Changes at the Top at NJ Tech Companies Wayside and Comodo
Wayside Technology Group (Eatontown) announced that Simon F. Nynens has resigned as the company president, CEO and chairman of the board of directors, effective May 11. Comodo Cybersecurity(Clifton), a cybersecurity solutions company with 150 employees in New Jersey, announced that it had appointed Steve Subar as president and CEO, so that he can lead the company through its next stages of growth.
Startup Roundup: NJ Health Tech Startups Alfrea, Globex Health, Wellsheet and Noteworth
Catching Up with Rajesh Saggi, Founder and CEO of Livingston-Based Moblity
Headquartered in Livingston with offices in New York, venture-backed startup Moblty is emerging as a leader of in-store consumer interaction across a variety of industries.
TechLaunch and Rutgers EcoIgnite Offer Free Bootcamp for Aspiring Clean-Tech and Tech Entrepreneurs
“If you are struggling to launch your startup dream into reality but can’t see the forest from the trees on the entrepreneurial landscape, come join us for an exciting and informative weekend that has the potential to change your life. It’s a complete and intensive two-day program focused on what it takes to launch tech companies into today’s competitive marketplace.” That was the pitch for the new TechLaunch Startup Bootcamp, to be held the weekend of June 9-10 at Rutgers Business School in Piscataway.
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.