Co-Founder, Ideastring — Genevieve is a successful technology entrepreneur, professional speaker, business leader and media mogul who has been featured in Forbes, CBS Good Morning, NBC, CNBC, WE TV and CNN. Genevieve’s insights are based on a multi-national career delivering results in such diverse cultures as the US, Brazil, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Genevieve’s mission to help elevate the performance, connectivity, innovation and satisfaction inside the globe’s top companies to help them deliver positive bottom-line results.
Most recently she co-founded and is an owner of PINK magazine – think “Fortune meets Oprah” Under her leadership, readership of the total circulation grew to over 650,000 in two years and won multiple national industry awards and now the website continues to positively impact millions of professional women. Earlier in her career, she founded multiple technology companies and specialized in developing international sales and marketing teams in Europe, Asia and the Middle East while based in the USA and Switzerland. Ms. Bos has created profitable partnerships with hundreds of influential decision-makers with over 100 of the world’s top companies.
As a result, Ms. Bos has amassed an impressive and eclectic business suite of relationships, having created profitable partnerships and alliances with hundreds of key decision-makers from global companies such as Dell, FedEx, Ford, Georgia- Pacific, Sun Microsystems, UPS, Cisco, Tiffany & Co, MasterCard, The Coca-Cola Company, Johnson & Johnson, State Farm, Mass Mutual, Wachovia, Merrill Lynch, UPS, The Home Depot, Intel, Xerox, Universal Studios, P&G and many others.
She is also a regular guest lecturer at Emory’s Goizueta Business School in entrepreneurship and business development for their MBA program and she an advisory board member with BlinqMedia.com , TripLingo.com and RightBonus.com. Genevieve Bos has served as a board member of EO Atlanta (Entrepreneurs Organization – a group of 7000 entrepreneurs globally whose businesses average more than $8 million in annual revenue).