While consumers are relaxing in warm autumn weather, it’s not too early to think about a painless solution that will reduce energy costs before winter clamps its frosty grip on the region.
For the second year in a row, Drew Polin, president of OpDecision LLC (OpDecision.com), has received the second place award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year of the Delaware Valley, given by the Entrepreneurs Forum of Southern New Jersey. The award was given at their second annual ceremony, at the Valleybrook Country Club on Oct. 19. Polin is the only person to place in the innovative category (2010) and the most successful category, this year (2011).
OpDecision, a leader in reducing corporate wireless costs, is offering free wireless audits and optimizations for nonprofit organizations with up to 200 wireless cell phones. This includes a free audit of bills and recommendations to reduce their monthly wireless expenses.
Instead of Swiss chocolate, pricy perfume or a corny Christmas tie, consider giving a gift that lacks a physical presence in the stocking, but has a digital existence that keeps delivering long after the holidays.
Parents and grandparents of young children know the change of seasons from summer to autumn means less time for outdoor activities and more for activities indoors. This can be a challenge for younger kids who’ve relished their hot summer days at playgrounds and the beach and warm evenings catching fireflies and eating ice cream on the porch.
August has been a busy month for regional disaster experts, allRisk Inc. So far, a recent record-breaking rain led a New Jersey state university to hire the company to perform emergency water mitigation in areas where total repair estimates have reached $1.4 million.
When AT&T needed a high-tech, innovative presentation solution to wow customers at their multimillion-dollar Corporate Briefing Center in Bedminster, N.J., they contacted Micro Integration Services (MIS)
Micro Integration Services (MIS) has completed its sixth year of supporting and updating the database for the 32nd Edition of the Corporate Giving Directory.
The cofounder of the Small Business Survival Summit urged Maryland business owners to celebrate Small Business Week by becoming more adept at business practices that will make them successful.
Former New York City Mayor and TIME 2001 Person of the Year Rudy Giuliani will speak in Baltimore three days before the 10th anniversary of Sept.11