Brian Fitzpatrick | Forty Under 40 Recipient 2015
“Brian is a natural entrepreneur with an ability to learn, create and manage. He is self-taught and has an innate understanding of business plans, resource management and technology principles.” – Dawn Fitzpatrick
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Brian has been an entrepreneur since age 19 when he opened his first business in Layton – AV Plus. This business had several partners and after several years Brian partnered with S3 Entertainment in Park City, Utah. S3 was a leader in high-end home theaters. A few years ago, Brian sold his interest in S3 and began a company, RevelTV, based in Layton UT.
RevelTV has continued to grow and now employees over 30 employees. He is the CEO. His company clients include Zion’s Bank, Mountain America Credit Union, America First Credit Union, Intermountain Healthcare, and the Maverick stores to name a few. His company develops software, hardware and digital sign design services for these major Utah companies. RevelTV is a leader in this market and is on course to be a multi-million dollar company in the near future. Additionally they have developed a company, Engagement Content that works with the programs developed and used by Revel TV. The creative teams at EngagementContent.com™ have built over 18,000 pieces of fully customized and unique digital signage content for some of the most recognizable brands in the world.
Under Brian’s leadership, along with partner Matt Dopp, this company has become recognized by some international businesses. Brian is a natural entrepreneur. He is a self-taught individual and is very respected among his peers. His company was highlighted in the August 2013 issue of Utah Business Magazine.
As his mother, I have been very impressed with his ability to learn, create and manage. His ability to start new business is amazing. His understanding of business plans, resource management and technology principles confound us at times. He would be very deserving of this award. He has provided jobs for some outstanding people in our community.” – Dawn Fitzpatrick