Red e App’s very own Jonathan Erwin (our CEO and founder), made Louisville Business First’s list of ’20 People to Know in Startups‘. It was no surprise to us of course!

Jonathan Erwin is the most motivated, persevering, and energetic person we know. He leads our team with the vision to connect all hourly employees in the world and he is a trailblazer in the employee communications realm. We are so proud to call him our leader.Jonathan Erwin

The goal of Louisville Business First’s list is to recognize the influential leaders in the startup community and connect them with business leaders. Similar to Jonathan, the other 19 ‘People to Know’ have a vision and are focused on making a difference in their industries.

A few fellow software and tech entrepreneurs on the list are: 

Tendai Charasika|CEO, SuperFanU– a mobile fan engagement platform for high schools, colleges, universities and professional sports teams.

Andy Eastes | CEO, SkuVault– a cloud-based inventory and warehouse management system that integrates with other companies like Amazon, QuickBooks, and Shopify.

Stacy Griggs | President/CEO, El Toro– an advertising technology company with patented processes to target digital advertising via IP addresses.

We are very proud to be apart of Red e App and even more proud to call Jonathan Erwin our CEO. He has built an amazing culture around Red e App and he really cares about us.

In the startup world the future of the business is constantly changing. He doesn’t keep us in the dark. We are always excited to hear about the success of the business in a team meeting and about how our future is looking brighter each day. Another reason he is such an amazing leader is, he always hires the right people!

Everyone at Red e App is talented, experienced, and easy to work with. It feels like family here!

Red e App Team

 

From everyone here at Red e App, thank you Louisville Business First for recognizing what we always have. Jonathan Erwin is going to change the Louisville tech community and show the non-believers that you don’t have to be in Silicon Valley to start a successful software company.