Hoping to serve as the IT hub of New Hope and surrounds, Generation Tech offers a different type of business model: along with computer repair and small business support, Adrian has created a spot where people can gather and work toward community building and educating. “We want all types of people to feel unintimidated and comfortable here. Be it a senior, a non-English speaker or a self-proclaimed computer nerd,” says Adrian.
With specialization in small business IT consulting and support, Generation Tech can troubleshoot any issue either on-site or remotely. Need your small business set-up with an efficient and accessible system? They can handle that too, at any River Town location at an affordable price. For your home office, they offer custom repairs for all your devices getting you up and running efficiently in no time. They can help with data recovery, systems set-up, printer and security needs along with sourcing restored laptops and desktops.
As an avid audiophile, Adrian also trades and sells antique audio components with a specialization in the restoration of vintage tube amps.
Why support a Black-owned business in Bucks County? Bucks County has a rich (though somewhat undocumented) history of Black culture dating back to the Revolutionary War. Generation Tech hopes to lead by encouraging more Black-owned businesses to open in our community. By supporting a Black-owned company, you can help create more opportunities for savings, property ownership, credit building and generational wealth. When small businesses flourish, so do their communities.
Give Generation Tech a call at 267-332-8073 or stop by at 6452 Lower York Road.
They look forward to contributing to the community of beautiful Bucks County!
PHOTO CAP: Adrian Clarke outside the newly re-opened Generation Tech in Solebury.