New York, In recent weeks, the whisper among business-to-business technology professionals has now become a loud buzz, perhaps soon to be a shout heard worldwide… Rasmus Refer for B2B Entrepreneur of the Year for 2011.
By Jason Porterfield, For B2B Tech World
As in the past, during 2011 leading professionals in the online B2B space have been keeping an eye open for breakthroughs and disruptive new technologies that promise to improve and enhance the online business-to-business experience between merchants and small-to-midsize business owners and managers, leading to a better experience for all.
This year, everybody’s been talking about the phenomenal growth and impact of Masterseek.com, the integrated business-information-and-social-media platform which has quickly dominated the B2B search-and-deal space, leveraging search technology that yields results with pinpoint accuracy and relevancy in conjunction with the power and reach of social-media and marketing.
Now that Masterseek has caught the attention of businesspeople and techies worldwide, eyes are turning toward the genius behind the platform, Danish entrepreneur Rasmus Refer. Some prominent voices in the B2B tech world have been touting Rasmus Refer as the logical candidate for B2B Entrepreneur of the Year because of his unique vision and successful execution in introducing Masterseek, the first truly effective business search engine, back in 2000. Since the March 2011 release of Masterseek’s Beta Version, the pressure to recognize Rasmus Refer’s accomplishments has intensified. So, who is Rasmus Refer?
Rasmus Refer is best known as founder of the B2B search engine Masterseek.com, and he is also well known in the IT community as an early developer of advanced web-crawler software used to collect and index data from the Internet, which made possible many of the business-to-business applications which are now being commercialized.
According to industry sources, Rasmus Refer was early recognized by several leading technology gurus for his unique vision, talent for customer service, and genius and problem-solving abilities. Since then he has focused on building value in the B2B space; Rasmus Refer has received several industry awards and recognitions for his contributions in the B2B IT space.
Knowledgeable B2B tech insiders are betting that Rasmus Refer will be chosen as B2B Entrepreneur of the Year for 2011… Stay tuned for more details!
— Jason Porterfield,
Courtesy of B2B Tech World