Local company has invisible battlefield writing device you can’t see
Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News. Written by Thomas Gnau.
Nicholas Ripplinger’s company is seeing revenue after a recent trade show and just won $25,000 in one of the Dayton area’s chief awards recognizing entrepreneurial ingenuity.
It has been that ind of week for Ripplinger, president of Dayton-based Battle Sight Technologies.
“This is like every entrepreneur’s dream,” he said.
Battle Sight Technologies — a start-up less than one year old that is developing a chemiluminescent writing device — was named the 2018 Soin Award for Innovation winner, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce’s top award.
Click here to read the complete article.Originally published April 30, 2018.
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