Breadware Relocates Operations Hub To Reno, Nevada
“On our first visit to Reno EDAWN gave us a tour of the community, midtown, and several of the local business. We were instantly enthralled with the vibrancy, camaraderie, and forward-looking nature of the city. It was a community that we wanted to be a part of and wanted to help grow.” said Daniel Price, CEO of Breadware.
“The company has set up their headquarters at the Innovation Center and closed a seed investment round that included two local investment groups, Ozmen Ventures and WaterShed Growth Ventures,” he added.
“Making hardware and software work well together is a challenging undertaking, especially in the world of IoT, “ said Danny deLaveaga, COO of Breadware. “Building an IoT prototype typically takes months of work and a six figure budget to assemble a team with expertise across software, hardware, firmware, cloud services and mobile app development. Our Breadware toolset provides a powerful and accessible solution to IoT development – reducing the time and money burdens of the development process. We have taken the “HARD” part out of HARDware.”
“Breadware had many choices of where to relocate and grow their business,” said Mike Kazmierski, President & CEO of Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada. “Selecting our community speak volumes about the entrepreneurial ecosystem and the opportunities it affords technology startup companies.”
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