Technology Council of Pennsylvania moves office to Harrisburg University
The Technology Council of Pennsylvania has relocated its offices, but it shouldn't be too hard to find the new set-up.
David Bonsick, the council’s president and chief executive officer, said the university site is smaller than the former office’s 5,000-square-foot layout, but that it is a more “appropriate” size for the council’s current needs.
“We had more space than we were using,” he said.
It also allows for partnerships with the school in the future.
“Harrisburg University is a great asset to the region,” Bonsick said. “We’re taking advantage of some of their programming to better serve our members and businesses. We’re going to be able to do it as partners.”
The council has 225 members.
Bonsick said there were 32 months left on the council’s lease with the transportation center, located in the Harrisburg train station on Market Street, but negotiations with the Harrisburg Redevelopment Authority allowed it to abandon the lease at no cost.
The space in the train station is part of a business incubator. The council had been at the station since 2006, Bonsick said.