Events

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Montclair Entrepreneurs has scheduled an event called Not Just for Techies, Wed. April 16, 6:15 to 8:30 Pm at Montclair State Universality, 1 Normal Ave, University Hall Conf. Center 7th floor, Montclair.  panel of experts will explore the intersection of languages, technology and entrepreneurship. The panelists are featured in "Tech in the City," a book about the local startup community, and will examine the vital role that humanities play in today’s international do-it-yourself economy by using Italy as a case study. RSVP here.

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The Montclair Tech and Media Startups are having a Geek Out Night. Sare your favorite apps and gadgets. iPhone or Android? Google Maps or Waze? Do you know Videolicous? Storify? Say Hi? Life 360?" The event will take place Thursday April 17, 7 PM at Schmitt Hall,311, Montclair State University. RSVP here.

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Hoboken tech enthusiasts are invited to the NJ Tech Breakfast Wednesday April 16, 8 AM to 10 AM at Panera Bread, 310 Washington Street, Hoboken NJ. RSVP here. NJ. RSVP here.

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The Princeton Tech Meetup April 17, 2014 meeting will feature Derek Lidow on the topic of Startup Leadership--how successful entrepreneurs turn their ideas into successful enterprises. The meeting will take place from 7 PM to 9 PM at the Friend Center, Princeton University, corner of Olden and Williams Street. RSVP here.

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The New Jersey Technology and Entrepreneurship Talent Network is hosting Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week April21-25. There are a number of events planned. Monday April 21, 1PM at NJIT Campus Center Atrium, Newark: Opening remarks by Harold J. Wirths, NJ Dept of Labor and Workforce Development and "The intersection of technology, entrepreneurship and today's economy" by Dennis Bone,director of the Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship. RSVP here.

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On Monday April 21, the Montclair Entrepreneurs group will be presenting Louis Schiff, author of Business Brilliant. if you missed him at the NJ Tech Meetup, now is your chance. Schiff will talk about "what's your number. How to prepare to Sell your business?" Montclair State University, 1 Normal Ave, University Hall Conf. Center 7th floor, Montclair. 6 PM to 8:30 PM RSVP here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week Event: Tuesday April 22 at 1 PM: The New Jersey Innovation Institutes will be launching at NJIT Newark. This is an industry facing "surrogate" to NJIT with a mission to address an industry led agenda for research, education and problem solving. Sen. Cory Booker to present along with  Panasonic chairman and CEO Joseph Taylor. RSVP here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week Event: Tuesday April 22: In Lake Hiawatha, score volunteers will discuss the basics of entreprenership and their "weEntrepreneurs" program and how it is making cowroking spaces and resources at libraries available to aspiring entreprenerus. 7 PM, Lake Hiawatha Library, 68 Nokomis Ave, Lake Hiawatha. Register here.

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Be part of the launch of the New Jersey Big Data Alliance (a consortium of NJ’s institutions of higher education focused on addressing the challenges posed by the deluge of digital data.. i.e. “Big Data”) at the “Partners in Big Data: Pathways to Transformative Innovation in New Jersey” symposium to be held April 23rd 8: 15 to  5 PM at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Come network with industry, government and academic thought-leaders and learn about the latest opportunities and challenges in Big Data, workforce trends, and how to thrive in the “Big Data Era.”There is more information and registration here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week Event: Wednesday April 23, at JuiceTank in Somerset there will be a discussion on The Job Landscape in 2014, Trends in Hi-Tech Hiring, 6PM, 220 Davidson Ave, Somerset. Career coaches, HR professionals and tech companies will discuss trends in tech hiring. etc. RSVP here.

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NJ Tech Meetup and The Hatchery present HATCH MATCH 2014 an investor speed dating event. Hatch Match says: We've been bringing investors and entrepreneurs together for the last 5 years through Hatch Match. It's an easy way for meetings and companies to exchange. There's networking and access to a whole network at your choosing.Join us for an evening of facilitated networking with New York’s leading tech investors. Thursday April 24 from 5PM to 8:30 PM at the Howe Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, 8th and Hudson Streets, Hoboken. Register here.

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On April 24 at 3 PM , The NJTC will host a tour of the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, 1000 Stellarator road, Princeton NJ. thi is a world-class fusion energy research lab operated by the Department of Energy. No charge to NJTC members, but $30 for non members. Register here.

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Tigerlabs is presenting Digital Health Innovation in Context 2014, an all-day conference to be held at the Westin Forrestal Village in Princeton, Thursday April 24."As traditional business lines dry up, digital health and the lean startup movement are emerging as high growth packs to success. But innovation isn't easy. The conference will tackle the topic of digital innovation in health. RSVP here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week Event: Thursday, April 24. Workshop on Technology Business Startups will take place at The Enterprise Center, Burlington County College, 3331 Rt. 38, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054. The panel will discuss industry trends, public and private resources available to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Attendees can meet reps from the NJ Small Business Development Center at Rutgers, the Business incubators at Bulington County college and more. RSVP here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Week Event: Thursday April 24, the 2014 Innovation Conference: Counterfeiting - Protecting the Supply Chain will take place from 7:15–9:15 a.m., Lenfell Hall, Hennessy Hall (Mansion), Fairleigh Dickinson University's College at Florham, 285 Madison Avenue, Madison. RSVP here.

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Tech and Entrepreneurship Industry Event: The Second Annual New Jersey Business Incubation Network Awards Event will take place Friday April 25, 11 AM – 2PM., The Rutgers EcoComplex, 1200 Florence-Columbus Rd., Bordentown. The New Jersey Business Incubation Network will be recognizing emerging companies and entrepreneurs that are making contributions to New Jersey’s economic growth. Thomas Bracken, President and CEO of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, will speak. Winning companies will have display tables for guests to visit. Attendance is free but RSVP is required by April 18. To Register: http://bit.ly/14BINAwards

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Jersey Shore Tech Meetup is hosting Building Killer Websites with Drupal (Intro to Site Building) a workshop, Sat. April 26 from 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM, at Cowerks, 619 Lake Ave, Asbury Park, NJ. RSVP here.

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On April 29, the NJ chapter of 85 Broads will be presenting Career Insights from Women in Science,Technology, Entrepreneurship and more at the Montclair State University Student Center. "Hear about the value of networking from Ally McDonald, Global President of 85 Broads and a panel of successful women as they share key their stories success factors. $20 for 85 Broads members, non members $25. RSVP here.

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The Stevens Innovation Expo 2014 takes place Wednesday April 30, 2014, at the Stevens Campus, Hoboken, 8:30 Am to 4:30 PM. This is an annual,one-day campus wide event that displays the accomplishments fo both faculty and students. There will also be lectures by Provost of the University of Delaware, Dr. Domenico Grasso, about the “The Future of the American Research University” and a presentation by Stevens Board of Trustee Member Thomas H. Scholl,  featuring notable visiting entrepreneurs and executives who have started successful businesses or improved the financial performance of existing companies. Register here.

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Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Center for Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (CCIA) is pleased to announce its Second Annual Symposium on Cybersecurity & IA to be held on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 in Lenfell Hall, The Mansion of the Madison Campus. This year’s theme is Education and how academic institutions can partner to cultivate a strategic education pipeline. The forum will feature distinguished speakers offering a life-cycle spectrum of Cybersecurity & IA from primary through post-secondary education and beyond.Keynoting will be, Casey W. O’Brien, Director and Principal Investigator of the NSF-sponsored National CyberWatch Center. More information and register here.

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LOPSA-East is a regional sys admin conference in New Brunswick NJ, May 2-3, 2014.  Two days of training on a diverse range of topics plus community-selected talks on everything from DevOps to Time Management. Details available here. Register here.

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This year the Drew University Business Studies program is partnering with LaunchNJ (Formerly the Madison Tech Meetup) , an organization dedicated to helping build a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem in New Jersey, to explore the state of starting up in the Garden State. LaunchNJ mini-conference on Saturday May 3, 2014will run with Drew's Business Leadership Conference and will feature panels and a startup pitch competition. Keynoting will be Justin Marcucci of Nickelfish, an interactive digital agency. For more information and to RSVP, see this website.

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TEDxNavesink 2014 will take place May 10 at Two River Theater in Red Bank. The theme will be At Play, and there will be plenty of tech-related discussion. "Don't be fooled by the title, we're not talking about kids here. Play as we're looking at it, isn't for children. We want to know how play sparks innovation." Buy tickets here.

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The NJ News Commons and Hack Jersey are proud to present an Open Data NJ summit on May 15, 2014, to get journalists, watchdogs, citizens activists and government officials to work together to make data about the state universally accessible. The meeting will take place at Montclair State University, University Hall Room 1070. Registration is free. Sign up here

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The First Town Hall meeting of the Launch NJ Life Sciences Hub will meet 6PM Monday May 19 at the Morris County Library in Whippany. The inaugural meeting will help flesh out the goals and needs of the group. RSVP here.

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The NJTC FinTech Conference will take place June 3, 2014 at Harborside, Jersey City. The theme will be a tale of two perspectives, Wall Street and Main street. Fintech companies apply tech innovation to financial services and products and the industry is growing in the region. Register here. members, $125, non-members $250.

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On June 25, 2 PM to 7 PM, the New Jersey Tech Council will present its Mobile Apps Forum at the Friend Center at Princeton University, corner of Williams and Olden, Princeton. Says NJTC: Building applications for wireless, mobile Internet and broadband services is one of the most exciting areas of development in the technology arena. The New Jersey Technology Council looks to foster this innovation in the region so developers, entrepreneurs, market leaders and investors, can come together to discuss strategic direction, showcase and share their ideas and connect with resources and partners. We will present some of the best applications in development in the US.
Click here to access the Call for Submissions for the Mobile Apps Forum.
Click here to access the Call for Submissions for the Student Category (High School or Undergraduate). RSVP here.




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