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Eight Weeks of Hard Work Resulted in Cash for Three Local Entrepreneurs!

On Thursday September 6, 2018, six local entrepreneurs competed for cash prizes as part of a “pitch” event sponsored by the Ben Franklin TechCelerator@Johnstown.  Friends, family, and community partners came to support their efforts and cheer them on for their courage, vision, and hard work. The exciting finale event began at 5:00 PM at the Cambria…

Applaud Six Local Entrepreneurs Pitching for Up to $10,000 on September 6, 2018!

JOHNSTOWN, PA – As an important component of the recent Startup Alleghenies initiative, www.startupalleghenies.com, the Ben Franklin TechCelerator@Johnstown, a tech-business startup accelerator, recently offered the area’s emerging entrepreneurs, small manufacturers, students, and tech-startups a one-stop-shop for entrepreneurial training. Starting in July, 2018, the eight-week program was held in alternating locations which included 814 WORX in…

In Just Eight Short Weeks You Could Be On The Way To Launching A Tech-StartUP!

Johnstown, PA – If you have a new, tech-based business idea, or you are developing an innovative product, process, or software application, you’ll want to check out this program!  As part of the Startup Alleghenies initiative, the BF TechCelerator@Johnstown is providing a business startup accelerator, along with one-on-one mentoring sessions, for emerging tech-entrepreneurs. Beginning Tuesday, July…

WE CAN HELP YOU GET FROM STARTUP TO UP AND RUNNING!

CENTRAL PA – Have you been thinking about developing or commercializing an innovative product, process, or new software application? Then, you need to think about Ben Franklin Technology Partners! We are looking for budding entrepreneurs, researchers, software developers, or even small existing businesses. Our risk-free BIG IDEA contests have been helping folks start or grow…

SHOULD YOU ENTER A PITCH COMPETITION?

Back in the day, developing a business plan was typically part of an academic exercise.  Student teams came up with product ideas and then pitched their plans to classroom rivals or a panel of instructors from the Business and Engineering Departments.   But, in the past few years – maybe because of Shark Tank, there has…