SCRA Technology Ventures said on Monday that SC Launch Program client Job Market Maker and Resource Partner Network member Silicon Harbor Communications have formed a partnership.
“We are pleased to bring these two companies together to help accelerate South Carolina’s high-tech economy,” SCRA CEO Bill Mahoney said. “The very reason we promote these partnerships is to further the overall economic impact in the state.”
Silicon Harbor Communications provides marketing communications services for start-up companies. Members of the Resource Partner Network offer their services to SC Launch companies to help encourage their growth.
“Our goal is to help emerging South Carolina companies grow,” Paul Swiergosz, principal at Silicon Harbor Communications, said. “The SCRA Resource Partner Network helps match companies, like Job Market Maker, who possess huge potential with seasoned professionals who can provide necessary services to help them thrive. It’s a win for all involved.”
Job Market Maker was accepted into the SC Launch program last year. Client companies accepted into the SC Launch economic development program receive mentoring and additional support services.
“While we were pleased with our entry into the market, we knew we needed a more focused marketing effort to scale for the future,” Joseph Hanna, founder and CEO of Job Market Maker, said. “Leveraging an SCRA Resource Partner like Silicon Harbor Communications was a logical and economical step for us to move to the next level.”
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