Smart College Visit Founder Queijo Nominated for Entrepreneur Award

Kelly Queijo, founder Smart College Visit

Z. Kelly Queijo, CEO and founder of Smart College Visit

Congratulations to Z. Kelly Queijo, founder and CEO of Smart College Visit, for her nomination for Entrepreneur of the year by the Roanoke – Blacksburg Technology Council (RBTC).

Nominees for this award are recognized business members who exemplify strong entrepreneurial characteristics including the ability to take necessary calculated risks in the technology field.

The Roanoke Blacksburg Technology Council RBTCThe annual RBTC TechNite awards ceremony will be held May 9, 2014 when 600 of the region’s leaders join to celebrate the area’s growing technology community.

Kelly launched Smart College Visit (SCV) in 2010 as a service to college-bound teens and their parents. SmartCollegeVisit.com is a college-search and campus visit travel planning portal that provides travel logistics to colleges and universities nationwide. The company also provides enrollment management tools and services to the higher-ed market.

Since its launch, SCV has published two mobile campus guides (Visit Virginia Tech and Explore UNH – The University of New Haven), created the Savvy College Features Content Development Services, founded #CampusChat (one of the longest-running, top education chats on Twitter), and developed the free campus-specific travel planning tool, the Smart Visit Widget, to easily travel-enable any college or university web page.

In 2014, Smart College Visit expanded services to higher-ed to include email marketing campaign development, strategic planning and content development to include copywriting for admissions marketing for web, email, and print materials. See About Smart College Visit to learn more.

Smart College Visit is located in Blacksburg, Va.

 

Author: Amy Widner

Amy is editor and lead writer at Smart College Visit. After 20 years in corporate and higher education communication, she is delighted to be able to spend more time writing than wrangling.

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