Opinion: Strengthening the New Jersey Tech Entrepreneurial Ecosystem – Together
[ At the end of 2015, NJTechWeekly.com published two stories about what’s missing in the NJ Tech ecosystem. Subsequently, we also published the results of LaunchNJ’s survey on “Starting up in the Garden State.” In this opinion piece, Jim Barrood, President and CEO of the New Jersey Tech Council, talks about his take on these issues and what the Tech Council is doing to help the New Jersey technology entrepreneurial startup ecosystem.]
Creating and Maintaining Your Brand Identity
When it comes to building a powerful tech brand, one doesn’t have to look much further than the folks who brought us mixed-martial arts fighters beating the tar out of each other in steel cages.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Social Treasure, How To Assess and Organize Your Social Media Assets
It’s 2016 and probably safe to assume that most business professionals have some form of social media account for themselves or their business. Social media has long been established as not only a viable, but also a critical form of business communication—and it’s not going away any time soon. Let’s talk about some best practices as we move into the new year.
Opinion: 2015 Year in Review: Editor’s Picks for the Most Important NJ Tech Stories of 2015
Coworking spaces, a technology campus at Liberty Science Center, the emergence of Jet.com, Yashi's sale, the redevelopment of Bell Works and the resurgence of Newark and Jersey City tech make our list of the important NJ tech stories of 2015.
Why A 3D Printing Lab In A Business School? To Turn Entrepreneurs Into Designers
We completed the installation on the new MakerBot Innovation Center in the brand new School of Business at Montclair State University earlier this year. Typically you put a 3D Printing lab in an engineering school. However, Montclair State University does not have an engineering school and this is a story about entrepreneurship.