Company Roundup: Konica Minolta, iCIMS, Comodo and NB Ventures

This company roundup includes Konica Minolta which will be expanding in Ramsey, iCIMS which just bought a San Jose company called TexrRecruit, Comodo, a cyber security tech company and NB Ventures which offers procurement software.

Wayside’s Simon Nynens Talks About Compassionate Leadership at NJ Tech Council Meeting

Simon Nynens, chairman and CEO of Wayside Technology Group (Eatontown), has some news for leaders: Employees who feel cared for and have their needs met tend to be more productive and meet or exceed sales goals. You don’t have to treat employees like children to get the best out of them. Nynens made his remarks at a November NJ Tech Council meeting that took place at Russel Hall, the renovated Ft. Monmouth building that houses Vi Hub Coworking and TetherView.

Hackensack Startup PCI Global Takes Investor Panel Vote at November TechLaunch BullPen

At the November 29 TechLaunch BullPen event at Monmouth University, PCI Global (Hackensack) –  presented by founder and CEO John Censor– won the investor panel vote as the most "fundable" company. Centiment, a New York startup pitched by founder and CEO Micah Brown, won the audience vote. The company uses neuroscience to create ad personas that should lead to more relevant ad viewing for users.

2017: Our Favorite NJ Tech Photos, The Ribbon Cutting Edition

The NJ tech com­munity held hun­dreds of meet­ings. meetups, and tech talks dur­ing 2017 and NJTech­ at­ten­ded many of them. We also went to nu­mer­ous open houses, product launches, and rib­bon cut­tings. And we took pho­tos. Lots and lots of pho­tos. Here are photos of some of the ribbon cutting ceremonies we attended last year.

Angels Give Advice to Clean-Tech Startup Founders at Inaugural EcoIgnite Meetup

Most clean-tech, renewable-energy and alternative-energy technologies have one thing in common: They need a long funding “runway” before they can get off the ground. This is a problem that they share with pharma and biotech startups. Thus, the question is how to accelerate the development of these companies so they can reduce the amount of time to market. A new startup accelerator, based at the Rutgers EcoComplex (Bordentown), wants to help these companies.

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