Eagle Design Group: Soaring With Solar Power


For Eagle Design Group, a company with a 25-year history of serving the data communications, telecommunications, wireless, and cable television industries, plugging in to new technology is a given.  Soon, this industry leader will be plugging into a new energy source as well, supported by a new term loan from Conestoga Bank.

Eagle Design Group continues its green initiative with the installation of a new solar energy system for their building in Chester Springs, Pa.  “When considering our financing options for the solar energy system, Conestoga Bank differentiated itself from other lenders with their highly personalized approach to doing business,” said Walter Schroth, president, Eagle Design Group.  “They researched our company, understood our needs, and were able to offer creative solutions for current and future endeavors.”

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As a Matter of Fact …

melissavetrepreneurarticleFemale veterans are not only starting up new businesses in increasing numbers, but also thriving at a higher rate.

Whether it’s gaining adequate access to capital or juggling work and family life, women veteran business owners face their fair share of obstacles.  Despite the headwinds, women veterans are still growing successful businesses by leveraging their military skills, pursuing ongoing education opportunities, seeking guidance through mentorship, and taking advantage of certifications and federal contract programs.

Here are five facts about women veteran business owners that you might not realize, with insight from successful female vetrepreneurs.

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Rajant Aided Hurricane Katrina Relief Effort

WAYNE, PA -- Rajant Corporation, a wireless technology firm, is playing an important role in assisting the recovery effort after the destruction left by Hurricane Katrina.  They are taking part in the Delaware Valley Hurricane Relief Fund, established by Congressman Curt Weldon (R-PA).

Congressman Weldon will be flying to Baton Rouge, La. early Friday morning to deliver rescue equipment already donated from local Delaware Valley businesses to the governors of Louisiana and Mississippi.  Three Rajant employees, with over $400,000 worth of specialized equipment, will be traveling with Congressman Weldon.

The specialized equipment, known as BreadCrumbs®, creates an instant, portable, wireless network able to operate in virtually any environment.  Rajant has partnered with Eagle Design Group, Zcomax Technologies, Inc, Symbol Technologies, Inc, Telenor-USA, and Growth Strategies Group, who are also donating equipment and time to help with this effort.

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