Maureen Lynn Mulvihill has grown quite accustomed to working under stressful circumstances. She played a large role in the start up of one company while she was pregnant with her first child, then worked with her husband to launch her own company while her second child was on the way.
The second company, Piezo Resonance Innovations Inc., has quickly become one of the brightest success stories in Central Pennsylvania. Piezo Resonance develops innovative medical devices that integrate controlled, precise motion. Mulvihill’s goal was to develop products that would help the medical community improve patient outcomes and in the process, create a strong and financially viable enterprise.
She relied heavily on her own savings and assistance from friends and family to get the business off the ground. But it took more than just money to make Piezo Resonance go. It was Mulvihill’s dedication and commitment to building the business that made the difference.
As she was building the business, she went without paychecks so that her employees could get paid and focus on the work they needed to do to help the company get on its feet.
Mulvihill, the company’s president, has continued to support her employees as the business has become more established. She encourages them to continue their educations and serve as strong contributors in the community. She wants them to be mentors to younger people and help pave the way for them to become strong and successful individuals in their own lives.
This focus on personal growth and development is a key part of the foundation of Piezo Resonance and a key reason the company is now poised for success on the business end.
Clinical trials are planned this year for the company’s first medical device and the company is scaling up to be ready for production once it is approved.
How to reach: Piezo Resonance Innovations Inc., (814) 355-0003 or www.piezo-res.com