Company honored as Most Promising Start-up as Part of 9th Annual NEO Tech Week
Cleveland, OH, Event 38, Unmanned Aerial Systems was selected the “Most Promising Start-up” from more than 60 northern Ohio tech companies during the awards ceremony last night that concluded OHTec Tech Week activities.
Brad Nellis, Executive Director of OHTec, says “As we celebrate our fifth annual Tech Week, we exist to promote and advocate for technology companies in our region and all of Ohio. Event 38 exemplifies the type of companies that are beginning to thrive in our area. Just think, from an old tire factory in Akron, Event 38 has developed innovative drone, sensor, and software technology and in three short years, has attracted customers from all over the world. Ohio is an ideal location to expand or locate a tech business, and we’re committed help companies like Event 38 that are helping grow our region’s economy”.
Jeff Taylor, CEO and founder of Event 38, says “We are honored to be recognized for this award. Growth of technology companies in our region is accelerating and as we continue to create next generation solutions and bring them to market, we are confident that we can scale our business indefinitely right here in Akron. I would also like to recognize the accomplishments of the other finalists, Remesh and Virteom. Both are excellent new companies and have a very bright future ahead of them.”
With customers in 49 countries, Event 38 has significant experience in the international market. The company’s drones and sensors offer state-of-the-art technology at an affordable price to small and medium sized businesses.
About Event 38 Unmanned Systems
Based in Akron, Ohio, Event 38, www.event38.com designs and manufactures drones, (unmanned aerial systems), specialized optical sensors, and a precision analytics data platform for small and medium sized businesses. Today we have customers in 49 countries using our products for agriculture, surveying, construction, environmental preservation, and other applications. Please contact us at [email protected]