Chosen for its "significant entrepreneurial and economic impact" in N.C.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. (February 1, 2001) - Mi-Co, developer of
handwriting solutions for the Mobile Internet, has been chosen by the North Carolina Technological Development Authority to receive a 2001 Governor's Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence.
The awards - presented to companies that have had a significant entrepreneurial and economic impact in the community - will be presented Feb. 20 at a special awards ceremony at the First Flight Venture Center in Research Triangle Park.
"It is exciting to be associated with the development and growth of companies such as Mi-Co - companies that are transformed from the incubation stage here at First Flight Venture Center into viable, successful North Carolina companies," wrote N.C. Technological Development Authority President David L. Emmett in notifying Mi-Co of its award. "We applaud Mi-Co for their growth and success, adding to the tremendous pool of innovative technological companies in North Carolina!"
With offices in Research Triangle Park, N.C., Mi-Co (pronounced "my co" and short for "Mobile Internet" corporation) offers intuitive handwriting solutions for the Mobile Internet including data capture, storage and communication. Mi-Co's solutions use handwriting technology to make Mobile Internet devices easier to use for enterprise professionals, business users and consumers.
The company's founders - James Clary and Gregory Clary - formed Mi-Co by combining their experience in electronics, handwriting-capture technology, PDAs, handheld computers and SmartPhones. For more information, visit www.mi-corporation.com.