Newsmax TV Interview with Peter in NYC with John Bachman's primetime show.
Peter Cetale being interviewed and marketing his SaaS company to the largest Catholic tv network in the world. He was on their special edition and was booked as the main event for the episode.
Peter Cetale won first place in the annual pitch deck competition. In every pitch competition Peter has entered he has won.
"Peter Cetale '19 isn't waiting until after graduation to launch his business career. The budding entrepreneur, who got his start creating a food delivery service app when he was 16 years old in his native San Diego, has launched Religio. The enterprise software company is designed to give churches online tools to better connect, engage and retain parishioners. The goal of Religio, Cetale said, is reversing declining membership numbers. Twelve churches, mostly in the San Diego area, are the first to use the software."Read More
"No matter what the size or type of church you lead, having an online presence is as much a necessity as the offering plate. Here’s a case in point. Peter Cetale, a devout Catholic, noticed a problem while attending his church while he was still in college at Cornell University. He told Ithaca.com that attendance was dropping. Budgets were growing tighter. Community connections were becoming strained. According to research he had pulled from the Pew Research Center, the longevity of his church was at risk."Read More
"Then just another freshman at Cornell University, Peter Cetale ‘19, noticed a problem. A devout Catholic his entire life, Cetale – a student in the ILR school at Cornell, President of the Cornell Entrepreneurship Club and current Vice President of the Cornell..."Read More
"The Religio app is a new startup gaining widespread attention by bringing technology to churches. The enterprise software comes amid declining church membership and was developed as a way of equipping churches with the tools to create solid relationships with..."Read More
"As a child, Peter Cetale ’19 had several life-threatening kidney surgeries that drew him closer to his faith. His commitment to Catholicism inspired him in his freshman year to create a software company that would help the church grow. Cetale’s Religio software, which helps religious organizations boost engagement with their members, won first prize, $3,000 and bragging rights at the Hospitality Pitch Deck Competition Nov. 13 at Statler Hall."Read More
"Cornell Entrepreneurship Club president Peter Cetale ’19, who co-founded the app Religio at Cornell, met his chief technology officer Albert Caldarelli ’19 during his freshman year and, through Life Changing Labs, was able to create a development team. “I would just say there are a lot of organizations on campus that can ease the balance for startup and school. An example would be the Cornell marketing organization that frequently works with startups to do customer discovery, marketing and public relations,” Cetale said."Read More
"Second-place winner of $500 was Religio, founded by Peter Cetale ’19, which provides enterprise software for churches to help them gain, retain and serve members and build community. Cetale said the company already has churches on board, is hiring staff and hopes to raise a seed round of funding later this year."Read More
"Cornell has 1,200 student organizations and that number continues to grow. Yet, there hasn’t been a go-to marketing club on..."Read More