Jim Laber elected to the 2009 Board of Directors for NEOSA and the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce.

Leading information technology firm, AtNetPlus today announced that Partner, Jim Laber has been asked to serve on the Board of Directors of the Northeast Ohio Software Association (NEOSA,) which is the COSE Technology Network, and the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce. Both organizations work to support local business and industry.

“We’re pleased that Jim agreed to join the NEOSA board of directors this year,” said Brad Nellis, NEOSA Director. “Jim has been a very successful tech entrepreneur and he’s been involved as a member of NEOSA for a number of years. We’re looking forward to his contribution to the neo tech community through NEOSA,” concluded Nellis.

Laber, a lifelong resident of Stow, noted “I’m happy to have the opportunity to give back to these great organizations. Even in the current economic climate, the strong business community in Northeast Ohio has helped AtNetPlus thrive. I’d like to see more companies take advantage of the programs developed by the Chamber and NEOSA. Both organizations are dedicated to helping businesses succeed.”

“The Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce is pleased to count AtNetPlus among our many members,” according to Cindy Smith Lewis, Chamber Executive Director. “We are very fortunate to have added Jim Laber to our dedicated Board of Directors for the 2009-2010 term. Technology is vital to the success of business today and certainly to the Chamber as well. We look forward to working with Jim and benefiting from his valuable input and assistance.”

Established in 1998 as the Northeast Ohio Software Association, NEOSA (the COSE Technology Network) is a membership-based organization that promotes the advancement of the Technology Community and IT Industry of Northeast Ohio. NEOSA is an industry-led, industry-driven organization made up of more than 860 member companies from all facets of information technology.

About the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce
Since 1965, the Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce has grown into a voluntary partnership of more than 360 businesses and professional people working together to make a difference in their communities. Membership is composed of leaders and entrepreneurs in business, industry, government, schools and other organizations who are interested in economic development and improving the quality of life in the Stow-Munroe Falls area.