Eve Richter Dinnan, Business and Marketing Consultant

Eve Richter Dinnan, Business and Marketing Consultant

Eve Richter Dinnan is a business consultant, focusing primarily on marketing, growth strategy, and operations. She is also a fitness coach, helping individuals to find their own personal path to fitness. She has been a business consultant and advisor to small businesses and entrepreneurs in the Austin area for over a decade, and served as the Emerging Technologies Coordinator in the Economic Development Division at the City of Austin, helping businesses, startups, entrepreneurs and individuals in the tech (and other) sectors to grow and be successful in the Austin community. She has worked with hundreds of companies over the years, and particularly enjoys the puzzle each new company represents, helping find ways to help them run more successfully and increase profitability.

She refers to her experience as a combination of business consulting, matchmaking, and cheerleading. She is a marketing and social media whiz, and loves bridging the gap between a company’s value offering and the consumer who will benefit from it.  She has undergraduate and master’s degrees in business administration, government, and public affairs/public policy, studying at both California State University Sacramento and UT Austin. She has served on the board of Austin Women in Technology and currently serves as the president of the Technology Advisors Group.

She was raised in New England and California, and will admit to being born in New York if pushed. Despite being a Yankee and a Californian, she loves her adopted home in Austin. In her spare time she has run away to the circus, studying and performing aerials, especially trapeze, often with her husband and circus puppy, “Charm.” She can also be found running the occasional race, and getting involved in just about anything fitness-related.

Illustration by Michelle Nikolajevic


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