at the Pathway Women’s Business Center. And on March 15th, Sean will join a panel of experts for an seminar titled “Real-World Cyber Security” at Pinnacle Financial Partners’ Brentwood office. Information and registration for both events can be found below.
Part of Affinity's vision is "to benefit our community and the greater world through philanthropic partnerships and servant leadership." For us, that means rolling up our sleeves and helping in our community.
This holiday season, we did that by spending a morning volunteering at ThriftSmart, a nonprofit thrift store whose proceeds support worthy charities in our community and around the world. We spent our time sorting donations, organizing clothes on racks, and moving furniture.
As you consider where to give your donations today, we'd encourage you to think about donating to some of our nonprofit friends, who we know are doing good work in our community and around the world. Click below to learn more about them!
We're thrilled to announce our sponsorship of "The Bike Thing," an annual bike ride fundraiser for our friends at Daystar Counseling Ministries, a nonprofit organization providing counseling to kids and their families in the Middle Tennessee Area. Daystar provides these services on a sliding scale, allowing them to help kids in need.
Sean and Betsy Wright were recently featured on Pathway Lending's Gig to Biz: Entrepreneur Experience page! Check out this short video of them telling the story of how they turned their passion into Affinity Technology Partners!
Sean Wright, Affinity’s Founder and President, spoke this morning at a meeting of the Brentwood Morning Rotary Club. His talk centered on cybersecurity best practices – a relevant topic for the community and business leaders in attendance.
This summer has been great for Affinity. Because of our growth, we’re excited to announce that we have both added to and promoted from within our team! Kevin Foster joins us as our newest Systems Administrator. Jeremy McNutt has been promoted to Project Manager and Systems Administrator. These personnel changes reflect our continued commitment to providing the best technology service and client experience possible.
We're thrilled to announce that, for a second year in a row, Sean Wright, Affinity's Founder and President, will speak at the Pathway Women's Business Center's Tech Academy, a tech conference for entrepreneurs. The conference, which takes place on 5/30 at the Tennessee Bankers Association, aims to help entrepreneurs understand how technology, when rightly leveraged, can positively impact the bottom line of their start-ups.
We’re thrilled to announce a couple of exciting changes to the Affinity team! Michael Maxwell has been promoted from Systems Engineer to Manager of Technical Sales. And we’ve also added Keith Benion to the team as our first full-time Client Service Dispatcher.
Sean Wright, Affinity's Founder and President, was recently featured as a guest writer in the Tennessean. Sean shared 5 tips for keeping kids and teens safe online, which you can check out by clicking below!
We are thrilled to be a sponsor for the fourth annual Spread the Word golf tournament! This charity golf tournament benefits our friends at African Leadership's, providing local-language Bibles to pastors in rural Africa through the Common Grounds Academy.
On Thursday, February 11, Sean Wright, 3n1media's President & CEO, gave a workshop on business technology to a group of 75 up-and-coming entrepreneurs at the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce's inaugural "Educating Our Entrepreneurs" event. The workshop, titled "Technology Education and Inspiration: Crafting a Technology Action Plan," was given in partnership with the Pathway Women's Business Center.
In what has become an annual tradition, the 3n1media team spent the afternoon of December 9th volunteering in the Nashville Salvation Army's Angel Tree warehouse. The Angel Tree program pairs donors with less fortunate children and seniors, allowing members of the community to give gifts to those who might not otherwise receive them during the holiday season.
On this Giving Tuesday, we wanted to give a shout out to some of our nonprofit friends. These worthy organizations work to serve people in our community and around the world. So, in the spirit of the season, consider a gift to them today:
We're honored that Raising Boys & Girls will be featuring our own Sean Wright and Jason Hardy as guest bloggers for their weekly Technology Tuesday post for the next three weeks! Raising Boys & Girls is a website and blog full of helpful resources from the work of David Thomas, Melissa Trevathan, and Sissy Goff, counselors who work with kids and families at Daystar Counseling.
On 7/14 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m., Sean Wright, 3n1's President & CEO, will be giving a workshop titled "Cybersecurity: The Risks and What You Can Do About Them" hosted by the Pathway Women's Business Center. Joining Sean will be Brian Drury, Commercial Producer at Geny Insurance Agency. Together, Sean and Brian will talk through both high and low-tech ways business owners can protect themselves against threats to cybersecurity, such as hacks and data breaches.
Because of our partner Peace Communications, as well as 365 Data Centers and DevDigital, Nashville now has its own internet exchange! All the tech people in the crowd (including us!) just cheered. But some folks out there may be scratching their heads. If that's you, not to worry. Read on to find out why the new Nashville Internet Exchange is a big deal for all of us, techies and non-techies alike.
We're proud and honored to sponsor this year's Ellie's Run for Africa, a 5k race, kids' fun run, and family carnival benefiting the Mocha Club's efforts to provide quality education to children in Kenya.
Yesterday was Giving Tuesday, a day during the holiday shopping season set aside for the giving of time and money to help worthy causes in our communities. Members of 3n1media's team got into the action by spending time volunteering in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree warehouse.