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Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) recognized IO CEO
George Slessman as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs of 2012 at its recent Builders & Innovators Summit in
Newport Beach, California.
Goldman Sachs selected Mr. Slessman as one of 100 leaders from multiple industries to be honored at the event. Mr. Slessman has been an executive in the
data center industry for over a decade and a technology leader and entrepreneur for more than 15 years. In this brief period of time, he has founded and successfully exited several technology businesses, inventing and delivering transformational software, hardware and clean energy technologies for the benefit of enterprise, government and service provider customers. In addition to being recognized as a thought leader in the technology industry that solves problems for customers, his companies have organically created over a billion dollars of value for his investors to date.
"I am humbled to be included in this summit," said Mr. Slessman. "This is truly an acknowledgement of the extraordinary people, organizations, and customers that I have had the privilege to learn from and work with in my own professional journey."
"We are honored to recognize
George Slessman as one of the top 100 most innovative entrepreneurs in the technology industry," said
David Solomon, co-head of investment banking at Goldman Sachs. "This inaugural event brought together emerging entrepreneurs paired with seasoned entrepreneurs from a diverse set of industries to discuss how to build great and enduring companies that reshape industries and the world through innovation."
For more than 140 years, Goldman Sachs has been advising and financing entrepreneurs as they launch and grow their businesses. In addition to honoring 100 entrepreneurs, the conference included general sessions and clinics led by Goldman Sachs experts and resident scholars.