Connecticut is gaining a reputation for its growing tech ecosystem in diverse areas including biomechanics, advanced materials, optics, alternative energy, drug development and manufacturing technology.
What’s behind this? Strong collaborative relationships between innovative entrepreneurs, universities and large companies with specialized resources.
These are just some of the innovative partnerships and products that contribute to Connecticut’s varied ecosystem, which gives the state an advantage, according to Kip Bergstrom, Deputy Commissioner of the DECD.
“I think we probably have the most diverse skill set and diverse mix of companies of just about any place in the country if not the world,” Bergstrom said. “If you were going to have one attribute, that would be the one.
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