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This article from Connecticut By The Numbers was posted April 15,2021. Women In Bio (WIB), a national organization of professionals committed to promoting the careers, leadership and entrepreneurship of all women in the life sciences, chose Connecticut as home to its 14th and newest chapter.…
Dr. Vijay Jayachandran is CEO at ACW Analytics, an innovative startup that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create situational intelligence during extreme weather events. MetroHartford Alliance Content Manager Nan Price spoke with Vijay about the company’s involvement at the University of Connecticut Technology Incubation Program…
MOVIA Robotics, Inc. has been a long-time advocate of inclusivity by creating innovative robotic assistive technology to help children on the learning spectrum. The company also supports inclusion in its hiring decisions and recently welcomed local student Josias Reynoso as an intern. Josias brings to…
Certified Public Accountant Cody McCormack began to acknowledge his entrepreneurial spirit while he was at Bryant University in Rhode Island, where he learned the process of business management and planning. Since then, he created a concept for WeHa Brewing and Roasting Company, a café and…
Licensed psychologist Dr. Carrissa Phipps founded Small Victories Wellness Services as a solo practice in 2017. She spoke with MetroHartford Alliance Content Manager Nan Price about her entrepreneurial evolution, including transitioning to a group practice and adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic. NAN PRICE: Did you…