Casabona to Murphy: Revive State Commission on Science & Technology
My humble advice to you, Governor-Elect Murphy, is to either resurrect (according to your vision) the Commission on Science & Technology with redefined goals, OR create a new entity that reports directly to the governor’s office. In either case, it should provide guidance, feedback and direction regarding science and technology, and have the goal of encouraging/promoting the small business and tech startup community.
NJ TECH CORNER: inTEST Corporation
inTEST Corporation (NYSE American: INTT) designs and manufactures engineered solutions for ATE and other electronic test, as well as industrial process applications. The company’s products are used by semiconductor manufacturers to perform development, qualifying and final testing of integrated circuits (ICs) and wafers.
LaManna to Murphy: Invest in State-Funded Programs to Attract and Mentor Our Educated Population
Nearly one million New Jersey residents choose to work out of state so they can prosper in their careers. Why are we so complacent with our state’s top talent crossing state lines to perform elsewhere? And how can we offer more incentives for entrepreneurs to grow their companies in our home state? An open letter to Phil Murphy from Roy LaManna, founder and CEO of Vydia.
Gurevich To Murphy: Incentives Needed to Keep Growing Companies in NJ
In an open letter to Governor-Elect Murphy, Rita Gurevich of SPHERE Technology Solutions says, "With a focus on helping our stable companies that show a desire to stay and grow in New Jersey, we can reverse the unfortunate migration of companies out of the state. This will keep tax-paying citizens working and living here. This should be a major goal of the administration. Business owners like me could provide all the details and information on the management decision-making that will have an impact on New Jersey."
The 10 Top NJ Tech Weekly Posts of 2017
Each year NJ Tech Weekly assembles a list of the most popular articles we’ve published that year. Here is our 2017 list, measured by number of hits on the site