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Apex Performance Solutions “open house”

By Miriam Hodgman
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tig-website-headerAPEX NEWS RELEASE – Apex Performance Solutions, a Reno-based strategic consulting firm specializing in project management, learning solutions and quality assurance, will be holding an open house on March 26 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Apex Performance Solutions is a strategic consulting firm specializing in Project Management, Learning Solutions, and Software Quality Assurance. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Reno, Nevada, with satellite offices in Seattle, Washington. Apex clients include private and public companies in many fields, such as IT/Software, Healthcare, Mining, Gaming, and State and Local Government agencies.

Apex has grown from a single employee to 72 employees in 2014, and has been able to do what few other organizations in the Reno/Sparks area have: it has not only survived tough economic times, but it has experienced growth. Apex’s employee count has grown over the past three years to roughly double what it was in 2010, while also expanding its services into Seattle, Washington.

As Apex’s President, Kurt Frohlich is responsible for its overall vision, establishing and maintaining its high quality and standards, and developing excellence across all service offerings for a multitude of clients. Prior to founding Apex, Kurt worked for 5 years as a software trainer, and then as an inside sales consultant for an international corporate training company.

Kurt Frohlich is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Education, with an English major and a Computer Education minor. Prior to Apex, Frohlich owned and operated Wings ‘N’ Things for 8 years – the best chicken wing restaurant on the West Coast. He is also past-president of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Sierra Nevada Chapter and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP®).

In 2010, Kurt and his wife, Dawn, also founded Tech is good, a Reno-based, nonprofit organization that provides new laptops and monetary support to students in Washoe County. Over the past three years, Tech is good has awarded scholarships to 32 Washoe County students. The organization is hoping to award an additional ten scholarships in 2014.