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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

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Connecticut Technology Council...

Nomination Deadline EXTENDED: February 2, 2018 (HARTFORD, Conn., January 17, 2018) – The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) is actively seeking nominees for its 2018 Women of Innovation® awards, the only annual program in the state that recognizes local women for excellence at all levels of STEM fields. The program, now in its fourteenth year, will also honor high school and college students for their studies, research...

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CTC’s 2018 Public Policy...

Initial results show strong need for talent support, and equally strong love for Connecticut's lifestyle In late December 2017, we asked everyone on our mailing list (sign up!) to partake in our 2018 Public Policy survey, an audit of our stakeholders' opinions designed to help shape the way the Connecticut Technology Council prioritizes and addresses some of the most pressing issues facing the tech community in...

Dan Haar: Six deals made 2017...

It was a light moment at the Connecticut Technology Council board meeting in October when Bruce Carlson, the group's CEO, quipped the fastest way to sell a company with favorable terms was to join the council's board. It was that kind of year in 2017 for the tech sector in a state economy otherwise starved for good news. At least six big sales closed for...

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College Tech Challenge Coding...

Michael Solati and Robert Crowdis, also known as Team 100 Pop Tarts, sat down with Fox61's Erika Arias to discuss the College Tech Challenge, their coding success, and what the program (and cold hard cash prize) has meant for them. Check it out!  ...

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