Triton (Formerly STEP)
Jan Wild, founder and President of TRITON (Formerly STEP) is a visionary who has an overwhelming passion for helping organizations and individuals reach their potential. With more than 20 years of sales and marketing management experience, he has created many key business systems and improvement strategies to help organizations engage their employees and increase sales success.
Jan previously served as the Chief Marketing Officer for a national energy company where he recruited, trained, and managed teams for internal call centers, channel markets, and outside sales initiatives. In only three years, he led the company from 11 employees to 150 employees. Increased customer base from 10,000 to over 110,000 and increased revenue from $15,000,000 to over $240,000,000 positioning the company as one of Inc. Magazines 500 fastest growing private companies in America. Prior to his success in the energy industry, Jan was a licensed real estate business broker where he implemented solutions to increase business efficiency, provided infrastructure development and formulated growth through business acquisitions and formidable exit plans.
Other successes include driving sales of a software developer from $1,000,000 to $28, 000,000 and an acquisition and an IT Training company from $2,000,000 to $18,000.000.
Today, his experience is shared through TRITON where the ultimate goal is to provide organizations with business solutions and processes vital in the development and productivity of their employees. Like the mythological Greek god TRITON led lost ships back to shore, TRITON will lead your company out of these stormy economic times and into profitable shores using the TRITON Theory. They will Assess, Customize, and Empower you and your sales teams to resolve your company’s issues while rewarding you with greater levels of success.
Jan currently serves on the Diplomat Committee and the Weston Business Council of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
Apartment Two Events
Erin Branham is the owner of Apartment Two Events. She began planning events volunteering on committees and student government all the way back in high school, and continued to do so throughout college. It wasn’t until she began working as the Event Coordinator for Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, though, that she developed a love for large scale events. It was at that point that she was able to connect her degree in marketing to event planning. As Coral Ridge underwent a rebrand and new direction, the non-profit’s events were a tangible representation of the new Coral Ridge. The events that she worked to plan at Coral Ridge included festivals, retreats, banquets, and national conferences.
After over five years as Coral Ridge's event planner, Erin founded Apartment Two Events to continue pursuing her passion for corporate events. She loves to leverage her events to carry out marketing goals and strategies for an organization. Apartment Two Events’ mission is to create “Brand-Crafted Events.” Erin is married to Jimmy Branham, and they think the world of their two daughters, Isabelle (6) and Evelyn (3). She is a Palm Beach County native, and a graduate of the University of Miami where she was a Hurricane cheerleader.
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Courtney Crush, Crush Law P.A. is a land use attorney specializing in development approvals for urban renewal projects throughout Broward County and Palm Beach County. Previously an Equity Partner with Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, Courtney opened her own practice in 2005 and is involved as permitting attorney to include: Las Olas River House, The Atlantic Hotel, Fort Lauderdale Hilton to name a few.
Courtney received her education at the University of Florida College of Law J.D. 1992 And the University of Pennsylvania B.A. Economics 1988 where she excelled in All Ivy League (Outdoor Track) 1984-1988, Captain of the Varsity Track team and chair of the nomination and elections committee.
Ms. Crush has been recognized for her involvement throughout the community by receiving numerous awards such as: City of Fort Lauderdale Citizen of the Year Award 2008, Fort Lauderdale Council of Civic Associations Appreciation Award 2008, GFLCC Chairs Award 2009 to name as few.
Courtney also sits on numerous committees and boards such as: Habitat For Humanity of Broward Inc., Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, Riverwalk Trust, Broward Partnership For the Homeless Inc., GFLCC/City of Fort Lauderdale: BusinessFirst Initiative, Archways Inc. Behavioral Health Center and Glam-A-Thon Inc. Courtney was born in Alexandria Virginia, is married to Jason Crush and together enjoy son Jarod.