Entrepreneurs who are capable of growing the innovation economy in New Jersey don’t always start in New Jersey. And that’s OK. At least, that’s the idea behind a pilot program approved Tuesday at the New Jersey Economic Development Authority meeting in Trenton. The program will provide $2.5 million that can be used to persuade young companies that have completed an accelerator program to take the next step and house their company in the state. That’s how Kathleen Coviello, executive vice president – technology, life science and entrepreneurship at the EDA, explains it. Please read more here.