Who’s Who In Technology 2014 -Thursday, May 1st will feature live presentations by Broadview Networks andComcast Business! It’s all taking place at The Chic’ Hotel Monaco Philadelphia – A Kimpton Hotel– with a Networking Happy Hour on the rooftop Stratus Lounge if you are looking to get connected to the Industry’s Movers and Shakers and would like to attend this exclusive event- please contact us at 215-600-0009. This is a private invite only event.

I want to thank my motion graphic designer Ken Bakhtin and Buffy for organizing the staff with wardrobe on the day of the filming in studio.  I’m really happy to see our collaborate efforts come together; enjoy!

About Chorus Communications:

Boyhood friends form partnership and create one of the fastest growing companies in the Philadelphia region.

Dan Cronin and Rob Molinaro met in homeroom, freshman year at Paramus Catholic High School in North Jersey. The two became good friends right from the start.

Dan and Rob maintained their strong bond even when Dan went off to college at Duquesne University and Rob went to Iona College.

After graduation, both kicked around jobs for a while until Dan was recruited by the telecommunications company ATI to open and run their new Philadelphia office.

Immediately, Dan’s first call was to his high school buddy Rob. While they never planned on working together, both new it was the “right fit.”

After putting in time with ATI, the duo jumped to other telecom firms, always traveling as a “package deal,” learning along the way that, like Lennon and McCartney, their talents and skills meshed well, bringing out the best in each other.

In 1994, they made the bold decision to branch out of their own and form Chorus Communications. In early 1995, with only $10,000 in savings, and a lot of antacid, the pair started small – a home office out of Rob’s King of Prussia area apartment, a guitar case being Rob’s first desk.

Within two years, they had grown Chorus into a multi-million dollar company – and one of the fastest growing companies in the Delaware Valley.

Today, the two are still best friends and Chorus Communications continues to grow and evolve in the constantly changing world of telecom services.