Sponsored Post: Issuer, Beware! The SEC (and Others) Are Carefully Watching ICOs
With the advent of blockchain technologies and related service companies, many startups are employing or examining a new way to raise capital: initial coin offerings (ICOs). Many of these ICOs are being conducted outside the scope of securities laws and regulations, relying on the presumption that the instruments being offered (referred to alternatively as coins or tokens) are not securities and, therefore, are not subject to the regulatory requirements applicable to securities offerings.
The Companies that Received Millions through the New Jersey EDA’s NOL Program This Year
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) announced that 39 companies were approved to share over $46 million through the state’s Technology Business Tax Certificate Transfer Program, also known as the Net Operating Loss (NOL) program. The amount was up from $35 million last year.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: How (and Why) to Begin a Social Advertising Campaign
You’ve spent time and resources creating newsletters, case studies, videos, etc. but how can you spread these to more people in order to get yourself more exposure? Social media is a great tool for doing this.
Einstein’s Alley Sign Unveiling Signals Economic Development along Central NJ’s Rt. 1 Corridor
On October 19, Einstein’s Alley, a private nonprofit regional development organization, unveiled a sign at the Princeton Corporate Plaza, on Route 1 in Monmouth Junction. This ceremony, attended by regional dignitaries, marked the first time the organization has designated a private office development as a part of Einstein’s Alley.
All Eyes on Camden’s Startup Community at Camden Catalyst Gala
On Oct. 20, hundreds of Camden tech and entrepreneurial community supporters came to the New Jersey Adventure Aquarium to celebrate the startups that had made it to the final round of the Camden Catalyst startup competition. The startup founders, who were competing for $25,000, were literally and figuratively surrounded by “sharks.” The winner was Fredric A. Byarm, for his startup Invincible City Farms (Camden), which aims to eliminate food deserts in Camden and elsewhere.