Hackensack Startup PCI Global Takes Investor Panel Vote at November TechLaunch BullPen

At the November 29 TechLaunch BullPen event at Monmouth University, PCI Global (Hackensack) –  presented by founder and CEO John Censor– won the investor panel vote as the most "fundable" company. Centiment, a New York startup pitched by founder and CEO Micah Brown, won the audience vote. The company uses neuroscience to create ad personas that should lead to more relevant ad viewing for users.

How to Recharge Your Personal Online Brand in 2018

Today almost everyone involved in business—whether it’s in a career, as a business owner or in a volunteer capacity—understands the importance of having a digital “footprint” or an online brand in order to be taken seriously as a professional. While many of you already have an online presence, you might not be getting the most out of its potential networking power. Some, on the other hand, are at a loss for how to even get started.

2017: Our Favorite NJ Tech Photos, The Ribbon Cutting Edition

The NJ tech com­munity held hun­dreds of meet­ings. meetups, and tech talks dur­ing 2017 and NJTech­Weekly.com at­ten­ded many of them. We also went to nu­mer­ous open houses, product launches, and rib­bon cut­tings. And we took pho­tos. Lots and lots of pho­tos. Here are photos of some of the ribbon cutting ceremonies we attended last year.

Angels Give Advice to Clean-Tech Startup Founders at Inaugural EcoIgnite Meetup

Most clean-tech, renewable-energy and alternative-energy technologies have one thing in common: They need a long funding “runway” before they can get off the ground. This is a problem that they share with pharma and biotech startups. Thus, the question is how to accelerate the development of these companies so they can reduce the amount of time to market. A new startup accelerator, based at the Rutgers EcoComplex (Bordentown), wants to help these companies.

2017: Our Favorite NJ Tech Photos, Part Two

The NJ tech community held hundreds of meetings. meetups, and tech talks during 2017 and NJTechWeekly.com attended many of them. We also went to numerous open houses, product launches, and ribbon cuttings. And we took photos. Lots and lots of photos. As we looked back on 2017, some of the photos stood out. We either caught panelists in the moment, or we witnessed intense networking at an event, or we were in awe of some great architecture in a building we were visiting. The photos here are not necessarily representative of the year, but they are some of the most interesting photos we took. This is part two of our photo essay.

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