Urging Unemployed, Underemployed IT Workers, Veterans and Others to Attend Jobs 2.0 Workshop
The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT, Newark) and the UpSkill jobs network is presenting a Jobs 2.0 workshop Monday, Oct. 21, 2013 at 5 p.m., aimed at experienced IT workers who need to close or are closing the skills gap but are still having difficulty finding work. Other members of the Northern New Jersey tech community who are looking for jobs or considering changing jobs are invited, too. If you are between jobs or have been a victim of downsizing, we urge you to attend this event.
Put Yourselves on TheMapped.com, A Way to Visualize Burgeoning NJ Tech Community
The NJTechMeetup and some of its supporters have taken on a project called TheMapped.com, a way to visualize our burgeoning NJ Tech Community. NJTechWeekly.com asks you to go and put yourselves and your companies, incubators, accelerators and meetups on TheMapped.
GUEST OPINION: Hoboken’s Future Promise as a Hotbed of Business Start-Up Success
Take a look at an Opinion piece by long time Hoboken resident and business leader Ethan Chazin. Chazin essentially believes that Hoboken should do more so it can realize its potential as a world-class center of entrepreneurial business and tech startup activity. What do you think?
SPONSORED POST: Zoom In: How to Speed Up Sales by Narrowing Your Focus
In this Sponsored Post, Simon Hopkins of iBE.net shows tech startups how to find highly targeted, specific, granular channels to reach potential customers.
Sponsored Post: Ready or Not Healthcare Reform is Coming
There is much media attention currently about Federal healthcare reform, and since I’m a NJ small business benefits broker, I get many questions from confused startup companies about the Law and what it means to small business employees. Here I attempt to explain some aspects of the act.