Startup Roundup: MobileArq and DriveWealth
MobileArq is launching a summer app development program in Summit and DriveWealth (Chatham) discusses its app.
At Launch NJ, Details of Building a Crowdfunding Campaign Come into Focus
Juniper OpenLab in Bridgewater Expands Its Reach Globally
Today Juniper announced that it’s going to open six new global OpenLab sites—in Sunnyvale, Calif.; Amsterdam; London; Tokyo; Singapore; and Sydney. These new sites are expected to be in operation by the end of 2016. The new sites will be modeled after the original pioneering facility, in Bridgewater, and will present localized programs similar to those offered in Bridgewater to customers, academics, partners and industry leaders worldwide.
NJ TECH CORNER: Synchronoss Technologies
NJ Tech Weekly is pleased to announce the introduction of a new feature called Tech Corner. Each month, we will feature a publicly held tech company that offers our readers a snapshot of who is in control of these companies, their current valuations, and other pertinent information that provides a more informed picture of these companies. Tech Corner signifies our ongoing commitment to provide high-quality editorial content of New Jersey's technology sector that can't be found elsewhere.
Newark Pushes Initiatives to Teach its Citizens How to Program, Give Families Access to Tech
On June 1, representatives from the City of Newark, along with the founders of Newark startup Gadget Software, held a community meeting at Gadget Software headquarters, just across from Military Park. The event introduced a number of initiatives aimed at teaching children and adults in Newark how to code and other initiatives to provide families with access to the Internet.