ARSOME Technology believes everyone in the world must stop, take a break from our hectic schedules to give back & help those in need of a boost. On September 10, ARSOME teamed with The Prosperity Foundation to address Food Insecurity in North Hartford on Barbour Street.Watch Video
When you work with us, you get a dedicated team that values diversity. Team members range in age from 72 to 22, speak up to five languages, originate from three different countries, and have worked in four different industries before coming to ARSOME. We have found that our multicultural work environment has enriched our work and increased the satisfaction of our customers.
"Creative collaboration and continuous outreach are key activities to improving our community. Entrepreneurship is a tool, a brand, a skillset, and we hope our work inspires our youth to take on and overcome challenges with an entrepreneurial mindset. We are proud to support our local partners."
Benjamin Williams MBA, M.S. M.A.
Co-founder & CEO, ARSOME
For and in preparation for Christmas, ARSOME Technology was proud to be a co-sponsor to give gifts that brought smiles to kids in Manchester and East Hartford, Connecticut. It was an honor once again to team up with Howard K. Hill of the Hartford Renaissance District in support of Jaylen Berry of the Jaylen Berry Foundation! With the $3,000 we help to raise in just over 48 hours, we are pleased families in need received a Holiday blessing for their children.
Serving over 1,400 21 pound boxes of fresh produce to families, veterans, the homeless, and the sick and shut-in, we united with Hartford Community and Faith based organizations and to participate in the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program. There are nearly 40-million Americans who are food insecure. In Connecticut, according to Feeding America, 1 in 8 persons are struggling with hunger.
Hartford, Connecticut is a great place to live and learn. The Founders of ARSOME Technology are from the Hartford area and their headquarters are a few minutes outside the city. One prominent and influential member of the community was Mark Twain, and this app brings him to life with engaging augmented reality. After downloading the app for free, you can visit his statue outside the Hartford Public Library and follow on-screen instructions to bring him to life.
COVID-19 has been horrific and these lovely men and women are on the front line everyday trying to help us. We are so thankful for the opportunity to help in whatever way we can and show that we are thankful to our essential workers! Thank you, ECHN.
ARSOME Technology is excited to officially partner with Compass Youth Collaborative to co-develop virtual reality technology to equip and empower inner-city youth with tools and tactics to de-escalate violence in the community, classroom, and at home. The COVID-19 crisis has caused tremendous uncertainty over school closings and its impact on education. With summer just around the corner, the accessibility of digital learning and in-depth youth engagement - we believe this is the most applicable solution more than ever before.
Thank you to the YWCA Hartford Region for inviting two of our team members, Jennifer Kelley (Software Developer and Project Manager), and Lola Oretade (Marketing Manager), to the YWCA Virtual Career Fair. Experiences and moments like these keep the community strong and together even during moments of crises, such as now. We're excited to stay involved and in contact with the YWCA moving forward.
ARSOME’s Co-Founder and CEO Benjamin D. Williams joined Manchester Police Chief Williams Darby and members of his team for a pizza lunch. "We strongly believe it is very important to appreciate members of the law enforcement community," said Williams. "They are the unsung heroes who are our first responders to ensure all our residents are safe and secure." Manchester Police Department, we greatly applaud your service and we want to let you know you are greatly appreciated for what you do for us. We hope you enjoyed the pizza!!!
Chief Innovation Officer David Oyanadel visited Stamford High School to work with graduating students on their business idea. Through creative brainstorming and peer mentorship, students gained real-world experience. ARSOME Technology believes learning should be a hybrid of classroom and “beyond” the classroom experiences and looks forward to working with youth in Connecticut on their business idea/venture.
In 2018, ARSOME Technology attended Greenwich, CT’s MakeFest and presented augmented reality’s potential in the classroom and as a learning tool for our youth. The technology can make a real difference in complex topics by integrating immersive storytelling with augmented reality. The team also presented on AR/VR’s use in gaming, and AR/VR’s benefits in business.
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