DEC Presents – Adam Torres: How We Built, Grew and Sold TeamDynamix

Please join us Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.

Come hear the story. It’s a tech story and one of success. It’s a story about one of our own, a local guy, who led the charge to grow a small business to seven figure profit margins. It’s a story about a company that experienced 35% growth every year for 7 years! Want to learn more? We hope so! We are excited to bring you the story of TeamDynamix and the success they experienced under the leadership of Adam Torres. Please join us and plan to discover the following:

How to grow without outside funding

How to hire when you have little to offer

How to get a business ready for sale

What to look for in a transaction


Adam Torres is a passionate entrepreneur and Columbus Technology Advocate. Adam’s passions for entrepreneurial endeavors and the Internet led to the formation of TeamDynamix in 2002. TeamDynamix is an Enterprise Service Management, Project Collaboration, Portfolio Management, and Resource Management application targeted at Institutions of Higher Education. As Chief Executive Officer, Adam led TeamDynamix to 7+ years of 35% growth with profit margins of seven figures. All of this achieved without any outside funding and entirely through organic growth. In 2015, Adam led the way in selling the majority interest in TeamDynamix to a private equity firm in NYC. Since the acquisition, Adam has served as CEO and Chief Product Officer.

Adam began his career with Andersen in their business consulting practice. He worked on several Internet projects with clients ranging from Victoria’s Secret to British Telecomm. While at Andersen, Adam honed his Internet application skills, which helped him receive two early promotions and performance awards.

Adam graduated Summa Cum laude from Ohio University with a degree in Management Information Systems in 1998. While at Ohio University, Adam was president of the Association of Collegiate Entrepreneurs, involved with the International Business Society, The Association of Information Technology Professionals, and served on the College of Business board of Presidents. Adam received the MIS Student of year award in addition to scholarships and distinctions while at Ohio University. Adam spent his Junior year studying international business in London before returning to Ohio University in the Fall of 1997 for a year of independent study focused at the newly emerging Internet application market.

Adam currently resides in the Victorian Village neighborhood of Columbus, OH with his wife and two children.

Location: The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center is located at 565 Metro Place South, Dublin, Ohio 43017. Parking is free. For more information visit our website or even better join the conversation on twitter, facebook, or LinkedIn