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.
Mount Laurel, NJ - The NJ Tech Council 2015 CFO Awards Breakfast was recently held at the Forsgate Country Club in Monroe. Four awards were given by the Tech Council, a trade organization in the region supporting technology companies.
Mount Laurel, NJ - According to James Barrood of the NJ Tech Council, Founded in 1996, the NJTC is a private, not-for-profit membership organization. It is among the largest and most respected trade associations of its kind nationwide, with a mission of providing education, networking, resources, recognition and advocacy for the state and region’s tech businesses."
Lakewood, NJ - According to Michael Diamond, "Faced with a shortage of workers with science and math skills, New Jersey should embrace policies that make it easier for women and immigrants to thrive in the workplace, the leader of the state's technology trade group said Friday."
Mount Laurel, NJ - The New Jersey Tech Council is looking for top financial professionals for their Tech Council CFO Awards in four categories: CFO of the Year, Deal of the Year, Financier of the Year and Hall of Fame Award. Take this opportunity to recognize a CFO or Investor who has made an impact in your company’s success or that of a colleague or client.
Woodbridge, NJ - Michael Diamond covered a great article regarding the high tech start up scene in New Jersey. "How does New Jersey ensure a fair share of that innovation happens here? Investor John Ason, a Westfield resident, said it isn't easy. New Jersey doesn't have a central hub like New York City that attracts investors, entrepreneurs and talented investors in a tight-knit cluster. But he networked at the New Jersey Technology Council event, keeping his eyes open."
Mount Laurel, NJ - The New Jersey Tech Council (NJTC) provides business support, networking opportunities, education, advocacy, and recognition of tech and life science companies and their leaders. Founded in 1996, the Council’s member companies work together to support their own enterprises while advancing the state and region’s status as a leading technology hub worldwide. Today, they are asking individuals within the technology community to take a survey to see how they can help better serve them.
Mt Laurel, NJ - New Jersey Tech Council CEO and President James Barrood as well as at least a half-dozen top business leaders will be headed to Cuba in April. “We’re on a mission to build relationships and build business connections,” Barrood said “This is a trip to help the business of New Jersey,” he said. “Plain and simple.”
Iselin, NJ, December 1, 2014 – Last month, the New Jersey Tech Council hosted their annual NJTC Awards Celebration, honoring New Jersey based tech leaders and companies for their innovative accomplishments, partnerships and collaborations.
According to the New Jersey Business Magazine, “The 2014 NJTC Awards Celebration, held on November 20, 2014 at the Renaissance Woodbridge, Iselin, honored New Jersey technology companies and their leaders for their business accomplishments in technological collaboration, partnership and innovation. The Celebration was a high energy evening with more than 500 attendees from the region.”
“Maxine Ballen, founder, NJTC was presented with the newly renamed Ballen-Martinson Technology Supporter award. In her acceptance speech, she thanked those who encouraged and supported her in forming the trade association and who have helped grow the organization over the past 19 years. Ms. Ballen also introduced the new President and CEO, James Barrood, who will lead NJTC 2.0.”
The 2014 Gala winners included:
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