Local businesses make decisions every day that show their commitment to our community. Whether they choose local suppliers, support local charities, or contribute in some measurable way to the quality of life of their employees, they are committing to being a part of Erie’s future.
"Erie Technology Incubator is pleased to be partnering with the pioneers in the sales training arena to deliver high quality techniques, processes and tools to our portfolio companies and other members of the Erie business community."
CincyTech and NCT Ventures are pleased to announce investment in Data Inventions, a technology company that brings new life to conventional manufacturing.
The acquisition allows Brightree to strengthen its MyForms solution so HME providers can improve their order intake processes, reduce claim denials, and improve audit outcomes.
Trying to remain calm during a situation involving mass casualties is not easy, but it's important for the public to know how to step up and possibly save a life. Very few people enjoy the sight of blood. But even if you can't stomach it, you should know how to handle it when it occurs.
"Interpretation errors are common with living wills and POLST forms," commented Dr. Ferdinando L. Mirarchi of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) Hamot, in Erie, Pa.
Erie's Velocity Network already has laid 400 miles of fiber, most of it for commercial customers. Now the company is shifting its focus to providing similar service to residential customers.
Products made by AcousticSheep, a company based in Millcreek Township, made their debut on the QVC shopping channel on Feb. 21.
"I really would not want people to be hospitalized today, without MIDEO,” said medical director of UPMC Hamot’s Emergency Department Dr. Fred Mirarchi. “Especially, if they have to have a living will or a serious medical condition."
It was announced that InnovaTel Telepsychiatry, a member company at ETI, received an investment commitment of $2 million from Canyon Health Partners, a national private equity firm.
Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership announced its plans for Erie Homecoming 2016
The Gannon University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Erie Technology Incubator (ETI) and Knox Law are partnering to host an informational session regarding a pivotal change to overtime regulations beginning December 1, 2016.
Katrina Vincent, former CEO of DevelopErie, is back to doing familiar work at a new organization.
Mike Gallagher now carries two medical cards in his wallet in case he needs emergency treatment. He received the card from the Institute on Health Directives, a new downtown Erie medical office founded by Ferdinando Mirarchi, D.O., UPMC Hamot's medical director of emergency medicine.
On July 27, a celebration honored a very successful company. Celebrating the accomplishments of Erie-based AcousticSheep, LLC, maker of wearable headphones for sleeping and running and a company nurtured at Gannon University's Erie Technology Incubator (ETI).
PA-based RendrFX now offers over a half million royalty-free studio quality HD videos, images and music to enable customers an easy way to add stock content and easily create custom videos for social media, websites and online marketing needs.
Three Erie companies-a microbrewery, a day care center and a manufacturer of LED lights share one important trait.
Wei-Shin Lai, M.D., founder and chief executive of Erie-based AcousticSheep, has been named Pennsylvania Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The statewide winners were announced Monday.
DaBull (pronounced "dabble") was announced as the fifth winner of Gannon University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch event this morning at Gannon's Center for Business Ingenuity.
ETI offers new grants for entrepreneurs. The Erie Technology Incubator at Gannon University will offer two additional programs to assist area entrepreneurs in early 2016.
The Erie Technology Incubator at Gannon University (ETI) announced today that it will offer two additional programs to assist area entrepreneurs in early 2016. The first program is a continuation of the University's successful Technology Business Accelerator, which debuted in September, 2014.
A grant of $3,000 or even $9,000 won't build what could be Erie's next big homegrown employer. But for a fledgling company at the starting gate, that sum could be the difference between success and failure, said W.L. Scheller II, dean of the college of Engineering & Business at Gannon University.
Khonsu, LLC was announced as the fourth winner of Gannon University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch event this morning at Gannon’s Center for Business Ingenuity.
The Erie visit marked another stop on Davin's Jobs that Pay tour, meant to demonstrate the governor's commitment to entrepreneurs and technology investments.
Code Kit PRO's Pedi-PRO platform resuscitation organizer became the third winner of Gannon University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch event.
Gannon University dedicated the new Center for Business Ingenuity at 900 State St. in the heart of Erie's central business district. The Center will be home to the University's Dahlkemper School of Business, Erie Technology Incubator (ETI) and Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
A five-member panel of judges came away impressed by an idea hatched by Phil Ventrello and Michele Vorberger, the owners of Munio Self Defense. Their business was chosen from among 11 entrants as the winner of the Gannon University's Technology Accelerator Award.
The Technology Council invites you to attend the Keystone Innovation Zone Tax Credit seminar.
Munio Self Defense keychain was the winner of Gannon University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch and went home with a $10,000 check, along with six months of residency, coaching and strategic mentoring.
AcousticSheep's SleepPhones inspired during bout of insomnia
MedicalOpinionCenter.com cited for innovative technology. MedicalOpinionCenter.com is a website that will allow patients to seek a second opinion without having to leave their home.
ETI Executive Director upbeat on Entrepreneurs
Green Lighting LED, known for offering the longest full replacement warranties in the LED industry, expanded its USA manufacturing efforts to include LED tubes.
The winner of Gannon University's Technology Business Accelerator business pitch event went home with a $10,000 check, along with six months of residency, coaching and strategic mentoring from the Erie Technology Incubator.
Continuing to advance Governor Corbett’s JOBS1st PA initiative, Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary C. Alan Walker today announced the award of a Discovered in PA...
The Erie Technology Incubator at Gannon University (ETI) is pleased to announce the graduation of Green Lighting LED...