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Want to work more efficiently and easily? Partner with these 6 orgs

From design support to legal guidance to education and upskilling, these resources help entrepreneurs and technologists do their jobs more effectively.

InDE Fellows learning at the University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship. (Courtesy University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship)

The organizations appearing in this article are Technical.ly Brand Builder clients.

One of the keys to success in tech and business is working to constantly improve, but there are limits to how far or how quickly one can improve on their own.

Sometimes it’s beneficial to get outside support to accelerate progress and fill in gaps.

Throughout the mid-Atlantic, there are many organizations with resources for startups looking to increase the ease and efficiency of their work. Whether you’re in search of legal guidance, fundraising assistance, smart building hardware, tech upskilling or network development, Technical.ly has trusted partners that can meet your needs and help your company grow.

Here’s a look at the services provided by some orgs Technical.ly works with across the region.

(If you like what you see, follow the links to their Directory Pages to learn more and explore ways to connect.)

Arcweb Technologies

Arcweb Technologies is on a mission to democratize digital healthcare through open source solutions that expand the delivery and lower the costs of care. In pursuit of this goal, the company focuses on forming long term partnerships with health and wellness companies and leveraging decades of experience to solve their most pressing software product challenges.

“Arcweb has extensive experience working with entrepreneurs and excels at transforming challenging ideas into successful projects. Our targeted design fundraising engagements simplify the pitch process, enabling entrepreneurs to get their ideas off the ground more quickly.

“Once funds are secured, partnering with Arcweb on the build process means that entrepreneurs can focus on growing their business and doing what they do best, knowing all the while that their build is safe in the hands of a cross-functional team of experts, running an efficient, robust process that is proven to deliver results.”

— Mark Hughey, head of strategy

Ballard Spahr

Ballard Spahr is a national, full service law firm with more than 600 attorneys spread across 15 offices. Its attorneys work with entrepreneurs and emerging companies from ideation through exit and understand how to provide expertise while offering a broad network to help businesses grow and achieve great heights. The firm’s emerging companies and venture capital (ECVC) lawyers also advise venture capital funds and angel investors to help seed ventures from the most nascent stages.

“The firm helps entrepreneurs and technologists do their work effectively by ensuring that the evolving legal landscape is never an obstacle to success. Our tech and ECVC practice groups take special care to stay current on trending topics and issues affecting the technology and entrepreneurship industries through various means. This includes participating in industry conferences, attending networking events, conducting research, and staying connected with key players in the field.

“The firm also leverages its own internal expertise and resources (and vast client network) to stay ahead of the curve and provide valuable insights (as well as connections to key players) to its clients, especially budding clients that benefit from access to people, information and resources critical to growth.

“By actively seeking out new information and trends, Ballard Spahr ensures that it can advise and support entrepreneurs and technologists in navigating the ever-evolving landscape of their industries.”

— Kimberly Klayman, partner

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Morgan Lewis

Morgan Lewis’ team of more than 2,200 lawyers and legal professionals provides comprehensive corporate, transactional, litigation and regulatory services in major industries, including energy, financial services, healthcare, life sciences, retail and ecommerce, sports, technology and transportation. The company focuses on both immediate and long-term goals with clients, helping them address and anticipate challenges across vast and rapidly changing landscapes.

“Morgan Lewis has a long history of supporting entrepreneurs and technologists. Our emerging company and venture capital team understands how to make a startup successful in an efficient and cost effective manner.

“We holistically counsel our clients and advise them through every stage of their life cycle. We provide entrepreneurs and technologists sound legal advice and resources to support and grow their businesses. We understand that emerging companies need business oriented and value driven legal services that accomplish goals efficiently and effectively. Our approach is centered on these principles.

“In addition to our value driven guidance and steering companies to cost effective customary legal approaches which allows for smoother execution of business goals, we provide a range of resources entrepreneurs can leverage to operate and grow their business including our Startup & Accelerate resources center and our publicly available training sessions.”

— Brian Slough, of counsel

Rittenhouse Communications Group

Rittenhouse Communications Group (RCG) is a Philadelphia-based, minority owned and operated design build technology integration firm. Our core verticals include multi-family, mixed use and hospitality assets. As a boutique technology integration firm, RCG designs, implements and installs low voltage cabling, network infrastructure, IP cameras, access control, enterprise WIFI, smart building IOT solutions and A/V for our clients in multi-family, mixed use commercial and hospitality projects in the mid-Atlantic region.

“At RCG, we empower our clients by delivering state-of-the-art smart building solutions. Our comprehensive services, including robust Wi-Fi networks, advanced IP surveillance and seamless unified communications, create an environment where technology operates effortlessly. This allows our clients to concentrate on innovation and productivity without the distractions of connectivity or security concerns.

“By implementing a hands-on process that encompasses discovery, design, procurement, deployment, quality testing and training, we ensure every solution is tailored to meet specific client needs. This approach guarantees property management firms and other enterprises can work more efficiently and easily, benefiting from reliable and advanced technological infrastructure. Our ongoing support and account management further enhance their ability to focus on their core activities, driving growth and success in their respective fields.

“As the president of Rittenhouse Communications Group, I believe in providing solutions that simplify and enhance the work of entrepreneurs and technologists, enabling them to thrive in a connected world.”

— Sean Edwards, president and CEO

University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship

Horn serves as the creative engine for entrepreneurship education and advancement at the University of Delaware. Horn offers a broad array of courses and degree programs, student experience programs and new venture development opportunities. Horn is also a principal driver of the University’s commercialization programs, including its efforts to accelerate research translation. As a result of its broad programming scope, Horn engages with 3000+ high school students and 1750+ undergraduate students from more than 100 different majors each year. Horn also engages with dozens of graduate students, postdocs and faculty from across the University as well as many entrepreneurs within the mid-Atlantic region.

The Innovation Delaware (InDE) Fellowship provides entrepreneurs and technologists with an exceptional opportunity to learn about and gain first-hand experience with the process of translating ideas, discoveries and inventions from the laboratory to the marketplace. The fellowship also serves as a seamless, comprehensive nexus offering the knowledge, resources and connections needed for successful commercialization.

“Fellowship participants benefit from a series of fifteen, 4-hour workshop sessions hosted at a variety of university-based and industry-focused innovation centers in Delaware. All sessions emphasize development of critical knowledge, skillsets and connections needed to successfully bring new science and technology-based products and services to market. They also focus on experiential learning, insights gained from practice and networking.”

— Meg Marcozzi, manager of marketing and events

Zip Code Wilmington

Zip Code Wilmington’s mission is simple — train, place, repeat! Zip Code Wilmington supports the economic development of the greater Wilmington Region by providing accessible and affordable software programming training to high-potential individuals who have the raw talent necessary to become entry level software developers and data engineers.

“At Zip Code Wilmington, our curricula and learning exercises reflect real-world scenarios. By staying attuned to the challenges entrepreneurs and technologists face, we help our students anticipate and address these issues efficiently. Our approach involves tracking different solution pathways and understanding the factors that make each approach applicable, ensuring that our students are well-prepared to be effective in their roles as technologists.

“Zipcoders also learn how to perform and thrive in a team environment! We focus on the theory and practice of various methodologies and tools essential for team-based project work and the different stages of development. Effective teamwork is crucial for technologists, especially at the enterprise level. By fostering collaboration and emphasizing the importance of communication and coordination, we equip our students with the skills needed to excel in complex, dynamic work environments. This preparation enables them to tackle real-world problems with confidence and competence.”

— L. Dolio Durant, lead technical instructor

Looking to more effectively impact your local tech community? Check out other companies in the Technical.ly network here to find out about their missions, cultures and initiatives.

And for more orgs dedicated to supporting startups, entrepreneurs and technologists, take a look at Technical.ly’s Preferred Partners list here.

P.S. If you’re curious about Technical.ly’s services for your own org, find more info here and connect with us.

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Companies: Rittenhouse Communications Group / University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship / Zip Code Wilmington / Arcweb Technologies / Ballard Spahr / Morgan Lewis
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