Dayton, OH, May 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Dayton RFID Convergence Center (Dayton RCC) will be the premier center providing business acceleration and intelligence to entrepreneurs and early stage companies in the radio frequency identification (RFID), sensor, data management and mining technology industries. Part of a regional effort to grow the emerging RFID sector in Southwestern Ohio, the Dayton RCC will be located in a new, $6 million state-of-the-art facility in Dayton’s Tech Town.
The Dayton RCC is a public-private partnership between the City of Dayton, CityWide Development Corporation, and EPC Technologies, Inc. Services will include industry-specific expertise, one-on-one coaching by staff and experienced mentors, a network of business and professional assistance, and access to an investor network and assistance with financing. The Dayton RCC will work with 15 to 20 companies in its 17,000 square foot space, in addition to another 10 companies through an affiliate, or non-resident, program. For more information on the Dayton RCC and RFID technology, visit www.daytonrcc.com.
Contact CEO/Executive Director Bradley C. Proctor at (937) 558-2980 or email@example.com.