NJII is currently recruiting for the program. Applications are due on July 31.
“This is another great example of how business and academia can work together to support young tech companies,” explained Tyler Seville, NJBIA’s executive director for the Innovation New Jersey Coalition. “It is the small businesses in the state that are true innovators and when they succeed, the entire industry benefits.” NJII is a New Jersey Institute of Technology corporation.
The program runs twice each year and consists of strategic networking, executive coaching during six biweekly roundtable sessions, exclusive events, access to key health care executives, and other business support. To date, 24 companies from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts have participated, with products focused on mobile apps, data analytics, retail health, electronic health records (EHR) system support, and health care services. Businesses are not asked to relocate for the program.