CHARLOTTE – There are now two additional graduates of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization of Charlotte business accelerator program, Melanie Berry and Logan Shinholser.

The program requires that the businesses operated by the cohort members surpass a key milestone in their businesses: $1 million in revenue.

“I was so passionate about helping people use the power of their own bodies for healing,” said Berry, the owner and clinical director at Carolinas Biofeedback Clinic, in a statement.  “But I needed to learn a host of business skills to deliver the solution to more people.”

The business provides clients with a variety of services that assist in brain mapping and neurofeedback training, according to the company’s website, including an advanced brain mapping protocol that “evaluates 55 brain areas and 7 cortical networks,” the website reads.

Berry joined the accelerator program in 2020, in what Berry noted was the middle of the pandemic, in order to establish and set business priorities, better define the business model, and to track goals.

Shinholser, owner of Contractor Growth Network, noted that scaling to $1 million in revenue was “a different game” than launching the business.

Contractor Growth Network is a business that provides “a system that helps residential contractors make way more money and save more time,” according to its website.

The accelerator program is one that “helps aspiring entrepreneurs develop their strategy, finance, people, sales, and marketing skills through a series of high-impact learning events and small group accountability sessions,” according to EO.

EO Charlotte currently has 103 members, according to its website, and the membership organization elected a new board of directors earlier this year.

EO Charlotte names new board members, elects new president, membership now above 100