Favor & Leone Named as 2011 Top Entrepreneurs in the Triangle

Catalyst Group principals to be honored by Business Leader® Media at an awards banquet on March 3, 2011

Raleigh, NC – David Favor and Cheryl Leone of the Catalyst Group, Inc. were selected as 2011 Top Catalyst Entrepreneurs in the Triangle area by Business Leader Media. The award is given by Business Leader Media to dynamic and outstanding business professionals who greatly contribute to the growth of their communities.

“Dave and I are honored to be selected by Business Leader Media for their Top Catalyst Entrepreneur Award,” says Cheryl Leone, CEO of Catalyst Group, Inc. “With the Award name mentioning our company name (just a coincidence) we also had a good laugh! But seriously, we are very focused on innovative approaches to business, and share our thoughts with others through speaking engagements, blogging, and meeting with business owners for “Backyard Dreaming” sessions to help them make their visions a reality.” The Awards dinner is scheduled for March 3rd at Events at Newtown Square in Raleigh.

“Catalyst believes it is important to give back to the community,” adds David Favor, President of Catalyst Group. “We have just created a program called Catalyst Connect that will help military families one family at a time, starting with local community efforts in Raleigh and surrounding communities. We have also asked our clients, partners and vendors to help in this endeavor. We hope to establish personal connections with those who can use socialization and friendship.”

Catalyst teaches law firm owners how to manage, market and master their law firms. Through a philosophy of values based management, high performance teams, and implementation of best business practices and integrated marketing, Catalyst guides law firm owners through today’s competitive environment. Cheryl Leone and Dave Favor are the originators of Catalyst Group, Inc. With backgrounds in law firm management and business, Cheryl and Dave created a new look at law firms by transforming low performing firms into for profit firms.