Professor/Entrepreneur Talks about New Method of Company Creation at Princeton Tech Meetup
If lean startup methodology doesn’t work for you, then maybe you’re a candidate for the alternative method of company creation espoused by Joshua Spodek, entrepreneur, professor and coach at Columbia and NYU.Spodek explained his process to an enthusiastic and receptive audience at the Princeton Tech Meetup on July 16, in a talk titled “8 Steps from No Idea to Funding.”
Lively Discussion on Technology in Sports Highlights NJTC Annual Meeting
At its Annual Meeting, held on July 15, the New Jersey Tech Council brought together a panel of heavy hitters in sports technology for a discussion mainly fueled by audience questions. The panel was moderated by Wim Sweldens, cofounder and CEO of Kiswe Mobile (Murray Hill), a New Jersey startup specializing in bringing live sports events to mobile phones.
12 Tech Companies on NJBIZ’s “TOP 100 Privately Held Companies” List
Each year NJBIZ compiles a list of “N.J.’s Top 100 Privately Held Companies.” This year, twelve tech and tech-related companies made the list.
Keller Center eLab Startups Present at Princeton Demo Day, Part Two
For the past several years, Princeton’s Keller Center has run a summer accelerator called “eLab” for startups from the school, providing each participating team with $20,000 in seed money, a place to work, and mentoring. This year the teams presented at eLab Demo Day, on August 11. Part Two covers ClickStick, BTS, TeachMe and Friendsy.
Keller Center eLab Startups Present at Princeton Demo Day, Part One
For the past several years, Princeton’s Keller Center has run a summer accelerator called eLab for startups, providing each participating team with $20,000 in seed money, a place to work, and mentoring. The accelerator’s Demo Day took place on August 11 this year, and seven teams presented to an audience of more than 200 people at the Friend Center, on the Princeton campus.