Top 10 NJ Tech Companies on the 2014 Inc. Magazine 500/5000 List

Each year  Inc. Magazine  pub­lishes a list of the fast­est-grow­ing private com­pan­ies in the United States. The magazine breaks down the list by state. NJTech­Weekly.com found these tech com­pan­ies on the state list.

Princeton Keller Center eLab Demo Day Lets Student Entrepreneurs Shine, Part Two

Some of Princeton University's most ambitious engineers and entrepreneurs presented products and business ideas developed over 10 weeks as part of the school's Keller Center's eLab Summer Accelerator Program. Part two of this article covers CryptoCard, Deià, SpaceTouch, and Solstice Initiative.

Princeton Keller Center eLab Demo Day Lets Student Entrepreneurs Shine, Part One

Some of Princeton University's most ambitious engineers and entrepreneurs presented products and business ideas developed over 10 weeks as part of the school's Keller Center's eLab Summer Accelerator Program.
Photo: Connotate's new CEO Richard Kennelly. Photo Credit: Courtesy Connotate
Connotate's new CEO Richard Kennelly. | Courtesy Connotate

Company Roundup: Changes at the Top at Connotate and Single Touch

In early Au­gust 2014,Con­not­ate (New Brun­swick) ap­poin­ted Richard Ken­nelly CEO. Ken­nelly suc­ceeded Keith Cooper, whose as­sign­ment had come to an end, he told those at­tend­ing a re­cent New Jer­sey Tech­no­logy Coun­cil gath­er­ing. Jer­sey City-based Single Touch said CEO James Orsini had resigned to pur­sue oth­er op­por­tun­it­ies. Jerry Hug, who had been Single Touch’s ex­ec­ut­ive VP of cor­por­ate de­vel­op­ment, will be­come in­ter­im CEO.

June NJEN Meeting Puts New Jersey Startups in Front of Angels

In June, the New Jer­sey En­tre­pren­eur­i­al Net­work held its an­nu­al Gath­er­ing of An­gels in Prin­ceton. The meet­ing in­cluded a poster ses­sion for star­tups and a re­verse ven­ture-fair format that per­mit­ted star­tups to in­ter­act with the an­gel in­vestors who had been in­vited to speak.

Opinion: Support Immigrant Entrepreneur’s Awards; Nominations Open

Guest opin­ion from Ein­stein's Al­ley: "As a lead­er in New Jer­sey's tech­no­logy sec­tor, Ein­stein's Al­ley strongly re­cog­nizes the need for im­mig­ra­tion re­form le­gis­la­tion. In part to demon­strate that com­mit­ment, Ein­stein's Al­ley was a found­ing spon­sor of the Im­mig­rant En­tre­pren­eur Awards. And we are proud to an­nounce the open­ing of nom­in­a­tions for the 2nd An­nu­al New Jer­sey Im­mig­rant En­tre­pren­eur Awards."

A Startup Checklist for NJ Tech Companies

Melissa R. Crowe of Withum­S­mith+Brown in Mor­ris­town provides an ac­count­ing check­list for New Jer­sey star­tups that will help them get star­ted on the right foot.
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Hillsborough 5th to 12th Grade Students Get Chromebooks

Hillsborough is handing out Chromebooks to its fifth through 12th grade classes in the final phase of a 1:1 technology initiative.

Juniper OpenLab Hosts Enthusiastic Governor’s School Students

An enthusiastic, receptive group of New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology students took time from their projects to travel from their home base, Rutgers University, to Juniper Networks OpenLab (Bridgewater) July 9, 2014.




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