Lessons Learned from Lehigh Valley Startup Weekend! It May Have Changed the Direction of My Life
NJTechWeekly.com presents an opinion post from Colleen LaRose, a Holland Township, N.J.- based would-be startup entrepreneur with experience in workforce development. LaRose, who started the North East Regional Employment and Training Association group on LinkedIn, decided to try a Startup Weekend. She wasn’t sure what to expect. What she received was a valuable experience and perhaps the key to start a new business.
Entrepreneurs Can Learn Lessons From Those with Successful Exits: UBS
In this sponsored post, Daniel Barrett of UBS Financial Services discusses an event that focused on entrepreneurs who have been through the process of buying and selling a company.
Tech Companies Should Offer Benefits Early in Their Life Cycles
In this sponsored post, Greg Colen of Ultimate Benefits LLC tells tech startups to consider offering benefits early in their life cycles.
Kudos to NJ Tech Companies who Encourage STEM Education
NJTechWeekly.com is encouraging the continued involvement of N.J. tech companies in STEM education initiatives. We've covered some great efforts including robotics competitions, internship opportunities, Governor's School involvement and other activities by NJ companies. Now AT&T has donated $250,000 to develop a programming curriculum at a Newark school that can be replicated throughout the nation.
Tech Companies: Time for More Entrepreneurial Training: Rutgers and GNEC
If you’ve been thinking about getting entrepreneurial training, now is the time to take advantage of some great opportunities, NJTechWeekly.com believes. Several programs will be getting underway shortly and are still accepting participants.