Tech Company Execs Learn How to Sell to the Enterprise at All Things Marketing Meeting

At the last All Things Marketing meeting, held in February at the now-closed JuiceTank Innovation Lab (Somerset), organizer Zion Kim assembled a group of folks, mostly from tech companies and startups, who wanted to learn something about “selling to the enterprise.”


Company Roundup: iPredictus, Arkados, Ocean Power Technologies and Princeton Identity

i.Predictus (Cedar Knolls), a division of Marketsmith, recently launched “Jules,” a predictive analytics tool; Arkados Group (Newark), a software developer and system integrator, enabling internet-of-things (IoT) applications, acquired SolBright Renewable Energy, a renewable energy design and development company; Ocean Power Technologies has selected Monroe for its new corporate headquarters and manufacturing center; Princeton Identity (Hamilton)announced its patented iris recognition technology is now featured in the Samsung Galaxy S8.


Scarlet Startups Hears About the Secrets of Raising Venture Capital from Richard Harris

Speaking to a standing-room-only crowd that included students and tech community members at the Scarlet Startups meeting last week, Richard Harris, cofounder and CEO of Intent Media (New York and London), offered advice and a wry take on the venture capital scene.


State-Wide Coding for Community Competition Announces Winners

The winners were announced for the first ever Coding for Community competition, which was organized by Sustainable Jersey, a nonprofit organization that provides tools, training and financial incentives for communities pursuing environmental sustainability programs.  The organization had kicked off this statewide competition back in January at NJIT, in Newark. The final presentations were made and judged on March 31 at The College of New Jersey (Ewing).


New Jersey Employs More Than 200,000 People in Its Tech Sector

New Jersey employs more than 200,000 people in the tech industry and has more than 16,000 tech business establishments. The average wage in the tech industry is $121,075. Tech employment is 5.5 percent of the workforce. According to CompTIA, N.J. these wages are 94 percent higher than the average wage for the state.





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