Larry and Kimberly Lewis: Huntsville business power couple

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Husband and wife business partners, Larry and Kimberly Lewis are two of Huntsville’s top executive professionals. They are both major business players in their own right, but together, they are a powerhouse. They’re making impacts with technological and engineering advancements, all the while helping area entrepreneurs and their local community.

The Lewises own PROJECTXYZ, Inc., a multi-million dollar company offering business solutions in the areas of engineering, logistics, information technology, alternative energy and more. Kimberly serves as CEO and Larry serves as President. They also own TEC515 building, home to BizTech, an incubator facility for start-ups and businesses that need assistance. Larry serves as the CEO of BizTech.

The Lewises offered two tips on achieving business success. First, they said one must be willing to educate others and then diversify their company’s interests.

Meet the Lewises and their companies

The Lewises are adamant about giving back to their community through donations, mentorship, and by serving on the boards of numerous civic organizations. Kimberly is acting board president of Health Establishments at Local Schools (HEALS, Inc.) Board President, serves on the Huntsville Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, on the Huntsville Botanical Gardens Board, and is also the chair for economic development with the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce. She was most recently recognized as one of six honorees in September at the 2016 Women Honoring Women event. She also was part of the Leadership Alabama Class XXVI in September 2015.  Meanwhile, Larry is the Board Chair  for the United Way of Madison County.  He was recognized in June 2016 as the Huntsville Association of Small Businesses in Advanced Technology’s Professional of the Year, and recently recognize by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) for his work in the entrepreneurial community.       READ MORE


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