The Billionaire Blueprint part 1 with The Chris Elmore Mental Cement

Ever wondered what it would be like to talk with Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg about their best business strategies. Well today’s guest is no Zucks but he did co-found a tech startup back in 2000 that is currently valued at 1.4  Billion, with a B! Not only is he able to break down automating the accounts payable process into an easy to understand process, but he is an extremely humble human being who deeply cares about mentoring the next generation of disruptors.


Chris Elmore believes in not having job titles, no one in …

By chris@highlevelwisdom.com Episodes, Podcast, Videos Comments Off on Chris Elmore believes in not having job titles, no one in charge of culture and a host of other disrupting ideas. And that’s why many people love working for AvidXchange.


Podcast – Life and Leadership Lessons from a Successful …

In season 14 episode 1 we are joined by Chris Elmore. He is a co-founder of AvidXchange and current Company Evangelist. He is also the author of 8 books, an adjunct professor, and public speaker. Subscribe to the ‘Follow My Lead Podcast’ on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Overcast. You
can learn more about AvidXchange here or check out Chris here.


Chris Elmore | Chaos | CreativeMornings/CLT

Oct 01, 2018 · On Friday, September 7, 2018, 500 Charlotteans took 90 minutes to step out of the craziness of their creative lives and into The Fillmore Charlotte, to join us in exploring this month’s global theme of “Chaos.” Our speaker was the inimitable Chris Elmore, one of the founders of the 9th largest fintech company in America, AvidXchange.


Who Has The Balance Of Power In B2B Payments …

Aug 14, 2018 · In the latest Data Drivers podcast, Karen Webster and AvidXchange’s Chris Elmore discuss and debate over who holds the B2B payments power: buyers or suppliers. Today’s News Retail.


Chris Elmore & The Entrepreneurial Journey – Charlotte …

Chris: Including Charlotte, and that’s one of the craziest things about Avid to this day, is that we don’t really have any Charlotte customers.