Seventy-Five Tech Companies to Watch Chosen for Summit Will pitch and display before Angel and VC investors at Sixth Annual event Half day of activities takes place November 1 at the Omni Hotel, New Haven HARTFORD, Conn. (October 23, 2012) – The Connecticut Technology Council has selected 75 Tech Companies to Watch to participate in the sixth annual Innovation Summit, presenting to the public these relatively unknown early stage Connecticut firms with great potential to be fa
Startup America is the White House initiative to celebrate, inspire, and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the nation. Read more on the White House Blog Post Great links noted below from that blog. Small world…. Startup America’s CEO, Scott Case, will be in Connecticut May 25th headlining a public event CTC is supporting: CVG’s Connecting Opportunities: Driving Innovation through University Resources For Entrepreneurs Platform to submit ideas for reducing bar
Zadspace, Inc., a cutting edge advertising software company, announced that it has closed financing and is relocating from California to Norwalk, Connecticut, which is a hub of the direct marketing community. Zadspace's proprietary software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based platform will enable client advertisers to more effectively target qualified prospects in an exclusive and uncluttered environment. Zadspace’s retail partners earn revenue on each labeled package shipped. Zadspace
The Connecticut Technology Council has named the Tech Companies to Watch, Class of 2010. Emerging Companies to be presented and honored for their potential and innovation on September 30, 2010. The Connecticut Technology Council has selected approx. 100 companies as the 2010 class of “ Tech Companies to Watch.” These start-up technology companies are from all technology verticals and represent an especially wide variety of software companies, some promising new green tech i
I wanted to share information about the Women's Leadership Summit – happening next week, run by Dr. Michelle Stronz, at St. Joseph's College. Joy Wulke, Founder and Creative Director, Projects for a New Millennium and Honora Kenney, CT Invention Convention, both CT Women of Innovation are featured presenters during this one day program. Who Should attend:
Entrepreneurs, health care professionals, community leaders, artists & high potential managers from private, public and
Conference officials are expecting 1000 attendees, including large companies, federal agencies and national laboratories. Are you going? CTC will be exhibiting at booth #207 – Looking forward to networking with our CT Tech Community! Register online at: www.sbirnational.com
Hartford, Connecticut, April 21-23.
(Pre-conference workshops: April 20. $395 for 3 Days (Includes Meals) until the beginning of April
$495 beginning April 2, 2010 — and at the door.
This event will offer