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Kamal Bathla, Maestro Technologies, New Jersey, Honored at Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards

Trenton, NJ (Sept. 27, 2018) – Kamal Bathla, Maestro Technologies,New Jersey was honored with the 2018 Immigrant of the Year at the Sixth Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneurs Awards at the Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce Multi-Chamber Event in Monmouth Junction on Wednesday.



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Posted on September 27, 2018

Maestro's Summer 2018 Job Fair

Maestro Technologies will be hosting a job fair at Mercer County Community College Trenton Hall for multiple job opportunities (see flyer). This event is from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. on Saturday August 25 th , 2018 with free street and Mercer Lot B parking. It’s recommended to pre-register for this event at http://maestro.com/hiring before attending. If you have any questions please contact us at 908-458-8600.
Hope to see you there!

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Posted on August 16, 2018

Tech company launches new Trenton headquarters

TRENTON -- Officials from Maestro Technologies cut a ribbon and sounded a Lakshmi conch shell Thursday to officially open the company's new headquarters in the center of downtown Trenton.
The company had been located in Edison, and announced in March they chose Trenton over Wilmington, Delaware for their new office after getting over $17 million in state tax credits.

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Posted on September 21, 2017

Press Release - Maestro Moves to Trenton New Jersey

Smart Applications Innovation Center (also known as SAI Center), Trenton’s new Innovation Hub, is serving as the new headquarters for Maestro Technologies. Maestro handles Big Data, Cybersecurity Solutions, Application Integration and Data Management as well as a complete spectrum of services in the infrastructure management, including: Help Desk Support, Vendor Management, Integration and Migration Solutions.

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Posted on September 20, 2017

N.J. OKs $17M in tax credits for company bringing 178 jobs to Trenton

TRENTON -- A tech company is choosing to relocate to Trenton over Wilmington, Delaware, after securing more than $17 million in state tax credits.
The state Economic Development Authority on Thursday approved the Grow New Jersey tax credits for Maestro Technologies, a technology consulting and data management systems firm.

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Posted on March 16, 2017

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