Adelphoi, a local startup helping entrepreneurs turn ideas into real products and services, has joined the McKinney Economic Development Corporation’s Emerging Technology Program.
“The Emerging Technology Program was created to assist startup companies, like Adelphoi, by offering rent reimbursement and access to other resources,” said John Valencia, Director of BREP & Emerging Technology for the McKinney Economic Development Corporation. “Adelphoi is an excellent addition to McKinney’s startup community and will complement the services provided by Collide Village.”
“We are excited to be a part of the Emerging Technology Program,” said Steve Tucker, president/CEO at Adelphoi. “McKinney is a great place for small businesses and entrepreneurs. The city does a remarkable job supporting startups and recognizes the importance of building vibrant startup ecosystems that build healthy, diverse communities.”
Tucker is the visionary behind Adelphoi. As an entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist he has the experience and expertise needed to guide new entrepreneurs who are learning to navigate the marketplace.
“We see ourselves as small business idea people,” Tucker said. “We’re part agency, part idea factory. Our goal is to help business owners launch, expand and grow their business. The Adelphoi team is made up of business owners who will become your strategic partner in launching a new business, rebooting an existing one, or developing your dream.”
Adelphoi offers a wide range of services including branding, design, custom website development, strategic marketing, search engine optimization, video marketing, social media campaign management, mobile app development, and physical product prototyping with go-to-market servicing.
For more information about McKinney Economic Development Corporation’s Emerging Technology Program visit www.mckinneyedc.com. For more information about Adelphoi visit the company’s website at www.adelphoilabs.com.