LISTEN: The Talk of CT Interviewed CTC CEO Bruce Carlson and Women of Innovation Large Business Leadership and Innovation Award Winner, Medtronic’s Jackie Jones

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LISTEN: The Talk of CT Interviewed CTC CEO Bruce Carlson and Women of Innovation Large Business Leadership and Innovation Award Winner, Medtronic’s Jackie Jones

Connecticut pays tribute to Women of Innovation. In this interview, Bruce Carlson, of the Connecticut Technology Council & Jackie Jones, Source: The Talk of Connecticut

Bruce Carlson: If I Knew Then | Crain’s

The Mistake: My mind was geared toward the big bang as the key thing in economic development. When I was working for various governors [in the state Office of Policy and Management] I was involved in some big negotiations with sports teams and projects. Those things make headlines, but what about when the headlines stop? Are they the sustainers of the economy? I’ve become much more [...]

The Connecticut Technology Council Announces Winners of the 13th Annual Women of Innovation Awards

HARTFORD, CT (March 29, 2017) – Fifty women from across Connecticut were honored for their innovation and leadership during the thirteenth annual Connecticut Technology Council Women of Innovation® Awards Ceremony on March 29th at the Aqua Turf Club in Southington. The awards program recognized women innovators, role models and leaders in science and technology professions, including outstanding young women at the high school and collegiate level [...]

There is No Stemming These Women’s Tech Chops

Connecticut Technology Council Announces the 2017 Women of Innovation® Finalists and Awards Gala. HARTFORD:  The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC)  announced the 50 Women of Innovation finalists for its 2017 Women of Innovation awards program. The finalists  are scientists, researchers, academics, manufacturers, student leaders, drafters, entrepreneurs, and technicians from Connecticut’s business, academic and technology community.  There are eight categories [see below] and the finalists will be [...]

Murphy hopes to re-ignite interest in HALOS

U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, D-Conn., is hoping the third time is the charm for a piece of legislation he is re-introducing to help attract more investors for start-up companies. Source: Murphy hopes to re-ignite interest in HALOS

Connecticut Technology Council Announces the 2017 Women of Innovation® Finalists

Women innovators and leaders to be honored March 29 HARTFORD, CT (Feb 27, 2017) – The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) is pleased to announce the 50 women who have been selected as Women of Innovation finalists for the 2017 Women of Innovation awards program. The Women of Innovation® program seeks to celebrate and create a growing network of women in the “trenches” of STEM. Finalists [...]

Connecticut Must Press For Best Broadband

Bruce Carlson, CTC President & CEO, in response to the 2/7 Broadband article in Saturday’s Courant, penned this letter the editor: Must Press For Best Broadband Regarding the Feb. 7 Page 1 story “Broadband Lacks Broad Reach: Businesses A Focus Of Debate On Access”: Thanks to the hard work of our broadband providers, Connecticut is an enviably wired state. However, because other states’ IT investments will [...]

Keep Your Eye on CTC Board Member Austin McChord

Austin McChord, CTC Board Member and CEO and Founder of member company Datto, Inc. continues to make headlines. The sub 30 year old tech “mastermind,” has giants in the data backup industry scratching their heads – where did this Norwalk-based company come from and what will stand in its way? Check out this segment on Squawk Box – Austin talks a little bit about his [...]

Mining Connecticut’s Patented Tech Gems

East Hartford’s IP Factory is identifying Connecticut’s undeveloped but viable patented technologies with the potential to add jobs and boost the state’s economy, and putting them to work. In a recent Hartford Business Journal article by Matt Pilon, IP Factory’s CEO Chris Kalish confirmed his conviction that Connecticut has a number of patented technologies waiting to be discovered; projects that are often shelved for budgetary reasons, [...]