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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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CCSU students compete in engin...

BRISTOL -- Central Connecticut State University students competed in an engineering competition that was a part of the 2017 College Tech Challenge Final & Hiring Fair held at the DoubleTree Thursday afternoon. Skilled computer science and engineering students from colleges and universities around the state gathered for the competition that “was designed to elevate really talented technology students and connect them with local companies,” said Courtney...

ScaleUp CT Keynote Presentatio...

The inaugural ScaleUp CT on November 2 at the Omni Hotel in New Haven was a resounding success! We'll post a recap soon, but couldn't wait to share Steve's great insights (of course, he's Canadian so there's a hockey metaphor!) and actionable support of scaling businesses in CT from his ScaleUp CT Keynote Presentation. Covering how Communitech is changing Waterloo-Kitchener, what Connecticut can do to...

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Scaling Up in CT

Listen now to CTC's CEO Bruce Carlson on MetroHartford Alliance's podcast Pulse of the Region as they cover businesses scaling up in CT Bruce is joined by Michael Cantor of Cantor Colburn, LLP and Lalitha Shivaswamy, Founder of Helios Management Corp., experts in both the business climate of Connecticut and growing and aiding companies as they stretch their legs in our state! The trio spoke with...

Broadband Office Faces Possibl...

CTC President and CEO Bruce Carlson weighs in on potential elimination of Office of State Broadband. “Connecticut has more fiber in it than any other place that one could think of. The question really is access to that fiber -- and that's a cost question,” said Carlson. “We have a number of companies, in particular small tech companies that simply have not been able to access the...

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