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Facilitator Highlight

Fig Annunziato | COMPEL CEOs Facilitator NextGen Group As a next generation business owner herself, CEO of ClaimFox, Fig sets the standard for excellence. She fearlessly leads the COMPEL NextGen Group to find greater success for our member’s businesses. She brings tremendous heart, passion and personality to her work — characteristics she believes every future…

Welcoming new members to the COMPEL Community.

We would like to welcome our new clients to the COMPEL Community. As continue to enhance the value we bring to our membership, we look to increase connectivity amongst our industry leaders. We are pleased to have this new group onboarded and we look forward to helping them with their continued successes!


Although it may not be as apparent as in previous decades, small businesses are the backbone of American society. Their benefits are far reaching and are felt throughout the entire economy, as we’ve seen over the duration of this pandemic. Small businesses affect a community’s health, involvement & identity; building lasting relationships with the community,…

NY Recovering From COVID-19: Phase 1 and Phase 2

All parts of NY (except for NYC) are either in Phase 1 or Phase 2 of reopening. Please consult the website below for any questions on what the rules of each phase mean.

Members In The News

Lance Cheney: Lance Cheney, President of Braun Brush Co., has been a Compel member for over 20 years. Lance was recently published in The National, Amtrak’s culture magazine, where he discussed how he reinvented a 4thgeneration family-owned business.

Members In The News

Kevin Myhre & Dan Yllanes Kevin Myhre & Dan Yllanes are brothers who have been COMPEL members for over 2 years and recently took over their Long Island-based family contracting business. Targeting the high-end real estate market on Long Island, one of their homes was recently published in the following article.
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