Your website may need a makeover, better functionality,
stronger branding or improved technology to deliver
the experience your users expect.
With CNP Integrations as your partner you can have
the confidence to do more while maximizing your time
and minimizing your costs. Our roadmap to success
will ensure you have the security and competence to
move forward with your priorities and objectives while
respecting your budget and timeline.
Email: [email protected]
Postal Address: 385 Columbia St., Fall River, MA 02721
We are excited to tell you about what we have been doing with our new service model and content creation services.
Find out how we can help you get more customers through our unique strategy builder programs. Our unique process will help you build effective stories and connect them with new and existing customers in meaningful ways.
Check out the Business Innovation Center and the BIC Media Lab for more information as we roll out these services and create original programming for our community and customers. If you are interested in using video content as part of your tools for marketing or want to find out more about other strategic resources please give me a call: 508-644-1553. I welcome our conversation.
CNP Integrations, a web development and programming company in Fall River, MA, resides in the Business Innovation Center (BIC).The BIC is a hub for businesses, local vendors, and entrepreneurs in and around the Southcoast region. By being near some of the brightest ideas and entrepreneurs of the area, CNP Integrations is able to be on the front lines of supporting great new happenings.
CNP Innovations and the BIC are proud to host FREE events to support individuals reach goals, explore interests, and meet likeminded locals.
Proactive web security workshop: 2nd Wednesday of each month from 6-8 pm.
CNP Innovations is also a proud supporter of the Southcoast Mini Maker Faire. 2016 held the first annual faire in Fall River as a way for creative kids and adults to come together to see local creators as well as show off their own skills.
To learn more and get all of the latest updates on the next Mini Makers Faire, follow their website and Facebook.
CNP Innovations is also proud to support AHA!, Art, History, and Architecture, of Fall River. AHA! strives to invigorate the cultural scene and give access to local arts in and around Fall River. They provide free events, local artist showcases, and collaborative forums, contribute to city initiatives, and stimulate tourism and economic development.
Find ways to get involved, events to attend, and other ways to support AHA! on their website and Facebook page.
Additionally, CNP Innovations is working together to promote, grow, and enhance our community through Entrepreneurship for All (EForAll) as both a mentor and a workspace through the BIC. This program works with budding entrepreneurs in New Bedford and Fall River, allowing them to pitch their business or non-profit ideas and team up with a mentor to help make that dream a successful reality. The EforAll 12-week accelerated program moves those ideas forward by providing workspace, knowledgeable mentors, hands-on workshops, and even cash prizes.
EForAll is looking for new entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas, as well as mentors and local supporters. Find out more on their website and Facebook.
CNP Innovations is proud of these partnerships because they accomplish valuable initiatives for our city that revitalize our history.
With all of the amazing things happening in Fall River, there is no reason to go anywhere else to support great businesses and initiatives, and even begin your own venture of starting a business.
CNP Innovations knows that the future is created in the present, and by supporting a community through these innovative programs and events, we are doing a small part in making tomorrow bright.
FALL RIVER – Christopher Nielsen spent many years in the music and entertainment industry before moving to the Spindle City and launching CNP Integrations. Now after 16 years of success here as a website construction and management agency, Nielsen is hoping to spread his entrepreneurial spirit throughout the city by making CNP one of the chief sponsors of this year’s first annual Southcoast MA Mini-Maker Faire on Sunday, September 18, at the Fall River YMCA.
“CNP is reaching to the community to build good will and contribute to creating jobs and growing our local economy,” said Nielsen. “A maker Faire speaks to entrepreneurs, creative artisans and technology enthusiasts. “Partnering with our community leaders to initiate the Southcoast MA Mini Maker Faire seemed like the right opportunity to achieve mutual goals,” he continued. The Southcoast MA Mini Maker Faire will feature many institutions, professionals and hobbyists from the area. Some of them may even come through Nielsen’s other project, a business incubator for startups based out of Columbia Street in Fall River.
“Our Business Innovation Center initiative is building communities of communities while exploring new technologies and fostering entrepreneurialism, STEAM Education and professional development,” he said. He is also hoping that it may help turn Fall River into a more attractive area for those with high tech business ideas. “There are few technology companies of our kind in the area compared to Boston or Providence,” he said. “Our goal is to build a local team and attract talent to the area.” In order to highlight CNP’s services, the business will be showcasing its Geo Radius Search software for the Joomla CMS as well as offer participants the opportunity to launch their own free websites and learn about free monthly workshops held by CNP.
“We will help inform folks about the open source Joomla CMS project and other innovative technologies,” Nielsen said. Joomla CMS is a web hosting platform used to create and host websites that is available for free online. Nielsen emphasized that in his eyes, this is not so much bringing something new to the Fall River area so much as returning it to its storied history of creation. “We hope to see the Fall River and Southcoast region reinvent it's rich heritage as makers,” he said. “If we can help inspire a new generation of talent and embrace innovative technologies around a creative ecosystem I think it will carve a bright future for everyone. “We are excited to be part of this New Maker movement and feel the Southcoast MA Mini Maker Faire is a great experience that should help stimulate more interest, awareness and momentum in our region,” he concluded.
The Sothcoast MA Mini Maker Faire is a FREE event that will be held Sunday, September 18th from 10am till 4pm at the Fall River YMCA. For more information contact: Christopher Nielsen 401-662-1035
When your job is to ensure that one of the worlds most prominent cities has a steady supply of potable water, it’s a given that your in a position of high stakes. They are only raised higher when the responsibility of ensuring that hundreds of thousands of people go along with your plan voluntarily is thrust upon your shoulders.
That is exactly what the Watershed Agricultural Council of the New York City Watershed Region does on a daily basis.
“Basically, we work with local landowners to help them make good decisions on their property that helps ensure the drinking water supply for New York City is kept clean,” said Heather Hilson, forestry program outreach specialist for the council. “When I say landowners, we’re mostly talking about farmers and forest landowners.”
The New York City Watershed has 19 reservoirs and three lakes that hold up to 580 billion gallons of water. About 1.1 billion gallons of that water gets used daily by up to 9 million people. Helping keep that water clean, unfiltered and drinkable is the largest achievement the organization has obtained so far, according to Hilson.
“The biggest achievement is that we are a big part of the equation that has kept New York City Water from being filtered,” she said. “A filtration plant would cost NYC trillions of dollars.”
The whole process started because the Watershed Agricultural Council’s Forestry Program would pay for foresters to write forestry plans for various property owners before and yet found this to be ineffective in their mission of maintaining a healthy environment and water system. They turned to the web for an alternative strategy.
As a result of a shift in their strategic thinking, when they put out requests for bids on the website project, CNP was one of the applicants.
“Usually we have go with the cheapest bid but if we have solid reasons to go with a another bid, we can,” said Hilson. “I talked to Chris and I got a sense that he was much more knowledgeable and had done his research.
“Some people just submitted bids without doing any research about our organization,” she continued. “But he was comfortable with it.”
The project allowed the Council to do away with their forest management planning program, that was in reality not giving the landowners what they wanted, or were interested in.
“The main recommendations in traditional forest management plans involved cutting trees for timber and people don’t always want to do that” she said. “This web-based alternative was a cheaper option and through the website people are able to find alternative ways to be active on their land and still keep the water resources clean.”
Over the course of their two years of partnership with CNP Integrations, continuous consultations and maintenance on their web page has perpetuated a productive relationship.
“We really hope to continue our relationship with CNP,” said Hilson.