Sponsored Post: Issuer, Beware! The SEC (and Others) Are Carefully Watching ICOs
With the advent of blockchain technologies and related service companies, many startups are employing or examining a new way to raise capital: initial coin offerings (ICOs). Many of these ICOs are being conducted outside the scope of securities laws and regulations, relying on the presumption that the instruments being offered (referred to alternatively as coins or tokens) are not securities and, therefore, are not subject to the regulatory requirements applicable to securities offerings.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: How (and Why) to Begin a Social Advertising Campaign
You’ve spent time and resources creating newsletters, case studies, videos, etc. but how can you spread these to more people in order to get yourself more exposure? Social media is a great tool for doing this.
At the Intersection of Healthcare and Technology, Artificial Intelligence Rules
At last week’s Women in Tech NJ & NY and NJIT’s Tech Talk, titled “The Intersection of HealthCare and Technology,” there was some scintillating conversation about AI, robotics and big data, among other healthcare-related topics.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: How To Source Great Content for Your Newsletter, Social Posting and more
In my NJ Tech Weekly article, Portray Your Thought Leadership With a Data Sheet, I discuss using a consistent email data sheet/newsletter to showcase your expertise as a technology organization. Today, we’re talking content: how to fill your newsletter and social posts with timely, interesting information that your readers really want.
Restore funding to turbocharge N.J.'s research and development | Opinion
One need only to look at the top performers in the S&P 500 -- Amazon, Apple, Google parent Alphabet and Facebook -- to confirm an indisputable fact about our modern economy: Technological innovation is the key driver of economic growth. Policymakers who ignore technology's disruptive impact on markets,…