Capital TechSearch was covered during 2009 GROWCO conference in Orlando, FL.
Here is a snippet from the original article published by Lionel A. Varnadoe, Jr.:
[quote] One frequent recognition goal managers appeared to pursue was to get on the INC 5000, particularly to climb to the INC 500 list of top growing companies which is published annually in the magazine. This marker was an accomplishment printed on many business cards. Capital TechSearch, an IT staffing and executive search firm from Richmond, Virginia had the Inc. 5000 logo on both their card and website, along with discussing a forthcoming book, “15 Bedtime Stories That Keep Entrepreneurs Awake at Night,” authored by their president David Ingram. The speakers actively interacted with the participants, not only with question and answer sessions, but worked the crowd having designated tables for lunch and being readily available for book signing. This accessibility made interaction among the attendees flow easy, and offered abundant opportunities to network. The host had even developed a non-technical “consultants” system, whereby participants could place a color coded sticker on their badge designating their area of expertise to encourage others to tap into their knowledge [for example a red button may represent marketing, yellow for staff motivation, blue for financing]. [/quote]