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MEA Mobile: Yale Entrepreneurial Institute Corporate Partner

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6 March 2013

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MEA Mobile Selected as Yale Entrepreneurial Institute Corporate Partner
Leading Technology Vendor MEA Mobile to Assist YEI Startups

Auckland, New Zealand -5 March 2013- Leading interactive agency and software developer MEA Mobile is proud to announce its corporate partnership with the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. MEA Mobile will work with select Yale Entrepreneurial Institute portfolio companies to expedite the technology development of new startups. “Today, all new businesses have a technology component. Leveraging our infrastructure will allow portfolio companies to rapidly develop and scale the tech side of their businesses,” says Bruce Seymour, Managing Director of MEA Mobile. “From an online presence, to social marketing, to rapid prototyping of cutting edge mobile tech; we’re here to help.”

Young companies now have a trusted resource versus developing code in house or outsourcing overseas. “The technology side of a startup can be challenging,” says Alena Gribskov, Program Director at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. “We are excited to work with MEA Mobile as the company has a great, proven track record enabling startups.” MEA Mobile is actively engaged with a broad range of startups globally from service organizations to security firms.

The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute helps develop and fund innovative student-led ventures with compelling business propositions. As a key benefit to Yale student entrepreneurs, YEI annually enlists a select number of companies who serve as YEI Corporate Partners. These partners are recruited to afford YEI student entrepreneurs access to business expertise. Other corporate partners include Wiggan & Dana, Baily, Murphy & Scarano, Shipman & Goodman and the Silverman Group.

MEA Mobile is a software vendor specializing in mobile technology. The company offers contract development services for iPhone, Android, Windows 8, and HTML5 in addition to backend cloud development, and mobile web. The company is actively expanding with offices in New Haven Connecticut as well as in Auckland and Hamilton, New Zealand. Additional information is available at: http://www.meamobile.com

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