THE MAVEN BLOG
The Maven team spent March 19-22 in Las Vegas, NV at the Truckload Carriers Association’s Truckload 2022 connecting with carriers and technology and logistics providers
There’s been a lot of travel for our Maven team this month between exhibiting at trade shows and sponsoring events, pitching to prospective clients, and working with our existing clients through deployments and training.
Maven’s Vice President of Engineering, Daniel Gorziglia, has been named to the Pittsburgh Business Times 2022 30 Under 30 list that highlights exceptional young business and community leaders from throughout western Pennsylvania.
The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced its fifth annual list of Top Women to Watch in Transportation, and Alexa Ekberg, Maven Product Manager, and Paige Creo, Maven Director of Marketing, are named among the honorees.
February 2022 was spent preparing for events, creating new business opportunities, and enhancing our product offerings. We don’t know about you, but we’re ready for spring’s lovely weather and catching up with all of our industry partners as a host of upcoming trade shows and conferences. We’re especially excited for the TCA Tip-Off Watch Party & Lounge that Maven is co-sponsoring at Truckload 2022. We have a busy few months planned and look forward to getting to share it all with you in our next newsletter.
This Black History Month, it is our pleasure to tell the story of one of America’s first Black movers of freight, William “Curly” Neal, and his wife Annie. We are also proud to shine the light on diversity and inclusion conversations and initiatives that are happening in the trucking industry.
Here in Pittsburgh, we have our fingers crossed that Punxsutawney Phil will not see his shadow on Wednesday! However, the snow and frigid temperatures in our region haven’t kept Maven from crisscrossing the country to attend industry events, demonstrate Maven’s products, conduct training sessions and trials, and participate in engaging discussions surrounding current supply chain issues and the driver shortage. Read on to learn more about our recent news and events.