The Downtown Tech 25, a specialized affiliation of technology companies whose main offices or headquarters are located in Downtown Cleveland, have invited Pantek to join their exclusive group. DT25’s Mission is to support the economic development initiatives of the City of Cleveland. DT25 is a strong group of ambassadors that will talk through the positive aspects of relocating a technology company to Downtown Cleveland.
“This has been a great honor”, stated Richard Zack, CEO of Pantek, “the potential for Pantek to help create a technology culture in Cleveland has now significantly increased, due to the time, thought, and efforts of the Downtown Tech 25”. Pantek, a NE Ohio company that specializes in Linux based software development, technical support and technical security services, recently moved from Solon, Ohio to The Sterling Building at 1255 Euclid Avenue in Downtown Cleveland.
The event was held at the BlueBridge Internet Data Center also located at 1255 Euclid Ave. Keynote speakers for the event included Mayor Jane Campbell, Michael DeAloia, CFO of BlueBridge Networks, and Michael Settonni, President & CEO of Broadcast Media Ideas, just to name a few.
“Cleveland is a great city” said Zack, “it has always been our dream to have our company located downtown.” Cleveland has “stepped up” in recent years to help small, medium and large companies to continue to flourish in the Cleveland Metropolitan area. “For years, Pantek has been uniquely positioned to grow as an innovative American technology company”, stated Zack, “and now being a part of The Downtown Tech 25, I believe Pantek is now positioned as an innovative Cleveland technology company.”