At the Jersey City Tech Meetup, Owners of MAINGEAR and InCharged Talk Hardware
The Jersey City Tech Meetup event on February 15 featured a “fireside chat” with Wallace Santos, cofounder and CEO of MAINGEAR (Kenilworth), and Jessica Gonzalez, founder and CEO of InCharged (Union). Heather Waibel, founder of the Jersey City startup Welnys, moderated the discussion, with Daniel Sullivan, events and outreach coordinator of the New Jersey Tech Council, handling the audience Q&A session. Waibel and Sullivan organized the event.
Yiblab’s Sawhney Talks about Cutting-Edge Digital Marketing at Startup Grind Princeton
Marketing has made great strides in recent years, as companies have integrated the latest marketing technologies to help them achieve the best possible results in selling products and services in today’s digital economy.
That was the message from marketing expert and entrepreneur Jasmeet Sawhney, who was the featured speaker at the Startup Grind Princeton event on February 16 at the Tigerlabs coworking and entrepreneurship center, in Princeton.
More Money Available for Funding Than Ever Before, Panelists Say at NJ Tech Council Event
At this year’s New Jersey Tech Council Innovation Forecast event, on February 23, investors discussed the current fund-raising environment, and concluded that times were good for those seeking investment.
Fair Haven Online Startup Endeavor Plus Brings Self-Insured Health Care Plans to Small and Medium Sized Businesses
Pat Dileo, founder and CEO of Endeavor Plus, launched this Fair Haven-based tech-enabled startup in the fourth quarter of 2016. Merging his background in healthcare and finance, Dileo developed a new healthcare insurance product that provides self-funded healthcare to small and medium-sized (at least 20 employees) companies.
NJEN Panelists Address Startup Pain Point: Creating and Using Boards
For startup founders, there are a host of questions regarding boards: What do they do? How should I use them? How can I find the right people? Will the board members take equity? So, last week the New Jersey Entrepreneurial Network put together a panel of experts to answer those questions.