N.J. county to share license-plate reader data with the feds
Ocean County officials agreed Wednesday to share data collected through the use of license-plate readers with federal authorities. The agreement allows members of the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office to provide information with the Drug Enforcement Association "in near real-time." In turn, the prosecutor's office can access information obtained by the DEA through automated license plate readers…
Meet the Newark Venture Partners Labs Spring 2017 Cohort
Newark Venture Partners Labs, the accelerator formed by Newark Venture Partners, has two goals: to accelerate promising companies so they eventually can have successful exits and to bring companies to Newark that will create jobs and economic activity. NVP Labs has just announced the launch of its second cohort.
Murray Center Conference Features Women Involved in Drone, Robot and AI Work
Sponsored Post: NJ EDA's New CoVest Fund Makes Sense for Startups Seeking Funds to Bridge from Product Development to Commercialization
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) continues to innovate and create new mechanisms and programs to support the tech, tech-enabled and life science entrepreneurs, inventors and enterprises so critical to the state and surrounding region.
NJ EDA Creates NJ CoVest Fund to Provide Growth Capital to Tech, Life Sciences Companies
While funding for very early-stage tech companies has been on the rise in New Jersey, there is still a funding gap for companies in the stage between product development and commercial expansion. To help fill that gap, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) announced the creation of the NJ CoVest Fund. This fund will only invest in companies that have patents on their products, and there are other requirements that narrow its applicability to tech startups.