By Orion Entrance Control, Inc. | December 6, 2016
Steve Caroselli talks about Orion Entrance Control in the manufacturing warehouse

“What makes our Entrepreneur Forum series different from other business advisory programs in New Hampshire is how we hand-tailor our advisory panel to complement the presenting organization,” said Matt Cookson, executive director of the Council. “The committee members who organize this event work tirelessly to identify and secure a panel of advisers with the right background, skills and philosophy to ensure the presenting company will receive tremendous value from the experience of sharing their entrepreneurial journey with all in attendance.”

“In just seven years, Orion Entrance Control, Inc., has more than tripled our workforce, expanded sales to nine countries, and has made a name for itself by gaining market share in the competitive security access control and turnstile industry,” said Orion ECI President and Founder Steve Caroselli. “We are excited to be participating in the popular New Hampshire High Tech Council and we look forward to gaining some helpful information from our peers in security who have also experienced incredible growth and success.”

Advising Orion Entrance Control, Inc., at the forum will be:

  • Scott Dunn, senior director of business development at Axis Communications
  • Doug Cubell, business development manager
  • Embedded Solutions at HID Global
  • Mark Schnepel, president of FlexEnergy Inc.

The kick-off theme will be “going global,” an issue Orion faces as the company looks to expand its reach to the worldwide market.

The Entrepreneur Forum will be held Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at FIRST Place in Manchester, New Hampshire. Tickets are $15 for members, $30 for non-members, and $5 for students. Tickets include networking and heavy hors d’ouevres and can be purchased here.

Entrepreneur Forum is sponsored by:

Autodesk; Cook Little Rosenblatt & Manson; Dyn; Entrepreneurs Foundation of New Hampshire; Howe, Riley & Howe; NH Business Review and TD Bank.

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