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The Connecticut Technology Council

The Connecticut Technology Council is the only statewide trade association exclusively focused on technology and technology-oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership, guidance, and support in areas of policy advocacy, community building, and assistance for growing companies.

Our Strategic Initiatives

Talent & Workforce

Strengthening Connecticut's Tech-Talent Pipeline

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Growth & Emerging Companies

Ensuring Connecticut's Startup and Scaleup Organizations are Supported at Every Stage

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IT & Infrastructure

Supporting and Advocating for the Best in IT Resources and Infrastructure Development in Connecticut

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Public Policy & Advocacy

Acting as the unifying voice of Connecticut's technology ecosystem - locally, regionally, and nationally

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Recent Updates from The Connecticut Technology Council

CTCs Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

Gubernatorial Candidate Forum...

Democractic candidate Ned Lamont used our Gubernatorial Candidate Forum to put space between him and Malloy NBC Connecticut covered our Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on Wednesday, June 13. Watch their coverage below on Lamont's positions and how he is making some waves to the left of the political spectrum. ...

CTCs Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

Four Gubernatorial Candidates...

Two of the state's gubernatorial candidates drew on their business backgrounds at the Connecticut Technology Council's candidate forums Wednesday. Source: Four Gubernatorial Candidates Pitch Their Business Plans To Tech Leaders...

Tax plans detailed at candidat...

TRUMBULL - The three leading Republican gubernatorial hopefuls bickered over their fiscal philosophies on Wednesday, illustrating their differences on Connecticut's budget priorities before more than 100 high-tech business leaders. Steve Obsitnik, a Westport tech entrepreneur, held fast to his plan to create 300,000 new jobs in eight years during the event, sponsored by the Connecticut Technology Council. Party-endorsed candidate Mark Boughton, the Danbury mayor, continued...

June 26 Tech CEO Forum Panel A...

The Connecticut Technology Council's June 26 Tech CEO Forum Panel has been solidified. The Forum, open exclusively to the CEOs, COOs, and Presidents of tech and tech-enabled companies in Connecticut and neighboring states, will focus on the finer aspects of the acquisition process.This event will cover the ins and outs of factors to consider during the acquisition process, whether you are acquiring a company or your...

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