Opinion: Apply for the New Jersey EDA’s Net Operating Loss Program—It’s Like Found Money
It seems that every year I write the same story: There’s a program from the State of New Jersey that will give not-yet-profitable tech and life-science startups an average of $1 million in undiluted cash to do with as they please: plow it into R&D, hire more people or finance new equipment.
Angel Investors Novak and O’Neill Share Tips with Tech Entrepreneurs at Morris Tech Meetup
Many angel investors remain anonymous. They prefer to stay out of the limelight, and to make their investments as privately as possible so they are not bombarded with unwanted business plans. Some, however, are willing to share their tricks of the trade and expertise with startups. They hope that founders in-the-know will make their companies as attractive as possible before their CEOs start knocking on investors’ doors.
Sponsored Post: Blockchain: Disruptive Force in Business and Government
Blockchain technology has tremendous disruptive power. Entrepreneurs and investors have embraced the technology and developed blockchain-based initiatives in virtually all industries and sectors. Even governments have taken notice, the New Jersey state government among them
Teams from Stevens, Princeton and NJIT Win Posters, Pitches and Prizes Event
At the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network's annual Posters, Pitches and Prizes event held on April 11, 21 budding entrepreneurs set up posters and presented to investors and members of the entrepreneurial community.
NJIT Offers Summer Courses for Teachers to Comply with New NJ Computer Science Law
New Jersey Institute of Technology is offering three professional development courses aimed at STEM teachers this summer.