Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) February 26, 2009
Abbeton, a leader in helping companies grow their business through implementation of technology and marketing, announces its president was featured in the Young Entrepreneurs section of the Gulf Coast Business Review.
Below is an excerpt;
From the Gulf Coast Business Review;
The contradictions work. Abbott, 31, runs Abbeton, a one-man company with several units and divisions that all fall under what he calls a "building businesses" umbrella. One unit provides Internet marketing and consulting to other small businesses, another one focuses on real estate-related projects and a third one concentrates on inventing and selling a range of consumer products, from software to a decorative montage for computer monitors.
"I accomplish a ton in one day," says Abbott, "but it's not enough."
Abbott has about a dozen or so projects currently in action, but the three he spends the most time on right now are Ryntal, a property management firm he is hoping to take nationwide; Dillard Commons, a 62,000-square-foot office park he's developing just west of Orlando; and Monton, a three-sided computer monitor accessory that can stick to a monitor and display anything from family pictures to a company logo.
Ryntal has occupied a good deal of Abbott's time the past four months. His mission is to create a grassroots-like network of Realtors and agents nationwide that can earn commissions by signing over unsold properties to his company.
Abbott has split his Ryntal time working out the kinks of the company's Web site and managing actual properties in Sarasota and Bradenton with his contract hired staff. "When I look at this opportunity, this is where I need to be,"
Abbott says. "This is where the market is going."
While Ryntal has required much of Abbot's time, Dillard Commons is occupying much of his bank account. "I would say that this project represents most of my life savings," says Abbott, only half-kidding.
The project, to be built in Winter Garden, is on land Abbott has owned for a few years. The site and project has all the necessary approvals, says Abbott, and he got the best news late last year: A bank in central Florida has agreed to put up $5 million in financing for the project, a deal that was 13 months in the making.
You can read the entire article online here http://www.review.net/section/detail/Reach-for-the-STARs/
For more information on Ryntal please visit http://www.ryntal.com
For more information about the parent company Abbeton, LLC and the products and services they offer, please visit http://www.abbeton.com