Computer Business Consultants CEO, Clinton Pownall, was recently interviewed in Authority Magazine regarding his past military experiences. The article, “How To Survive And Thrive During A Time Of Crisis; 5 Lessons I Learned From My Military Experience” is part of a series for the magazine.
“I was honored to be a part of Authority Magazine’s series exploring the subject of how the military prepared me for dealing with a crisis,” noted Pownall. “My years of service in the United States Navy gave me the foundation and dedication needed to succeed when I began Computer Business and that experience continues to push me every day.”
The article delved into Pownall’s six years of service in the United States Navy, including the story behind his Navy Achievement Medal, and the leaders that have inspired him along the way. While his military service is not something he frequently discusses he is regularly recognized for his service. In 2019, the Orlando Business Journal named Computer Business one of the Top 25 Florida Veteran Owned Businesses.
“The military provided me with opportunities to overcome and to succeed,” says Pownall. “In the military, you build upon many small accomplishments into one big accomplishment of serving. This provided me with security, life-long friendships, and confidence.”
To read the complete article, visit https://tinyurl.com/PownallCBCI.
Computer Business is a full-service information technology (IT) company offering a comprehensive suite of IT services ranging from complete IT Managed Services and Security to innovative custom-designed solutions. Computer Business has a worldwide client base in a broad range of industries including health care, law enforcement, financial, legal, technology, real estate, logistics, government/municipalities, B2B and B2C, and the U.S. military.
Serving Central Florida for more than 24 years, Computer Business is very engaged within the community by providing strong support for education in both Orange & Lake counties, and the arts through the United Arts of Central Florida, the Orlando Shakes in partnership with UCF, and the Enzian Theater. Computer Business also supports entrepreneurship and is an active trustee for both the South Lake and West Orange Chambers of Commerce, and executive members of the Orlando Chamber.