Pease firm talks business during Sununu visit
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Employees of Global Relief Technologies hosted Gov. Chris Sununu Wednesday to showcase their military-proven technology and brainstorm ways it can be deployed by commercial and government partners.
The ten-employee company was founded in 2003 by Michael Gray in the downtown Portsmouth Odd Fellows building and is now located at Pease International Tradeport, at 15 Rye St. The company’s software was developed to support global humanitarian efforts, tracking assets and data, Gray explained to the governor. A commercial partner, which has awarded GRT with two excellence awards is Raytheon, Gray said, adding he’s looking to expand the company in New Hampshire by hiring local workers from New Hampshire colleges and universities.