Vethos Technologies is a minority, veteran-owned small business which exists to develop technological solutions for the emergency response sector that are rugged, configurable, and affordable. Vethos’ first product under development is a rugged PC designed for emergency response vehicles.
Tell us about the milestones your venture accomplished in 2020
Vethos has accomplished a successful pre-seed startup phase where registration and business development have been successfully completed. Vethos has also won a business competition pitch challenge with the CT Entrepreneurship Foundation. We are currently in talks with a partner company Geosafe to employ software for emergency response vehicle deployment and tracking.
Does your venture generate revenue or are you pre-revenue?
We HAVE NOT any generated revenue
What CT entrepreneur ecosystem resources have helped you succeed?
CT Entrepreneurship Foundation
Wesleyan University- Patriccelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Vethos Technologies is a veteran, minority-owned small business focused on employing veterans and developing technological solutions that will help local communities. The first technological solution Vethos is working on is a rugged PC designed for the emergency response sector. It's founder, Gabriel Mirelez, has started to develop his new technology and tied for first place in the CT Collegiate Business Plan Competition organized by the Entrepreneurship Foundation.
Vethos Technologies is a veteran, minority-owned small business led by Wesleyan University student Gabriel Mirelez. Gabriel is working on developing a rugged PC which can be used by the emergency response sector.