Startup Founders Display, Explain Posters at June NJEN Meeting, Part Two

At the June New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network Gath­er­ing of An­gels event, some 20 star­tups presen­ted posters, and many of these were from New Jer­sey. NJTech­Weekly.com in­ter­viewed some of them, as well as one en­tre­pren­eur who didn’t ex­hib­it a poster. This is the second part of a two-part series. Part One can be found here.

NJ Tech Meetup Features Startups and Fireside Chat with Gerard Adams of Fownders

The Ju­ly 12 NJ Tech Meetup was held in down­town Ne­wark at Ne­wark Ven­ture Part­ners (NVP), a VC or­gan­iz­a­tion that part­ners with Amazon and Aud­ible. Sev­er­al hun­dred people were present. Tom Wis­niewski, one of the man­aging part­ners at NVP, ex­plained that the or­gan­iz­a­tion is run­ning a stra­tegic­ally loc­ated ac­cel­er­at­or/in­cub­at­or, sit­ting atop a great com­mu­nic­a­tions net­work, and has partnered with many in­vestors who have lots of re­sources, in­clud­ing ven­ture cap­it­al and tech­nic­al know-how.

Startup Founders Display, Explain Posters at June NJEN Meeting, Part One

In early June, the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network held its Gath­er­ing of An­gels event, which gives star­tups an op­por­tun­ity to en­gage in some speed dat­ing with an­gel in­vestors who in­vest in New Jer­sey.Some 20 star­tups from New Jer­sey and else­where presen­ted posters at the meet­ing. NJTech­Weekly.com in­ter­viewed some of them.
Photo: Yaniv Sneor meets with an entrepreneur at NJEN. Photo Credit: Esther Surden
Yaniv Sneor meets with an entrepreneur at NJEN. | Esther Surden

Meet Some of the Angel Investors Who Fund New Jersey Startups, Part Two

The New Jer­sey En­tre­pren­eur­i­al Net­work’s an­nu­al Gath­er­ing of An­gels, held on June 8, presen­ted a rare op­por­tun­ity for en­tre­pren­eurs to have short meet­ings with an­gel in­vestors. Sev­en in­vestors came to the meet­ing, rep­res­ent­ing them­selves as well as sev­er­al an­gel groups. Pri­or to these meet­ings, in a “re­verse ven­ture fair format,” the an­gels briefly in­tro­duced their groups. They then provided some ad­vice to the star­tup en­tre­pren­eurs at the event who were hop­ing to at­tract their at­ten­tion. In part two we present Yaniv Sne­or, Jerry Creighton Sr. and Jonath­an Hakaki­an.

Meet Some of the Angel Investors Who Fund New Jersey Startups, Part One

The New Jer­sey En­tre­pren­eur­i­al Net­work’s an­nu­al Gath­er­ing of An­gels, held on June 8, presen­ted a rare op­por­tun­ity for en­tre­pren­eurs to have short meet­ings with an­gel in­vestors. Sev­en  in­vestors came to the meet­ing, rep­res­ent­ing them­selves as well as sev­er­al an­gel groups. Pri­or to these meet­ings, in a “re­verse ven­ture fair format,” the an­gels briefly in­tro­duced their groups. They then provided some ad­vice to the star­tup en­tre­pren­eurs at the event who were hop­ing to at­tract their at­ten­tion. In this first part of a two-part story, we cov­er Mario Cas­a­bona, Jeff Snel­len­berg, Kath­er­ine O’Neill and John Pearl­stein.

Opinion: Driving Innovation at the State Level

When we think of new regulations coming from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding, or new drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we often consider how much influence the federal government has in driving (or stifling) innovation. However, when it comes to science and technology policy, it does not have to start and end with the federal government. In fact, states such as New Jersey have a unique opportunity to drive innovation policy.

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Using your Email Digital Signature to Brand Yourself and Your Organization

Are you or your company members missing out on one of the most critical components of your brand? Time to make a more robust, meaningful email reply signature using the power of your other digital contact information. Using your email/mobile device signature to give your full online credentials, contact information and even logo can be a powerful tool for an organization.
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Rutgers Pilot Could Signal a Move Toward Telemedicine

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How a 3D printer could mean a breakthrough for joint-replacement surgery

GLASSBORO -- In a lab located in the engineering building of Rowan University, a team of researchers gather around a 3D printer. The team watches as the printer finishes up its latest job, leaving a knob of plastic behind. But this isn't just any piece of plastic. It's an FDA-approved piece of plastic that could one…




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