Trenton, NJ - Put your scientists into a classroom geared towards leadership training. This fast-paced program turns science-minded managers into capable business leaders so they can fully leverage your company's human capital. From The Laboratory To Leadership was developed exclusively for managers who are involved in the research, development and commercialization of life sciences and medical device technologies.
Washington D.C. - One of ITIF’s most important roles is to develop actionable ideas that policymakers can trust to foster innovation, growth, and progress. This report provides a menu of such ideas for the 114th Congress. It is not intended to be a comprehensive analysis of all tech policy issues currently up for debate, but rather lays out a selection of new ideas for Congress and the administration to consider. It is organized by topic area—from innovation and competitiveness to trade and globalization—with short summaries of each idea and citations for additional details.
Serial Entrepreneur Kambhampati Cultivates Growth of NJ’s Emerging Technology Companies through Mentoring
Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) today continues its series highlighting how New Jersey investors and entrepreneurs are making a difference to the Garden State’s technology community. As an innovator, serial entrepreneur, investor and mentor, Krishnamurty “KK” Kambhampati, of Holmdel, has spent the last 25 years helping to shape New Jersey’s technology ecosystem.
Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority today continues its series highlighting how entrepreneurs and investors are helping to build the Garden State’s technology ecosystem. After decades building two technology companies, innovator and investor Derek Lidow, of Princeton, now devotes his time to coaching emerging entrepreneurs. A strong believer in the motto “anyone can start a business, but only leaders will succeed,” Lidow currently teaches budding entrepreneurs at Princeton University how to build successful enterprises. Having earned his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the New Jersey Ivy League school, Lidow is passionate about nurturing New Jersey’s technology ecosystem.
Washington D.C. - According to the Economist, "IN 1970 the United States recognised the potential of crop science by broadening the scope of patents in agriculture. Patents are supposed to reward inventiveness, so that should have galvanised progress. Yet, despite providing extra protection, that change and a further broadening of the regime in the 1980s led neither to more private research into wheat nor to an increase in yields. Overall, the productivity of American agriculture continued its gentle upward climb, much as it had before."
Summit, NJ - Carlos Abad, founder of LaunchNJ, offers some summer reading and shares his “why” for starting the nonprofit dedicated to accelerating the entrepreneurial ecosystem in NJ. Hoping to keep New Jersey Entrepreneurs in New Jersey, Carlos Abad and LaunchNJ have grown, but there is still much to do. In a recent email sent out to the LaunchNJ contact list, he offers some summer reading:
Secaucus, NJ - EY is pleased to announce the winners of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in New Jersey. The award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. The winners were selected by an independent panel of judges, and the award was presented at a special gala event at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick on June 25.
Philadelphia, PA – The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) released “Bioscience Economic Development in the States: Legislation and Job Creation Best Practices” today at the 2015 BIO International Convention. The Best Practices Guide is the bioscience industry’s leading comprehensive analysis of state legislative and regulatory initiatives in support of economic development.
Trenton, NJ - According to Melissa Orsen of the NJEDA, "
Princeton, NJ - According to Emily Aronson of Princeton University, "The Princeton Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee (PEAC) has issued a report recommending a broad set of initiatives to enhance entrepreneurship at the University in a way that builds on Princeton's commitments to liberal arts education, research and public service."
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