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TechEase Honors Make It Work’s Pre-Paid Contracts

By June 27th, 2012 in Community, News

On Monday June 25th 2012, one of TechEase’s largest competitors – Make It Work – announced that they had halted operations and were in the process of permanently closing. Make It Work was in business for approximately 11 years and had 34 employees. We were shocked and saddened to hear this news.  Although we were

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Hit and Run Driver Crushes TechEase Cars

By June 1st, 2011 in News

Saturday May 28th at 3PM a Chevy Suburban lost control in the parking lot at 3433 State Street and careened into 2 parked cars, ramming one car several feet out of the spot into the car next to it.  Then the driver fled the scene. Witnesses called 911 and the vehicle was found later that

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Your Twestival Donations are Changing Lives!

By November 18th, 2010 in Community, News

Last March we were proud to help host Santa Barbara’s Twestival fundraiser event.  Members of the Santa Barbara Twitter community came together to raise money for Concern Worldwide, a global charity.  Thanks to the generosity of locals like you, we were able to raise over $1,000! Santa Barbara Twestival decided to focus on bringing education

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TechEase co-founder Evan Asher brings home hardware from 40 Under 40 Awards

By October 19th, 2010 in Community, News

We were very honored last night to receive the 40 Under 40 Award at the Pacific Coast Business Times Awards Gala at the top of the Topa Towers in Oxnard, CA.  TechEase co-founder Evan Asher was recognized for contributions to the community working with non-profit partners such as The Boys and Girls Club, Women’s Economic

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TechEase Co-founder Evan Asher named Top 40 Under 40

By September 29th, 2010 in Community, News

Evan Asher, the 33-year-old Co-Founder of TechEase, was named to the Pacific Coast Business Times’ annual “40 Under 40” list this week.  The special issue is a “report on the next crop of 40 up-and-coming businessmen and women under the age of 40… from San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.  It honors the

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Association of Fundraising Professionals Annual Symposium

By May 21st, 2010 in Community, News

We had a great time speaking at this year’s annual symposium for Santa Barbara and Ventura non-profits.  Our session explored ways to leverage social media such as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook to promote donor loyalty.  For non-profits, technology must be cheap and effective. As social media does not cost anything but time, it levels the

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