Lamarwaltersuccess Blog

September 5, 2013

“Amos Winbush III, CyberSynchs: Launching a Company From a Mobile Phone”

Filed under: Business, Inspirational, Motivational, Sucessful, Uncategorized — lamarwalter @ 12:29 pm

winbush_full

At SXSW I got to stop by the ACL Live Moody Theater for the huge Startup America Partnership event and chat with some of the countries most amazing innovators, business-owners and entrepreneurs. I started the evening talking to an amazing, young entrepreneur and SXSW newbie, Amos Winbush III (@techceo), founder and CEO of CyberSynchs, a tech company that synchronizes content between electronic devices, car, and computer systems. I am completely fascinated by Amos – he has the outlook and soul of someone twice his age and experience and showcases a “do more” attitude. Amos believes that anything is possible if you’re willing to let go of your fear and believe in the possibility of creating the life you imagine. Case in proof – look at this list of accolades he already has under his belt:

“30 under 30 America’s Top Young Entrepreneurs”- Inc. Magazine
“100 Most Brilliant Companies”- Entrepreneur Magazine
“Innovator of The Year” – Black Enterprise Magazine
“30 Most Influential CEO’s Under 30” – Under30CEO.com
“40 Under 40 Achievers” – The Network Journal
“2011 Game Changer” – The New York Enterprise Report Magazine

I asked Amos what one of the most innovative use of technologies he’s seen with his company and Amos told me he launched Cybersynchs in 2008…solely from his mobile phone! Since launching, they’ve grown to 15 employees, 153 million customers, and they’re currently moving into a partnership with China Mobile (the largest telecommunications company in the world).

1 Comment »

  1. When ouur trusty, inexpensive, Black and Decker toaster
    oven started spewing smoe from its side, we commenced a quest for something which would match
    on ouur cramped counter. There were few selectiopns so we
    plumped for a fresh Breville merchandise expecting the price might somehow be justified garnering any consistently hig reviews.

    A bit dear, but you get what you purchase.
    This can bbe a great-looking toaster oven with a lot of functions.
    Folks straight away notice that this is not just any toaster.

    The finish and basic screen, coupled with completely done bagels, gets the producct 5 stars.
    NEVERTHELESS, unpike many cheaper toawster cookers I have owned,
    the Mini’s holder doesn’t slide-out if yoou open the doorway.
    Thus be cautious eliminating sizzlong food in the oven, or
    have a pot handle close by. In my own e-book, this subtracts a
    celebrity.
    toaster microwave ovens best rated sharp carousel microwave oven r-305ks
    I will have pujrchased the years ago as opposed to squandering caswh on those cheap toaster ovens
    which you replace over and over. It toasts, makes,
    broils, does anything wonderful. Plus it looks great wikthin my home.
    The small clever oven oes not take-up an excessive amount of counter space (I applied to have a toaster
    ovenand a toaster, now one great appliance does all of it) though I’ve a
    galley NYC home. So I can use two levels at once
    I obtained an additional wire holder. I love the ‘a bit more’ button if you just want something toasted or heated only a little more.

    When our outdated Oster toaster oven gave out I needed to locate yet another toaster would match that house.
    This is among the few that might do therefore, but there were no actual reviews nonetheless for this smaller type and
    all the warnings about how exactly hot these specific things
    can get on the exterior sounded scary. Ultimately, it’s this that I ordered, and I am happy with it.
    It doesn’t get any sexier as opposed to old one did.
    Actually, it appears cooler.

    It’s relatively smaller as opposed to one I had before, but it satisfies the pans
    from my oold one and the interior area is okay for your items I
    place in it: several pieces of heavy toast, sausages, and therefore forth.
    Since I’ve a gas range by having an oven aswell I do not
    prepare total roasts or anything that way within the toaster oven.
    The period and heat handles with this device actually work (instead of just being fully a
    ticking countdown timer like my previous toaster oven), and they
    are easy to understand and see, therefore I haven’t burnt anything
    yet. It is perhaps quite, no less than in my opinion.

    toaster ovens cooking instructions for frozen pizza
    It knows so just how long to perform it based oon if it’s toasting, baking, etc.

    The settings are an easy task to handle and work great.
    I do not get the beeping disturbance that appears when the cooker
    is done preheating and when it is done cooking also loud or troublesome in any
    respect as some testers have created. I
    never compose critiques, but this really is definitely much better than any toaster oven I’ve ever owned.

    It is worth the investment.

    I disouted between the Compact and the Mini. I needed a toaster that I could place on my microwave.
    I was a little anxious the depth of the Mini may be an excessive amount of.

    It didn’t enable the product conclusion states the size of the
    Mini as BOTH 16x13x9 inches and 15.5x14x8.8 inches? The Mini really
    is smaller than expected, because the door handle included ~2 ins.
    With that in your mind, the truly impact is closer to 15.5×10.75 inches( Height 8.5 ins).

    Comment by toaster microwave ovens best rated sharp carousel microwave oven r-305ks — October 18, 2013 @ 9:24 am


RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: