Startup Roundup: AeroFarms, Jersey Entrepreneurial Moms, TaxDrop

New Jersey agricultural startup AeroFarms (Newark), which has a vertical farming operation, is using a connected food safety system from Dell and VMware (Palo Alto, Calif.) to track the “growth story” of its products from seed to package. Jersey Entrepreneurial Moms (Hazlet) is a network of New Jersey moms who own their own businesses. This newly launched website features a business directory, blog, event calendar, merchandise and membership in exclusive Facebook groups.


Verizon Makes Case for Small Cells as Building Blocks to 5G at Demonstration in Warren

Last week, Verizon hosted the press and a number of government officials at a demonstration of 5G capabilities in Warren. The company’s goal was to increase awareness of the need to bring 4G small cells to towns around New Jersey in order to lay the groundwork for 5G.


Jarrett Bauer Talks about Hoboken-Based Startup Health Recovery Solutions at NJ Tech Council Meeting

When Jarrett  Bauer was in college, his grandmother — who had recently been in the hospital — needed to be readmitted rather quickly. That started Bauer thinking about hospital readmissions and why they happen. Later, Bauer looked at the Affordable Care Act and thought it might present an opportunity for him. Bauer is the cofounder and CEO of Health Recovery Solutions (Hoboken).


At the NJBIA 2017 Summit, a Look at How Innovation Gets Done, Part 2

At the end of September, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (Trenton) held its Innovation Summit, which featured four speakers who gave the audience glimpses into their work. In Part 2, we cover Andrew L. Pecora, president of physician enterprise and chief innovations officer at Hackensack Meridian Health (Edison), and Stephen Sichak Jr., executive vice president, integrated supply chain, at Becton, Dickinson and Company(Franklin Lakes).


At the NJBIA Summit, a Look at How Innovation Gets Done, Part 1

At the end of September, the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (Trenton) held its Innovation Summit, which featured four speakers who gave the audience glimpses into their work. In Part 1, we cover Ramarao Garikapati, director of the Anheuser-Busch InBev TechNWK Incubator, and Col. James E. Martin Jr., Commander of Army Support Activity at Fort Dix and Deputy Commander at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.





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