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The University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center (EC-WBC) received a grant to support the Hartford Small Business Technical Assistance Program (HSBTAP), which provides free support to local ...
Earlier this week, I met up with a local entrepreneur for a follow-up interview at Hartford Baking Company. The topic of networking and LinkedIn came up, and he asked how ...
The startup industry is booming. Every day, we find out about a new startup that blows the lid off the market. With each new big thing, we see more women ...
This article by Ronni Newton originally appeared on We-Ha.com July 3, 2018. Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc. (SSC) plans to purchase the former University of Connecticut campus in West Hartford for ...
In today’s fast-paced environment, small business owners should consider their best options whenever they make choices. If you’re an entrepreneur looking to step up your game by becoming more accustomed to ...
This story by Web Editor Joe Cooper originally appeared in HartfordBusiness.com June 28, 2018 The University of Connecticut says it’s launching the state’s first engineering-focused graduate degree in entrepreneurship in conjunction ...

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  • 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.”

  • Kevin Wirtes, Co-Owner, Krust Pizza Bar

    “Connecticut is evolving and changing. I think it’s pretty awesome. I really feel like there’s a heartbeat going on in Connecticut.”

  • Mark Pellegrini, Director of Planning and Economic Development for the town of Manchester and Axis901 staff member, Axis901

    “The more we work, the more we find entrepreneurs and people with ideas and people who want to create start-ups.”

  • Charles Bogoian, Co-Founder, Kenai Sports, LLC

    “Aspiring entrepreneurs also can’t be afraid to fail. Failing along the way is part of the process, but learning from those failures is one of the best ways to develop your startup.”

  • Phill Giancarlo, Co-Founder, Wearsafe Labs, Inc.

    “Working in Hartford is a great choice for a startup. Commercial real estate is affordable, the talent is great and we’re perfectly positioned to commute to other major cities like New York and Boston. There are a lot more resources and tools available here for startups and small businesses than ever before.”