Erin Gibbs

Erin Reilly Gibbs has played central roles in the development of innovative services and educational content in the healthcare industry. Before founding RMVI Services in 2010, she helped MayoClinic.com launch its first edition website and produced the first online video health library as well as online text and interactive health content. She co-founded American Vein & Vascular Institute (AVVI – previously Rocky Mountain Vein Institute) in 2009 and Trinity Vein Institute in 2012, now all housed under the AVVI moniker. AVVI now has more than 50 employees, operating in Pueblo, Parker, Canon City, Vail Valley and Colorado Springs in Colorado and in Arlington, Texas. Recently, AVVI was selected for ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top 100 Women-Owned Companies and a 2014 winner for Colorado Companies to Watch. 

She can be reached at egibbs@avviusa.com or 719.242.8650.

Articles by Erin Gibbs

Five tips to overcome “Gratitude Deficit Disorder”
Be thankful -- and express it

Top nine scariest things about running a business
But don't let these stop you!

Your mission—should you choose to accept it
It can be tough

Where’s your happy?
And what it means to your business

When passion drives profits
And culture leads to success

The power of the Japanese handshake
Always take the high road

What business can learn from Picasso
A call to change

Improving our nation’s health care system
Profitability comes when we do the right thing

When you’re married to work—literally
Nine tips to consider

What’s in a name?
Everything

Growing pains: Transitions can be tough
Tips to help your company move ahead

All kinds of crazy
In business, it can be a good thing

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