Brass Knuckles Media Teams UP With Tech Ranch Austin
For Immediate Release June 29, 2011 Brass Knuckles Media and Tech Ranch Austin Team Up To Promote Social Entrepreneurship The Brass Knuckles Revolution Takes A Giant Leap Forward In Its Mission To Achieve Change On A Global Scale Brass Knuckles Media and Tech Ranch Austin have formalized a strategic partnership to direct the development of entrepreneurs focused on technological solutions to social problems such as poverty, sustainability, childhood obesity, equitable economic development, and more. “I’m on a personal mission to lead a revolution and make real positive change for some of our worst problems,” says Brass Knuckles Media CEO Shennandoah Diaz. “Technology is the answer. Partnering with Tech Ranch Austin helps us get there.” The partnership combines the technology development and investment know-‐how of Tech Ranch with Brass Knuckles Media’s ability to build communities and drive awareness around companies and projects. Both organizations bring to the table knowledge of building businesses from the ground up, a passion to change the world, and an entrepreneurial fire. In order to promote social entrepreneurship Diaz is developing workshops, partnerships, and a social solution think tank that will complement the existing programming and community framework already in place at the Ranch. Tech Ranch Austin is unique in that it accelerates entrepreneur success by focus on developing the entrepreneur as a person first, all while building a strong community for entrepreneurs and supporters to interact and grow. The partnership allows both organizations to realize their missions while contributing to the greater good. Brass Knuckles Media CEO Shennandoah Diaz founded her company in order to leverage and promote experts and small businesses innovating and shifting paradigms. With over 17 years of experience in PR and marketing, Diaz has worked with everything from solo startups to Inc 500 companies. BKM emerged from Diaz’s personal mission for a Brass Knuckles revolution. “I don’t want to just talk about what needs to happen to change the world. I want to be part of the solution.” To learn more about the social entrepreneur directives and the partnership you can contact Shennandoah Diaz at email@example.com or at 512-‐551-‐4023. You can also visit www.techaranchaustin.com and www.brassknucklesmedia.com to learn more about the organizations involved.