Connecticut Technology Council Honors Governor Dannel Malloy with Innovation Policy Leadership Award at Annual Meeting Presents Alexion Pharmaceuticals with 2013 Innovation Excellence Award EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (December 5, 2013) The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) presented its annual Innovation Excellence Award to member company Alexion Pharmaceuticals last night at its Annual Meeting and Holiday Party at Fairfield University. Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a public company, is a global [...]
Nothing is as exciting to us as seeing one of our members, award winners, and former Tech Companies to Watch growing and improving. Progress and innovation from the technology sphere in Connecticut is the driving force behind everything we do. In keeping with that spirit, check out Mara Lee’s article in the Hartford Courant below: BOLTON — The most promising new green technology company in [...]
After a particularly strong and eager pool of applicants came our way, we have finally narrowed down to the most promising tech startups and emerging growth companies in the state. Below is the official release to be distributed to the press. Congratulations to all companies and teams selected, and we wish you tremendous success. Thank you for your contribution to Connecticut’s Innovation Ecosystem. Tech Companies [...]
With the state lagging behind in job recovery, Connecticut officials in the months following the 2008 recession weren’t bullish on the state’s entrepreneurial prospects. Urged by business groups like the Connecticut Technology Council and Connecticut Innovations, which needed only to look north or south to start-up hotbeds like Cambridge or New York City, policymakers decided the state needed a new approach to develop an innovation [...]
After a restructuring and reorganizing endeavor, CCAT is ready to offer an an additional 2,500 square feet of office and work space on Pitkin Street. Their press release outlined a plan to add 10 more offices to the more than 30 it boasts now.
CTC President and CEO Matthew Nemerson was recently quoted in an article by Andy Smith in the Providence Journal regarding the state of the Tech industry in Rhode Island, and specifically in Providence.
NEWARK, N.J., May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Technology executives met for a tech policy networking breakfast today, where the CompTIA joined with the New Jersey Technology Council, New York Technology Council and Connecticut Technology Council to announce the formation of a new Tri-State chapter of TechVoice.
Matthew Nemerson, a leader in Connecticut’s technology industry and economic development will continue at the Council on a part-time basis as he runs for Mayor of New Haven. Nemerson will continue to supervise the management of the CTC, with day-to-day responsibilities for running the organization left to senior staff. He will continue to be actively involved in advising the other organizations under CTC’s management, Crossroads [...]
Updates and information on Matthew Nemerson's New Haven mayoral campaign from Paul Bass' article in the New Haven Independent.
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The House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill that…