Our Company

mediatechnologies is a Shelby, Michigan-based manufacturer of educational and other fine furniture.

bus driver

Where are we going?

When it comes down to it, how does one measure success? Sure, you can be a “bottom line” person – all dollars and cents. That’s certainly one way to do it. (I’m sure that’s what our bankers would prefer). But that’s not how we measure success here at mediatechnologies.

We’ve mentioned here on this site, that “our mission is to help you achieve your mission”. We mean it. This is not always an easy thing to accomplish. Sometimes we fall over ourselves. Sometimes we say “yes” when we should have said “no”. Sometimes we make mistakes. It can be frustrating. But it’s worth it. It may not seem so in the moment, but we learn and improve every day.

Your success is what really matters to us. It’s why we say “yes”. It’s why we are here. It’s why we come to work in the morning. It’s what makes us feel good at the end of the day. You see, we can only be a success by helping you be a success. Wherever your projects take us, our mission is to help you achieve your mission.

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This photograph of a wild Shiba was taken not far from mediatechnologies near the wild Shiba hunting ground. The photographer managed to escape by offering the beast a handful of Shiba-snacks and then running like a scalded dog to the safety of a nearby vehicle. If you see a Shiba, run, in serpentine fashion, to the nearest Dairy Queen and order the largest Sundae you can afford. Feed the Shiba and wait for it to fall asleep. Then sneak away as quietly as you can.


From time to time, packs of wild Shiba Inus have been sighted roaming the immediate forested areas in the vicinity of mediatechnologies. These animals have been known to disrupt otherwise intelligent communication between departments, distract customer service representatives, pilfer snacks from purchasing and some have even been sighted urinating in public. Shibas are rumored to have mind control powers and allegedly have the ability to cause managers and stake holders to make ridiculously bad decisions. Note: This allegation has never actually been clinically proven although there is an impressive book of evidence to support the claim. This breed of Shiba Inu has also been known to carry off small children and engineers who may be slight-of-build.

Don't be fooled by their "crocodile smile". These animals mean business.