Advanced Technical Ceramics Manufacturing
Plus Precision Machining of Polyurethane, Metals & Plastics
Providing Support for Expansion and Growth
ROCHESTER, N.Y. –Jun 18, 2014– RocCera today announced that they have been accepted for the second round of Greater Rochester Enterprise’s (GRE) Regional Economic Gardening Program, which serves to foster business growth throughout the Greater Rochester, N.Y. region. The program is the only one of its kind in New York and is designed to provide free, sophisticated, tailor-made technical assistance to second-stage companies that are in expansion mode.
A team of national experts provided by the Edward Lowe Foundation, a national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship, will help RocCera develop a plan to further accelerate its business success. RocCera also has access to a free suite of high-end, high-speed technical assistance, including help identifying qualified sales leads, mapping to facilitate targeted marketing efforts, reviewing core strategies related to commodity and niche markets, analyzing employee temperament to build strong management teams and recruit talent, examining social media utilization, and search engine optimization guidance.
“We are very pleased to be selected by GRE for this program,” said Sam Ghosh, CEO of RocCera. “The advice and expertise available will help us accelerate our already growing manufacturing business.”
Roccera plans to use the guidance to continue to grow its advanced technical ceramics manufacturing business. Advanced technical ceramics refer to materials, which exhibit superior mechanical and physical properties, such as, exceptional corrosion/oxidation resistance, ability to withstand high pressure and temperature, stronger than steel. Advanced ceramics generally include structural ceramics, electronic ceramics, ceramic coatings, and bio-ceramics.
RocCera, LLC is a manufacturer and fabricator of advanced technical ceramic, polyurethane and steel components. The company is based in The Rochester Technology Park, Rochester, New York. RocCera’s advanced ceramic technology was originally developed in Kodak under the leadership of Dr. Sam Ghosh, who founded RocCera in 2006.
Located in the heart of New York’s technology corridor, Greater Rochester Enterprise (GRE) is a public-private partnership established to professionally market the Rochester metropolitan region as a competitive, high-profile place for business location and growth. Its efforts support business attraction and expansion as well as entrepreneurship and innovation. GRE collaborates with businesses, universities, not-for-profit organizations and government leaders to ensure a unified approach to regional economic development. For more information, please go to www.RochesterBiz.com.