The trade group formerly known as the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania, or TechQuest, has the new name that better reflects the group's growing statewide reach.
The Harrisburg-based group that represents the interests of technology companies will now be called the Technology Council of Pennsylvania, it has announced.
“Our organization represents a strong, diverse technology industry across Pennsylvania as a whole,” David Bonsick, Technology Council president and CEO, said in a statement. “Our vision as the Technology Council of Pennsylvania is to enhance the commonwealth’s economic development and prosperity by fostering the growth of a strong technology industry.”
Bonsick said in February the council would be changing its name and logos to better reflect it membership changes and to standardize a brand that had become a bit fractured in its public image over the years.
The rebranding includes a redesigned website.
The tech council was started in 1990 to promote and represent the growing technology industry in the midstate and commonwealth. Today, it has about 200 members including large and small companies in telecommunications, software, finance, manufacturing, education, government and biotechnology.