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You wouldn’t buy a house that didn’t have a strong foundation, so why take risks with your startup? Laying down a solid foundation as an entrepreneur gives you a better ...
CTNext in collaboration with Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) will host an intensive, two-day Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) workshop focused on proposal development for the National Institutes ...
reSET and Leadership Greater Hartford will present Beyond Business as Usual: Impact Investing Thursday, October 3 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Hartford Club. The meeting is a response ...
CTNext is seeking applications for its Higher Education Innovation and Entrepreneurship grant program. The program funds initiatives at Connecticut’s higher education institutions to develop innovation and entrepreneurship capacity building among faculty, ...
The first year of managing a business can be the most difficult. Not only do you need to develop a solid foundation for getting your business off the ground, but ...
Female entrepreneurs are a thriving part of the commerce community around the world. Whether you’re exploring options to start a business, you want to improve a business that already exists, ...

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  • Paul Striebel, The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.

    “The real satisfaction of working with a start-up is witnessing the passion, energy, creativity and drive that the entrepreneurs exhibit toward making their idea a success. It is extremely rewarding to see an idea evolve into a product and a person emerge into a successful business owner.”

  • Kristine Schlichting, Ph.D., Chief Psychologist and Director , Hopewell Health Solutions

    reSET has not only provided me a model to grow my business, but most importantly, it has provided the mentoring and networks I really need.

  • Luke Bronin, Mayor , City of Hartford

    "Hartford's innovation ecosystem growth is stunning."

  • 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

  • Julio A. Concepción, Executive Director, Hartford Chamber of Commerce

    "Small businesses and startups are vital to the success of Hartford and are the backbone of a strong urban core with thriving neighborhoods and a top quality of life for our residents."