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Intellectual property (IP) law is a huge part of any business, whether you’re a local startup or an established international company. That said, elements of IP law like patents are particularly ...
By Nan Price, Content Manager, MetroHartford Alliance What makes Hartford a viable city for New England startups and early-stage companies? Plenty. Hartford is becoming known as a regional innovation hub for ...
Starting your own business is an exciting time, and most entrepreneurs have high expectations and goals in the early stages of building their company. Unfortunately, while many small businesses are ...
It’s been a year since STANLEY+Techstars announced its first Accelerator program in Hartford. Since then, many companies from the first class, which focused solely on additive manufacturing, have already been ...
Where Are They Now? Follow Up with Your College Process Founder Lisa Goldstein Innovation Destination Hartford met with Your College Process Founder Lisa Goldstein in January 2018 (read the interview: Connecticut Entrepreneur ...
I haven’t met anyone yet who has “fielded the ball” in business without committing a number of errors over their lifetime, and there is a good reason why—it’s impossible. That doesn’t ...

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  • Susan Froshauer, Chief Executive Officer, CURE

    “The CURE Innovation Commons is an ideal setting for entrepreneurs and growing companies who want to test and fund the development of the new ideas that will advance their companies.”

  • Mark R. Smith, Principal, Macroscopic Solutions, LLC

    “Connecticut is pushing new business, which I think will stimulate the economy and make for a better tomorrow.”

  • Heidi Worcester, Founder and Owner, NEATgoods

    “To me, being an entrepreneur isn’t just about money. It’s about creating better products for a market that needs it—and doing it in the right way.” Read More

  • Katharine Ortiz, Founder, A Little Bird Told Me

    “Connecticut people aren’t afraid to support local businesses, which allows for a thriving restaurant scene. From Real Art Ways to the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford is an artsy little city—and that’s what I love about it.”

  • Ali Oshinskie, Founder, Podstories

    "It doesn’t get much better than Connecticut. The startup scene is really big here. I’m just beginning to get involved. And in Connecticut, it can be both a place where ideas are growing and I’m growing. That seems like a cool marriage, right?" Read More