Companah has been selected as a finalist for the NC Tech Awards “Tech for Good” award. The NC Tech Awards is North Carolina's only statewide technology awards program that recognizes innovation, growth and leadership in the tech sector and is presented by the NC TECH (North Carolina Technology Association). “For over 20 years, NC [...]
Working for Companah At Companah, our people are our most valuable resource. We respect and share the love that pet owners and medical staff have for our companions, and that is a foundation of our service. The episodes in which we serve our clients is a difficult and emotional time, and all who are a [...]
We're thrilled to announce that Companah has been chosen to receive a funding grant from NC IDEA, a private foundation committed to supporting entrepreneurial ambition and economic advancement in North Carolina. Micro-grant recipients were chosen from 30 finalists that had been selected from 208 submissions. Applications were accepted from NC-based startups with innovative products or business [...]
My daughter makes the absolute best cookies in the world. I know she follows the standard Toll House cookie recipe that's printed on the bag for all the world to see, and I know that the only thing she does differently is to add butterscotch chips. Nonetheless, to me they are the best cookies in [...]
What happens when one pet passes away? Do animals have their own way of grieving the loss of each other? This article explores the idea of pets and grief by telling the story of a young game developer who wrote his first game, sharing the story of one cat on the journey to find the friend he lost.
Growing up in the 1980s, almost every school day started the same. Winston-Salem Journal Wake up, walk in to the kitchen. Get the Cheerios out of the cabinet, milk out of the fridge. Find where the sugar bowl was put away (the same sugar bowl is used for cooking, for making [...]
Just as the companionship of a pet is the first experience our children have of love, the loss of a pet is often times their first experience of grief and loss.