Tech Gurus Fill Voids in Health, Branding and Innovative Workspace

Oxon Hill, MD Sept. 22, 2017  - On Wednesday, four entrepreneurs shared their newest innovations with the local businesss and technology community at Prince George's County's September TechBreakfast event. Hosted by the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC), in partnership with TechBreakfast, founded by Ron Schmelzer, TechBreakfast's 'Chief Event Wrangler', tech industry professionals gathered at Spartan Business & Technology to learn about amazing new products.  EDC President and CEO Jim Coleman was extremely pleased to provide a platform for entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts to meet and greet.
"We are happy to keep providing a stage for up and coming tech geniuses to showcase their inventions and products," said Coleman. "Today, we witnessed some innovative products that are making a positive change to the way we work, live and care for each other. Hearing directly from the inventors and innovators gives our audience a chance to be an early adaptor for groundbreaking technology. Making connections and helping bring awareness to great innovations is what it's all about for us. We're thrilled to maintain our relationship with TechBreakfast and can't wait to see these gurus continue to grow and change the world!"
Created in 2011 in Baltimore's Emerging Technology Center, TechBreakfast is an innovative monthly forum that allows entrepreneurs, techies, developers, designers, and business people the opportunity to present cool new technology in a demo 'show and tell' format, and to interact with each other.  It is also a platform for investors to identify new investment opportunities that brings diversity to the region. TechBreakfast has now expanded across the greater Washington Metropolitan area, with more than 7,000 members and has become the hip place to showcase the latest in innovation to a live audience.
"We are delighted to be a part of the tech ecosystem and bring some great innovations to life here in Prince George's County," said Schmelzer. "Our job is to bring the tech community together to help grow great businesses here. Can't wait to come back for our next TechBreakfast."
Technology gurus were also excited at the opportunity to demo their products in front of a live audience. 
"Today I demoed a new product we have called WallPixi," said Patrick Rife, founder of Pixilated. "This is a smart wallmounted photo-booth kiosk. Businesses can take photos with their branding which are easily made available for their clients. Photos are accessed via text message and email to be used for marketing purposes."
Bob Blonchek of Digital Health Innovations, Sarah Hostyk who has developed the 'Place Tempo' phone application and Hector Del Castillo of V-Sense also presented their newest innovations to an excited audience.
Wednesday's event was graciously hosted by Spartan Business and Technology. The EDC was also appreciative of the support from Exelon, BB&T Bank, JGL Law, and Big Frog for their generous sponsorship of this fantastic event.
The next TechBreakfast In Prince George's County will take place on December 19th at Spartan Business and Technology. To register for this upcoming event, contact Nicole Edwards at 301-583-4650 or today or visit