PS212 Selects Party Headphones as the First Admittance to the Gifted Program

On Thursday, January 23rd, 2014, PS212 of New York, NY announced Party Headphones as the first selection for their highly anticipated PS212 Gifted Program, which offers recently graduated entrepreneurs free or highly discounted branding services to assist in the launch of their company. Party Headphones, a 2013 graduate of the eLab Accelerator at Cornell University, aims to improve the listening experience for guided tours, fitness classes and silent disco events with their next-generation wireless headphone systems.

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The encouragement offered by the Cornell community and eLab Accelerator has been a major contributor to our initial success...but the generosity and resources available to New York startups doesn't stop at the university.

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 23, 2014

On January 23rd, 2014, PS212 of New York, NY announced Party Headphones as their first admittance to the PS212 Gifted Program, which offers recently graduated entrepreneurs free or highly discounted branding services to assist in the launch of their brand.

PS212 is a strategic brand consultancy based out of New York City. The Gifted program was developed to boost start-up ventures coming out of universities. An entrepreneur himself, PS212’s founder David Gaglione hopes to share his success with the next generation of innovators by offering them the tools they need to become a recognizable brand. David and the rest of the team at PS212 use creativity and logic to develop real-world solutions for branding problems.

“We are so excited to welcome Party Headphones to the Gifted Program,” said David Gaglione, founder of PS212. “We have seen nothing but talent and dedication from the team and we are excited to have the opportunity to be a part of their brand moving forward.”

Party Headphones, a recent graduate of the eLab Accelerator at Cornell University, aims to improve the listening experience for guided tours, fitness classes and silent disco events nation-wide by offering next-generation wireless headphone technology.

“The encouragement offered by the Cornell community and eLab Accelerator has been a major contributor to our initial success,” said Jacob Reisch, CEO and co-founder at Party Headphones. “But the generosity and resources available to New York startups doesn’t stop at the university. We’re grateful to be working with PS212 in launching the next phase of our company and excited for the road ahead.”

Party Headphones was founded in June of 2012 by undergraduate students in the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Their featured products are wireless headphone systems that allow you to plug any audio source into a transmitter, which then broadcasts that signal to all wireless headphones within 300 feet.

Within it’s first year, Party Headphones has provided for over 100 customers in 33 states and worked with major clients including Red Bull, DTS, Nestle, MTV2 and the Museum of Modern Art. As the firm looks toward 2014, they plan to launch a full line of adaptable, easy to use wireless headphone systems for numerous applications.

About PS212
PS212 is a team of creative problem solvers with big agency experience operating at start-up speed. Through a combination of creativity and logic, they build branding solutions rooted in strategy with real world application. For more information on PS212, visit ps212.com.

About Party Headphones
Party Headphones is one of the largest, fastest growing companies at Cornell University. Founded in June 2012 and a graduate of Cornell University’s eLab Accelerator, Party Headphones has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies and been featured on the Boston Globe, CBS News, and Wakefield Media.

Party Headphones believes the world needs more fun, more excitement - more often. To make this possible, they offer premier audio technology to help better connect people with the shared listening experience. Their multi-channel RF wireless headphone systems allow users to plug any audio source into a transmitter, which then broadcasts to all headphones within 300 feet. For more information on Party Headphones, visit partyheadphones.com and for more information on silent disco, visit gosilentdisco.com.


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