Tigerlabs’ Navarrete and LifeVest’s Cooper in Candid Discussion about NJ Tech Ecosystem at NJEN

The last New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network meeting, in Princeton on April 8, featured Bert Navarrete, seed-stage venture capitalist and cofounder of the accelerator Tigerlabs, and Jon Cooper, founder of LifeVest Health, one of Tigerlabs’ portfolio companies, which has moved to Philadelphia.


Computer Historian Evan Koblentz Explains How Entrepreneurs Can Profit from Hindsight

Computer historian Evan Koblentz told entrepreneurs at the Princeton Tech Meetup on May 13 how they could use history to their advantage. His talk, titled "The Prehistory of Portable Computing," took place at the Princeton Public Library and detailed the evolution of mobile computers.


10 Questions for Alex Cooper, CEO of Englewood Startup Rezzcard

Alex Cooper, the CEO of a Bergen County-based startup called Rezzcard answers NJTechWeekly's 10 questions in this article by Benjamin Doda.


Startup Roundup: Phroogal, BluePrint Healthcare IT, Inkwhy, Accreditrust, Text Engine

This roundup covers Phroogal's Road to Financial Wellness campaign, BluePrint Healthcare IT which received the Microsoft Health Innovation Award,Inkwhy which is pitching, a new hire for Accreditrust and some news from Text Engine.


TechXtend Putting New Jersey First When it Comes to Business

Wayside Technology subsidiary TechXtend (Shrewsbury) is hunkering down in the Garden State, deciding on a “New Jersey first” sales strategy. The initiative began last April with the hiring of William R. Botti as executive vice president at Wayside. Botti assessed the company’s sales history and noted that sales had grown organically, but that the clients were scattered around the United States.





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