Opinion: The “Price” is Right for the NJ Tech Scene. Or Is It the Other Way Around?
It was a nice sunny morning on May 20, 2016, when a twenty-something woman from Brooklyn asked a question. She wanted to know how she could protect her designs — 3D-printed headpieces similar to the Statue of Liberty that are able to fold so that they can be carried onto a plane. They were for the Burning Man Festival, in the Nevada desert, where people would wear them in various stages of undress and intoxication.This question was asked of Elizabeth Gearhart, of Gearhart Law, a patent law firm in Summit. Elizabeth had a booth at one of the most unique technology gatherings I have ever been to, the Propeller festival.
Opinion: Driving Innovation at the State Level
When we think of new regulations coming from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding, or new drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), we often consider how much influence the federal government has in driving (or stifling) innovation. However, when it comes to science and technology policy, it does not have to start and end with the federal government. In fact, states such as New Jersey have a unique opportunity to drive innovation policy.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Using your Email Digital Signature to Brand Yourself and Your Organization
Are you or your company members missing out on one of the most critical components of your brand? Time to make a more robust, meaningful email reply signature using the power of your other digital contact information. Using your email/mobile device signature to give your full online credentials, contact information and even logo can be a powerful tool for an organization.
Opinion: Waterfront Ventures Conference Just First Step in Emerging Camden Tech Startup Scene
When you Google “Camden, New Jersey,” a lot of words and phrases pop up, such as “America’s most dangerous city,” “one of America’s poorest cities” and, simply, “crime.” The other hits you get are even worse. So when a Camden-based nonprofit called “Waterfront Ventures” decided to host a startup conference to raise awareness of the Camden Waterfront among entrepreneurs and other businesspeople, it had no idea that it would receive such a big response.
Opinion: Bell Works “Shores Up” Tenants for Potential Resurgence of Tech Innovation Hub in Holmdel
With companies like WorkWave and possibly iCIMS relocating to Bell Works, we have the possibility that there will be a real, viable New Jersey tech hub in Holmdel.