TechXtend Putting New Jersey First When it Comes to Business

Way­side Tech­no­logy sub­si­di­ary TechX­tend (Shrews­bury) is hunk­er­ing down in the Garden State, de­cid­ing on a “New Jer­sey first” sales strategy. The ini­ti­at­ive began last April with the hir­ing of Wil­li­am R. Botti as ex­ec­ut­ive vice pres­id­ent at Way­side. Botti as­sessed the com­pany’s sales his­tory and noted that sales had grown or­gan­ic­ally, but that the cli­ents were scattered around the United States.

Focus on NJ Coworking: Newark's =SPACE Helps Community Achieve Big Things

Newark's =SPACE coworking facility gives everyone a chance to become part of the growing entrepreneurial scene in the Brick City. "It's a place that anyone can come in — whether you're an intermediate or beginner — and learn what startup and entrepreneur culture looks like, and learn about the resources that this city has, which are immense," said one of its founders.

At Princeton Tech Meetup, Sorin Discusses Startup Funding and Regulation A-Plus

At the Prin­ceton Tech Meetup on April 22, Dav­id Sor­in, Chair of the Ven­ture Cap­it­al and Emer­ging Growth Com­pany Prac­tices at the law firm Mc­Carter & Eng­lish, gave a com­pre­hens­ive over­view of the fund­ing mech­an­isms for emer­ging com­pan­ies, and then answered many ques­tions from the audi­ence. Some of Sor­in’s most per­tin­ent re­marks came to­wards the end of the even­ing, in re­ac­tion to the new Reg­u­la­tion A-plus crowd­fund­ing rules that had just come out, al­low­ing com­pan­ies to raise up to $50 mil­lion from un­ac­cred­ited in­vestors.
Photo: Alex Cooper, CEO of Rezzcard Photo Credit: Courtesy Alex Cooper
Alex Cooper, CEO of Rezzcard | Courtesy Alex Cooper

10 Questions for Alex Cooper, CEO of Englewood Startup Rezzcard

Alex Cooper, the CEO of a Bergen County-based startup called Rezzcard an­swers NJTech­Weekly's 10 ques­tions in this art­icle by Ben­jamin Doda.

Startup Roundup: Phroogal, BluePrint Healthcare IT, Inkwhy, Accreditrust, Text Engine

This roundup cov­ers Phroogal's Road to Fin­an­cial Well­ness cam­paign, Blue­Print Health­care IT which re­ceived the Mi­crosoft Health In­nov­a­tion Award,Ink­why which is pitch­ing, a new hire for Ac­creditrust and some news from Text En­gine.

Guest Opinion: Innovating the New Jersey Tech Industry

It is imperative that New Jersey invests in its technology sector in order to remain competitive in this global economy. At the end of the 20th century, New Jersey appeared to be a knowledge-driven economic powerhouse, but aggressive investments in technology-based growth in other states and nations have threatened New Jersey’s future growth. Partnerships with industry and academia are required to develop its prospects.

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Behaving Well on Social Media: A Policy for Everyone

In this post, Leadar­ati CEO An­ita O'Mal­ley provides 8 rules for post­ing to so­cial me­dia that a tech com­pany can ad­opt right away.
Around New Jersey

Drone Use is Soaring in South Jersey

Drone hobbyists, like the members of the Oaklyn Rotor-E Drones Club, frequently meet to discuss the physics of flight, go over safety tips, share drone stories and — of course — fly their drones. The club formed in 2014 and has hosted several successful gatherings in New Jersey.

Texting in the Cockpit? The FAA's Plan to Cut Delays

A cockpit-to-tower digital communications system that's been used on a trial basis at Newark Liberty International Airport is improving efficiency and safety as well as cutting delays, by eliminating much of the talking that pilots and air traffic controllers do, in favor of what are essentially text messages, officials said on Thursday.




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