You may have heard this already, but 2020 is not everyone’s favorite year. From global pandemics to thorny political and social issues, this has been a year many look forward to seeing in the rearview mirror. But when life gives you lemons, sometimes you just have to make Citra hopped mead (okay, okay… lemons to citrus to Citra hops is not my best pun, but you get the idea).
My friends down at Meduseld Meadery are not letting the pandemic stop them from innovating. They are opening a new microbrewery and gastropub, taking advantage of existing infrastructure in Manheim Borough. That inspired those of us here at #RKGTechLaw to write about some of the local technological innovation we’ve been keeping our eyes on in 2020:
- The Manor Township engineers at Rettew are certainly not adrift in 2020. They’ve been working with floating solar-powered installations.
- From online worship services to live-streamed local sports, Lancastrians are finding ways to stay together.
- The local political parties may not agree upon much, but they have both found ways to stay engaged online.
- Lancaster is already a great blend of agriculture and technology. So why not a Roomba-like robot to clean up after the chickens?
- And the innovation will continue as Lancaster continues to see investment in its technology sector.
Did we miss one of your favorite courageous Lancaster businesses? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the social media tag #RKGTechLaw to share it! And as always, if you are looking for legal representation, you know where to find us. We’ve been doing Zoom consultations since before the pandemic and have no plans to stop, not even when 2020 finally does…