TIMONIUM, Md.— A Baltimore trophy shop was selected to participate in the 2019 Capital One Catapult Program 3.0. Allogram, Inc. and Amanda Gianotti were thrilled to take part in the program.
The Capital One Catapult Program 3.0 is geared toward improving participating companies by using tools such as instructional courses, workshops that promote collaborative thinking, individual meetings with experts on certain subjects, and help from advisors. This program helps businesses develop solutions to challenges that are innovative, and technology driven.
The Catapult Program started in March 2019 and continued until July. Two-day sessions were scheduled throughout those months filled with instructional courses and mentoring. Gianotti and one other Allogram team member went to Capital One’s Digital Lab in Plano, Texas for the Catapult Program sessions. During those sessions, the Allogram team developed solutions to technology challenges.
To top everything off, participants of the Catapult Program present a 10-minute competitive pitch of their solutions to complex business problems to a panel of judges in Washington, D.C. The winner of the program will be given a $20,000 grant for the proposed solution. Only 10 companies are selected for the program through a competitive application process.
The team at the custom awards store in Baltimore writes, “Allogram is committed to creating a technological and innovative solution to define and document our customers’ journey from prospect to order to completion and follow up. Our goal is to streamline communications, production and marketing to provide the best customer experience.”
“We are looking forward to participating in this valuable program and raising the bar for customer communication and service in our industry,” they add.
Allogram has stores in Odenton and Timonium, and they are pleased to provide awards in Baltimore and the surrounding area. Their Timonium store is located at 2003 Greenspring Dr, Timonium, MD 21093. Their phone number is (410) 252-7300. More information about Allogram can be found on their website at www.allogram.com.
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With two locations in Maryland, Allogram, Inc. of Timonium specializes in creating customized trophies and memorabilia crafted from genuine Walnut, Cherry, Oak, Marble, Acrylic, and etc.
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