September 1, 2015, by Steven Romero, Development Officer, via email
Scott Maloney, CEO and Co-Founder of Seed Worthy, the makers of BowTie, spoke with students in the Small Business Consulting Class (ISQS 5343) on Monday, August 31, 2015.
Maloney spoke with students about his experiences as an entrepreneur and consultant working with both Fortune 500 companies as well as startups.
He co-founded his current company, BowTie, with friends and colleagues in December 2013.
“BowTie is a software platform technology that enables developers to conceptualize build, and launch their applications faster than ever before,” Maloney said.
Albuquerque is the company’s home market, but they recently opened an office in the Denver Metro area where the company is experiencing rapid growth. They have international clients all over the globe as well. Maloney hopes to continue expanding and acquiring new customers.
The Small Business Consulting Class, launched this semester, is taught by College of Business Dean Jim Hoffman. The course “provides students an opportunity to draw upon previous experiences and education to apply various business concepts and analytical tools to complex problems and issues in organizational settings.”
The class meets once a week in Guthrie Hall.