“As recently as five years ago, it was easy to start a business and be competitive. These days, however, one must have technical savvy or the resources to acquire the talent to market and promote themselves. The internet is the ‘yellow pages’ of our time and affording the means to be found amongst your competition can be a challenge.”
Mark Dougan says his company, iTechnology, will be donating one web site every quarter to a new startup company where the founders have the courage and ambition to start a new company, but don’t have the funding to allocate towards technology.
Requirement for applicants and that to qualify, the applicant must describe the business, why they are starting the company and why they should be awarded the quarterly web site. Mark Dougan says further details are available on the iTechnology web site at http://www.itechpbc.com.
“New companies and innovations are vital to the growth of our nation and the economy. The struggling innovators of today are the successful entrepreneurs employing most of our private workforce tomorrow,” says Dougan, when asked why he feels this is an important program. “At the moment, our economy is in the foundering and companies aren’t hiring. My focus is to cater to those who are broke, struggling to make a wage and want to work hard to provide from their families instead of relying on the government for assistance. If I can help one person help themselves to get out of poverty, it will have made my own life a more meaningful.”
Each web site is approximately valued at $2,000 and will be purposefully designed for the needs of the recipient. For more information, please contact iTechnology at (561) 370-7473 or email the request to firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn: Mark Dougan
iTechnology is owned by MD International Holdings (http://www.mdintlholdings.com).