"Celebrate Princeton Invention" Guests Speak with Innovators, Learn how University Promotes Entrepreneurship

A crowd of attendees filled Princeton University's historic Chancellor Green Rotunda on November 12 for the seventh annual "Celebrate Princeton Invention" reception. The event showcases student and faculty innovations with potential market value.

5 Key Pieces of Startup Advice from Author and Entrepreneur Derek Lidow

Author, entrepreneur, and Prin­ceton University professor Derek Lidow shared startup advice during an interactive webinar on October 21. The talk was hosted by Princeton-based NetElixir as part of their "Guest Expert Webinar Series."

Startup Roundup: Accreditrust, Fusar and Practice Unite

Check out this roundup art­icle on Ac­creditrust, Fusar and Prac­tice Unite
Photo: NJ Tech and Pharma companies on the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Photo Credit: Deloitte
NJ Tech and Pharma companies on the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 | Deloitte

New Jersey Tech and Pharma Companies on the 2015 Deloitte Technology Fast 500

Be­low we present the New Jer­sey com­pan­ies that made the Tech­no­logy Fast 500 list pub­lished by De­loitte Touche Tohmatsu, a professional services firm with headquarters in New York.

Sailthru Founder Neil Capel Talks Fundraising at NJ Tech Meetup

Sailthru founder and chairman Neil Capel first tasted entrepreneurship amidst piles of tomatoes, potatoes, melons and mangos. Before he developed the technical expertise to found his rising Web systems company, Capel learned best business practices from working at his father’s green grocery south of London.

Sponsored Post: New SEC Crowdfunding Rules: More Eligible Investors, Less Capital Formation Expense

A po­ten­tial overnight sen­sa­tion that was years in the mak­ing, the body of new SEC rules re­gard­ing equity crowd­fund­ing is in­ten­ded to greatly ex­pand the pool of people eli­gible to in­vest in fledgling com­pan­ies while markedly re­du­cing the costs of cap­it­al form­a­tion. From our vant­age point – rep­res­ent­ing hun­dreds of early-stage and emer­ging growth com­pan­ies as well as in­vestors look­ing to back the next big win­ner – we say “huzzah” and “it’s about time,” with equal parts op­tim­ism and cau­tion.

Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Using Social Media? Even MORE ways to get immediate value for your business

Last month, I offered three actionable ways you can use social media to “opportunize” engagement with customers, prospects and partners. Today, I will discuss three additional ways you can use social media to connect, build relationships and drive a deeper level of engagement.
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District and Charter School Students Come Together to Learn Coding

A Newark coding program has been bringing together children from a district school and a charter school every weekend this fall, with instructors from a local college, to teach Newark students important 21st Century technology skills.

Gadget developed by N.J. natives aims to get parents talking more to their kids

Two Jersey City natives are touring the nation in a bus trying to convince parents to spend more time talking to their children. Chris and Jon Boggiano are using the bus, which was parked outside of Liberty Science Center last week, to grab attention for a new gadget they developed that they hope…

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