Opinion: As a Wellness Option, NJ Tech Companies Could Consider Biohacking
What New Jersey technology employer wouldn’t want employees who are focused, cool warriors by day and get restful, restorative sleep at night? Protecting health and preventing disease to optimize performance in both professional and personal lives: This is the goal of biohacking.
At Montclair Entrepreneurs Meetup, N.J. Tech CEOs Talk about Their Exits
Two tech entrepreneurs and a venture capitalist who was formerly an entrepreneur shared their stories and expertise on selling companies at a Montclair Entrepreneurs meetup in February.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: How to Use Your Company Videos to Improve Customer Engagement
Videos are all the rage. They are now easier than ever to produce, and you can even use your Smartphone to film on the spot. There are many uses for a video in business—from filming a customer testimonial to talking about a service, hot topics, product demos and more. But once you’ve got them produced, what do you do with them?
NPower Brings Newly Approved IT Apprenticeship Program to Jersey City
On March 20, NPower held a reception in Jersey City to celebrate the registration of its IT Generalist Apprenticeship Program with the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor’s recent approval of IT apprenticeships has created the new certification of “IT Generalist,” and Larry Byrd, a resident of Jersey City and a veteran, is the first person to receive it.
Liberty Science Center Expansion Wins Key Vote from Council
A plan to build a $276 million science and technology complex near Liberty Science Center cleared another major hurdle at last night's City Council meeting when the council voted to transfer 12 acres of city-owned land intended for the complex. The 6-3 vote came after 11 p.m. at the end of a four-hour…