New Commericials Showcasing the CT Tech Industry in the Airwaves

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Developmentct-logo-2012 has released two new television ads highlighting six technology companies that are thriving and growing here in the state.  The ads, which will be mostly airing in northern New Jersey and New York’s Suffolk, Nassau, and Westchester counties, convey the message that Connecticut’s technology industry is thriving and creating real employment opportunities.

A group of six businesses leaders, including CTC Board member Austin McChord, exemplify the job creators here in Connecticut, leveraging the local talent, an educated workforce, a convenient location, and a supportive government ecosystem that makes our state the best place to grow your technology company.  Although most of the ads will be airing out of state, you’ll be able to tune in to the following stations to catch them in the Hartford and New Haven area beginning today until the end of June:
  • CNBC, CNN, ESPN, ESPN2, FOX News, Golf Channel, SNY, MSNBC, NBC Sports, NESN, and YES
 as well as on these programs:
  • CBS Sunday Morning, Face the Nation, This Week, and Meet the Press

Watch the videos here!

The Connecticut Technology Council is pleased to see these ads, produced through the efforts of three Connecticut small businesses, bringing the message of our prosperity into the airwaves and across our borders.  Want to know more?  Check out

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