CEC Teams With Leading Retailer and Research Scientist to Discuss Positive Impact of Restorative Justice Programs at Upcoming NRF LP Conference and Expo

Corrective Education Company (CEC), a leading provider of Restorative Justice Education Programs, joins one of the nation’s leading retailers and a research scientist from the University of Florida and director of the Loss Prevention Research Council in a session titled “Restorative Justice – The Impact on Retail Efficiency, Recidivism & Shrink” at the National Retail Federation Loss Prevention Conference & Expo. The session will take place on June 11, 2014 from 3:45 pm to 4:45 pm in rooms 315-316 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center.

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06 2014

Burlington Coat Factory Expands Deployment of Corrective Education Company’s Restorative Justice Education Program

Corrective Education Company (CEC), a leading provider of Restorative Justice Education Programs, announced that Burlington Coat Factory will be expanding the deployment of its restorative justice education program to more of its locations. Burlington Coat Factory, a national off-price apparel, home and baby products retailer, operating more than 500 stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, initially launched the program in four of its high risk locations in January of 2014. Intent on monitoring the progress of the program for 90 days, clear and measureable results lead to the decision to expand the solution after 45 days of deployment.

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06 2014

Prelaunch Adds Twist to Crowdfunding Model: Crowd Discounts

The first Prelaunch brand partner to take advantage of the CrowdDiscount program is TREWGrip, an innovative handheld rear-type keyboard and air mouse.

“TREWGrip is the perfect example of why the program exists. The keyboard has been well received and in demand since the introduction of the first prototype. The company wants to bring down the price of the device so it’s more accessible to the mobile masses. By working with Prelaunch and securing orders prior to production, the company has a better understanding of demand and can better control production costs, which benefits everyone involved. As more people participate in the campaign, the price for TREWGrip can drop by as much as $100,” explained Donald Brewer, co-founder and president of Prelaunch.

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Visit Prelaunch.com to participate in TREWGrip’s crowd-discount campaign.


05 2014

Etegent Technologies Moves Into New Norwood Headquarters

Etegent Technologies Ltd., a Cincinnati- and Dayton-based research and development company, has moved into its new Norwood, Ohio headquarters, taking over the first floor of the American Laundry Building at 5050 Section Ave. For the past six years, Etegent has been based out of the graduate space at the Hamilton County Business Center. After outgrowing its former headquarters, Etegent turned to Sean Mangialardo at Cresa Cincinnati, an international corporate real estate advisory firm, to find a new location to support the growing technology company. Etegent also worked with Cincinnati-based Emersion DESIGN and RJE Business Interiors on the interior design and to develop a functional workplace environment. Currently, Etegent has 25 people based out of its Norwood offices with four full-time staff at its Dayton location.

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02 2014

TREWGrip Named Engadget Best of CES 2014 Finalist

We were excited to learn today that TREWGrip was named as a finalist for Engadget Best of CES 2014! Although, TREWGrip did not win, it was a tremendous victory to be considered a finalist. There are more than 3,200 companies at CES showcasing thousands of products, so it’s tremendous for TREWGrip to standout and be recognized for its innovation.

Check out the list of finalists at Engadget.com.

A list of winners is available here.


01 2014