Tech Trends: Rita Gurevich’s Hoboken-based cybersecurity startup SPHERE scores $10M Series A investment

News came recently that SPHERE Technology Solutions, a woman-owned cybersecurity governance company in Hoboken, had secured $10 million in a Series A round led by ForgePoint Capital of San Mateo, California, a well-known venture...

Tech Trends: N.J. university entrepreneurship leaders give business guidance during downturn

A panel of New Jersey university entrepreneurship leaders gave advice to startups and small businesses on how to survive the challenges brought on by the pandemic. The group was brought together earlier this year...

Tech Trends: Panel sees chance for N.J. to capitalize on COVID-induced workplace trends

At a discussion titled “Keeping the Innovation State Growing” recently, the panelists agreed on one point: Work at tech and life science companies will look dramatically different in the years to come. This trend presents...

Tech Trends: Amp Your Good sees increase in online food drives during COVID, starts...

NJTechWeekly.com caught up with Patrick O’Neill, CEO of AMP Your Good, based in Mendham, which offers a platform that companies or organizations can use to develop online food drives. The company recently rebranded its...

Tech Trends: Students 2 Science scales virtual science lab to reach more N.J. students

If you represent a socioeconomically challenged, or “Title One,” school district in New Jersey, Students 2 Science, based in East Hanover, can help you deliver science instruction to your students — whether they are...

Tech Trends: Somerset-based WhizAI gets $4M to make business intelligence easy for pharma, life...

WhizAI, based in Somerset, has an artificial intelligence technology for the business end of the pharmaceutical and life science industries that some observers have described as “magical.” The company recently secured an additional $4 million...

Tech Trends: Newark-based Simphotek helps surgeons precisely target cancer through real-time digital visualization

Suppose there is a therapy in development that could treat your internal solid tumors and stimulate your immune system to significantly cut the risk of your cancer returning? What if this therapy, already in introductory...

Working together: Israeli-N.J. R&D collaborations receive cash support from BIRD Foundation

If you have a research & development project you’re trying to commercialize, and that could benefit from an addition of Israeli technology, there’s funding available for that. In fact, many New Jersey tech companies have...

Tech Trends: Board++ is solving problem of inclusion in tech startups’ leadership, Stengle says

Serial entrepreneur and Startup Grind Princeton Director David Stengle discussed his new startup, Board++, based in Princeton, at a recent virtual meeting of Startup Grind-NY Capital Region. Board++, which was launched at the end of...

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