Mobile Strategies for Hyperlocal Publications Discussed at Engage Local Conference

Entrepreneurs still consider the mobile landscape to be in its infancy, especially when it comes to appealing to local audiences. This view was apparent at the Engage Local conference in Newark on June 15-16.

At JuiceTank, Entrepreneurs Offer 6 Ways Healthy Culture, Habits, and Relationships Build Profits

Successful entrepreneurs Joshua Davidson and Jack Killion gave business advice in a relaxed, informal discussion at the JuiceTank (Somerset) coworking space and incubator on June 30.

10 Questions for Jonathan Dambrot, the CEO of Warren-Based Prevalent

While most of the coun­try thought of the risks from third party vendors ac­cess to busi­ness com­puter sys­tems when Tar­get was hacked, War­ren-based Pre­val­ent had been mak­ing tools for com­pan­ies to as­sess that risk long be­fore the breach.
Photo: File photo of John Ason speaking to the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network. Photo Credit: Esther Surden
File photo of John Ason speaking to the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network. | Esther Surden

Ason Discusses “Foxes” and “Hedgehogs” in Investing at Montclair Entrepreneurs Meetup

At Montclair En­tre­pren­eurs, the audi­ence heard a talk by John As­on, a prom­in­ent early-stage an­gel in­vestor based in New Jer­sey

Interview: Evan Koblentz Discusses His Book on The History of Portable Computing

We asked N.J.-based portable computer historian Evan Koblentz for a short interview about him and his book "Abacus to smartphone: The evolution of mobile and portable computers."

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Sharing is Caring: How to Amplify your Marketing Efforts

You can have the most ro­bust mar­ket­ing plan in place, but without en­gage­ment and amp­li­fic­a­tion, your ef­forts may not get the re­turn you had hoped for. 

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Why Going Mobile with Your Company Marketing Content Will Improve ROI

Re­cent re­search is showing that mobile media search and display drive the most phone calls to businesses today. If you’re ready to increase your ROI, consider creating mobile-friendly versions of your critical assets. Why not adopt a mobile-first approach for your content strategy?
Around New Jersey

You can go (at) home Craiglist founder Craig Newmark proves with Grow It Green Morristown

Craig Newman, founder of Craigslist, renews his ties with his home town of Morristown, providing a composting toiler to the Early Street Community Garden.

As Old Computer Monitors and Electronics Pile Up, Environmental Risk Grows

New Jersey's effort to safely dispose of old TVs and computer monitors is in danger of collapsing, according to electronic waste recyclers. There is legislation (S-2973) pending before the state Senate to address the problem but neither manufacturers nor recyclers are convinced it will fix so-called e-waste recycling.

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