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Terry McQuay, 45, the founder and president of Nymity Inc., one of our chosen nine entrepreneurs, is getting ready for the next big step – south of the border.

Nymity, as in "anonymity," was founded by McQuay in 2002. The firm's Web-based management-support application, PrivaWorks, is available on a subscription basis to ensure clients comply with new privacy laws. It's a challenging space that incorporates risk management – and has enormous potential, since all companies in Canada are legally required to have privacy officers to guard the confidentiality of employees and customers.

Well on his way to conquering the Canadian market – Nymity's website boasts many of the country's blue chip customers, big banks and major corporations, including the Toronto Star – McQuay is looking ahead.

The “Tale Inn” is located in Fairhope, a town on the Gulf Coast south of Mobile, Alabama. Its pleasing proportions, welcoming porch and authentic architectural details give it tremendous curb appeal. 2

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I let you know when we last visited that I was going to be traveling to Mobile, Alabama and now  I’ve got a moment to tell you why!  I was invited to tour a true “Southern Home”… a beautiful, 1906 Arts & Crafts abode that is being renovated. And I’m taking you with me.

I’m going to tuck you right in my handbag! Okay, I’m going to blog about it and share-as-I-go on Instagram, it’s almost the same thing!! I can not wait to get to see inside the beautiful “Ford House” that is being restored. You know how when we all walk and drive thorough neighborhoods, and we really, reeaally want to see inside the homes?

Esther De Wolde, the CEO of Phantom Screens, has generously invited myself and some other home-crazy bloggers to tour the home. It’s been a dream of her’s to restore a true Southern home and she wants to share the process with all of us. I’m so glad that we get to share a tiny bit in her dream & vision, and that I get to see it in person!!

Terry McQuay, 45, the founder and president of Nymity Inc., one of our chosen nine entrepreneurs, is getting ready for the next big step – south of the border.

Nymity, as in "anonymity," was founded by McQuay in 2002. The firm's Web-based management-support application, PrivaWorks, is available on a subscription basis to ensure clients comply with new privacy laws. It's a challenging space that incorporates risk management – and has enormous potential, since all companies in Canada are legally required to have privacy officers to guard the confidentiality of employees and customers.

Well on his way to conquering the Canadian market – Nymity's website boasts many of the country's blue chip customers, big banks and major corporations, including the Toronto Star – McQuay is looking ahead.

The “Tale Inn” is located in Fairhope, a town on the Gulf Coast south of Mobile, Alabama. Its pleasing proportions, welcoming porch and authentic architectural details give it tremendous curb appeal. 2

If you want you can easily share this tiny house story/link with your friends and family for free using the easy e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. Thank you!

If you enjoyed this you’ll LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with more! You’ll get all of our best small and tiny houses in your email plus we give you access to FREE tiny house plans and more for joining!

Terry McQuay, 45, the founder and president of Nymity Inc., one of our chosen nine entrepreneurs, is getting ready for the next big step – south of the border.

Nymity, as in "anonymity," was founded by McQuay in 2002. The firm's Web-based management-support application, PrivaWorks, is available on a subscription basis to ensure clients comply with new privacy laws. It's a challenging space that incorporates risk management – and has enormous potential, since all companies in Canada are legally required to have privacy officers to guard the confidentiality of employees and customers.

Well on his way to conquering the Canadian market – Nymity's website boasts many of the country's blue chip customers, big banks and major corporations, including the Toronto Star – McQuay is looking ahead.


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