Learning How to Navigate Company Culture Key to Climbing Tech Career Ladder

  [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in April 2018.]

Jenna Gaudio spoke to the Jersey Shore Women in Tech meetup (Asbury Park) in February about how to navigate a career in tech, using examples from her own climb up the ladder. Gaudio is now vice president of product management at Vydia, a fast-growing tech startup based at Bell Works, in Holmdel. “We were one of the first ones at Bell Works. We were a very small startup. When I walked in the door there were about 15 people.”


Vydia Raises $7 Million “Series A” Round and Plans to Bring More Jobs to New Jersey

[While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in February 2018.]

Bell Works-based startup Vydia (Holmdel) closed a $7 million Series A round of fundraising on February 15. The investment was led by Vocap Investment Partners (Atlanta) and included participation from Newark Venture Partners.


Upper Saddle River’s Cavallini Middle School Wins $150,000 in Prizes from Samsung for Concussion-Sensing Project

Just as the students at Emil A. Cavallini Middle School, in Upper Saddle River, were beginning to consider what project to do for Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest, one of their friends suffered a concussion in a football game. The rest is history. [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in April 2018.]


Startups from Community and Area Colleges Pitch at Newark Innovation Acceleration Challenge

At the Newark Innovation Acceleration Challenge in November, community members and students competed for $3,000 and the chance to work at the NJIT School of Management’s Lean Startup Accelerator this summer. [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in January 2018.]


“Standby Virtual Desktops” Give TetherView a Competitive Edge, CEO Michael Abboud Says

TetherView, a custom private-cloud company that moved into the Oceanport section of the former Fort Monmouth in 2015, has introduced a new service to help companies continue operating after being hacked, software failures, laptop mishaps or natural disasters.   [While we take a much-needed break, we are rerunning our most popular posts. This was originally published in April 2018.]





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