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Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Tech Trends: JumpStart N.J. Angel Network set records in 2021. Stephen Dyer explains what...

In January, JumpStart New Jersey Angel Network, a longtime funder of early-stage startups in the mid-Atlantic region, announced that it had a record year of deal flow and membership growth in 2021. In fact, the...

Tech Trends: During Newark Tech Week, panel of diverse women discusses startup challenges

Newark Tech Week 2021, sponsored by Invest Newark and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, and presented by =SPACE, a coworking facility in Newark, took place recently. In one of the sessions, Loralyn Mears, founder...

Tech Trends: TCS to add 1,000 tech pros in N.J. Where will it find...

When Tata Consultancy Services, whose Edison Business Center serves more than 100 customers in New Jersey, announced that it would bring 1,000 more jobs here and increase its STEM investments in the state, NJTechWeekly.com...

Tech Trends: TiE N.J.’s Anjan Lahiri chats with Bhaskar Sambasivan, CEO of CitiusTech

A recent TiE New Jersey leadership chat addressed two pressing questions for seasoned entrepreneurs: How do some companies grow, and how does a new leader take over from an established founding leader? Along the...

Tech Trends: Andrea Goldsmith says Princeton engineering can spur ecosystem

During Princeton University’s Engage 2021 conference, Andrea Goldsmith, dean of engineering and applied science, shed some light on why she believes the Princeton area will lead New Jersey into becoming a hub for hard-tech...

Tech Trends: Mentors push you, are work therapists, are sounding boards and much more,...

Rita Gurevich, founder and CEO of SPHERE Technology Solutions, based in Hoboken, came to the Jersey Shore Women in Tech meetup recently to talk with the members about mentorship. She noted that, in many...

Tech Trends: TechUnited:NJ’s Startup Showdown shines light on marketing, ad-tech startups

TechUnited:New Jersey’s last Startup Showdown of 2021 featured three startups in the marketing and ad-tech spaces pitching to a panel of investor judges. The presenting startups were Paid Exposure, based in Toms River, which is...

Tech Trends: Intentionality on agenda at Princeton Entrepreneurship Council conference

Academic entrepreneurship while Black was in focus at the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council’s Empower 2021 conference recently. The conference, which was virtual, brought together Black faculty, graduate students, postdocs and other founders in deep tech and...

Tech Trends: Benefits of live networking roar to forefront at Propelify

The biggest tech story of the fall was the Propelify Innovation Festival, which took place Oct. 6 on the Hoboken waterfront overlooking New York. Not only was the event successful, with optimal weather, great speakers...

Tech Trends: Newark-based multicultural podcast producer, ABF Creative, leverages machine learning and AI

Serial entrepreneur and Newark startup activist Anthony Frasier has hitched his wagon to the skyrocketing podcasting industry. His podcast network is producing cutting-edge work that connects him to his roots and his community. Frasier knows...

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