I am in absolute awe of the massive amounts of funding that is available for the best and worst ideas in the tech space. It is amazing what can be accomplished when you have a good team and almost surreal what can be built when you operate in Silicon Valley. It seems to be the place where ideas come to life. There is almost nothing I’d rather do than come up with a great product. Jotting ideas on napkins or whatever else is handy has been something I’ve enjoyed my entire life.
Being in the right place at the right time makes for business opportunities.
But creating your right place and knowing that it’s your right time – that’s what can launch and grow a business, as it did for Breakthrough Technologies.
Breakthrough-developed Morton Arboretum App Named Finalist in 2015 American Business Awards!
Fifty yards isn’t far; half a football field, a stroll around the grounds, a really, really short marathon.
But when Breakthrough Technologies departed their old offices recently to move into their new home “just across the way”, they upgraded to a larger, brighter, more inviting space eminently suited to the needs of their expanding staff and growing list of clients.
A variety of factors prompted Evanston-based Breakthrough’s move to suite 300 in the nearby 1880 Oak Ave. complex, company growth being the key.
In the United States, there have been many conversations in the past 10 years about the role of government in our lives. We have had many opportunities to see the blessings and failings of an active government.
Today, we are lucky to be hosting a group of innovative thinkers, creative designers and enthusiastic eaters. They also happen to be some of our favorite people. Oh yeah – it’s national "Take our Sons and Daughters to Work Day," and we’re doing it in style!
March is swiftly approaching and the Breakthrough Technologies team is enthused! We all know that March is the third month of the year, has 31 days and brings the first day of spring. Yet, did you know that it is named after Mars, the Roman god of war, and (except in leap year) March begins on the same day of the week as February and November, and ends on the same day of the week as June? Most notable to us though is that with March comes the ATP conference.