TechVoice Launches New TriState Chapter Calling for Policies to Support Growth and Job Creation

NEWARK, N.J., May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Technology executives met for a tech policy networking breakfast today, where the CompTIA joined with the New Jersey Technology Council, New York Technology Council and Connecticut Technology Council to announce the formation of a new Tri-State chapter of TechVoice.

The breakfast featured remarks from Newark Mayor Cory A. Booker and Robert Feldstein from New York Mayor Michael A. Bloomberg’s office. Their participation highlighted the TechVoice mission: to create and channel a powerful grassroots voice for the IT industry.

“The Tri-State Area is home to several of the fastest growing privately held technology companies in America, so it’s very timely for TechVoice to mobilize on policy issues that advance the industry,” said Elizabeth Hyman, vice president, public advocacy, CompTIA.

Booker, who recently launched the social media start-up #waywire, shared his vision for how social media and technology policy can rejuvenate politics and help achieve greater national dialogue.

Read the full article via The Wall Street Journal

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