Trenton, NJ - According to Tome Bergeron, "Macrocure, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company based in Israel, appears to be closer to moving its headquarters to New Jersey. The Economic Development Authority awarded Grow NJ tax credits for up to $3.2 million over 10 years for Macrocure to establish its North American headquarters at the EDA’s Technology Centre of New Jersey in North Brunswick. The EDA previously had approved a 10-year, three-month lease at the Centre.
NJEDA August Board Meeting Highlights Array of State Support for Technology and Life Sciences Sector
Trenton, NJ - Continuing the state’s commitment to supporting the growth of the technology and life sciences industries, which are targeted for growth under the Economic Opportunity Act (EOA), the Board of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) today took action to approve Grow New Jersey (Grow NJ) tax credits for two Middlesex County projects.
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.
Wheaton to Commercialize Breakthrough Technology Providing Plastic Components with Pure Glass Interiors
Millville, NJ - According to New Jersey Business magazine, "WHEATON® announced that it will begin offering an innovative, breakthrough technology that allows for the manufacture of plastic exterior components with complete interior coverage of pure glass. The broad range of products envisioned from the application of this technology will provide numerous benefits to its clinical science customers. Attendees of the 2015 AACC Clinical Lab Expo, July 26-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, are invited to visit WHEATON® at Booth 3615 to learn more about this innovative technology."
NJ Resources Support Serial Entrepreneur David Fischell’s Mission to Create Life-Saving Medical Devices
Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) continues its series highlighting how entrepreneurs and investors are helping to build New Jersey’s technology ecosystem. Serial entrepreneur Dr. David Fischell, of Fair Haven, has founded and led more than a dozen medical device companies to success in the last 20 years. To Fischell, developing medical devices is a family affair. David, along with his father Dr. Robert Fischell, a physicist, and his brother Dr. Tim Fischell, a cardiologist, started New Providence-based Svelte Medical Systems in 2007.
Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) continues its series highlighting how entrepreneurs and investors are helping to build New Jersey’s technology ecosystem: In 1999, scientist-turned-entrepreneur Navneet Puri earned his PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Rutgers University and went on to found InnoPharma, Inc. in Piscataway just a few years later. The research and development pharmaceutical company, focused on developing complex generic and innovative specialty products in injectable and ophthalmic dosage forms, was ultimately acquired by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer last year. Under Puri’s leadership, InnoPharma had more than 30 products in various stages of development, including 10 generic products that had received Food and Drug Administration approval.
Trenton, NJ – In this month’s edition of the New Jersey Business magazine, Anthony Birritteri, Editor-in-Chief features the New Jersey’s Partnership for Action (PFA), headed by the Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. He discusses and interviews the leaders of the state’s public-private approach to economic development and the springboard for all initiatives, policies and efforts related to growing New Jersey’s economy and creating quality, sustainable jobs.
Trenton, NJ - The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) today continues its series highlighting how entrepreneurs and investors are helping to build New Jersey’s technology ecosystem. With a career spanning more than 30 years, John Bailye, of Far Hills, has been involved with dozens of startup companies, venture funds and entrepreneurial endeavors. Of his notable accomplishments in New Jersey is Dendrite International.
Trenton, NJ - Joined by state, federal, and local officials, Acting Governor Kim Guadagno, chair of the New Jersey Military Installation Growth and Development Task Force (Task Force), released the Task Force’s final report and includes STEM education as well as innovation to growth the NJ sector.
Trenton, NJ - According to NJ Business magazine, "On June 30, the NJ Economic Development Authority (EDA) announced it is accepting applications for a second group of Executives-in-Residence at the Commercialization Center for Innovative Technologies (CCIT). The program, a joint effort organized by the EDA and BioNJ, links emerging biotechnology companies with experienced mentors to help take their businesses to the next level. Applications are open to New Jersey executives with experience in business development, health economics, regulation and other areas. More information can be found here.
Trenton, NJ - Continuing its commitment to providing resources to emerging New Jersey’s life sciences companies, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) has launched its inaugural group of Executives-in-Residence. These highly-qualified life sciences executives mentor and advise emerging technology companies at the Commercialization Center for Innovative Technologies (CCIT), the EDA’s life sciences incubator. The Executive-in-Residence program was created in collaboration with BioNJ.
Trenton, NJ - According to NJ Business Magazine, "Investors interested in startups and high-tech businesses should find out if they qualify for Angel Investor Tax Credits by the state. Check out the NJ Economic Development Authority website explaining the details of the program."
Trenton, NJ – According to New Jersey Business Magazine, “Actions taken by the Board of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) today under the Grow New Jersey Assistance Program (Grow NJ) include projects that support the attraction of businesses in the manufacturing industry that hold the promise of creating over 450 new jobs and leveraging the private investment of more than $26.2 million in New Jersey’s economy. Advanced under the New Jersey Economic Opportunity Act of 2013, Grow NJ is the state’s main job creation incentive program.”
Trenton, NJ - According to Melissa Orsen of the NJEDA, "
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