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Budget invests millions for startups, entrepreneurs

Gregory Seay |

The budget implementer bill passed by the Senate Thursday includes millions of dollars to enhance the ability of CTNext, the state's entrepreneurial development entity, to provide more programming...

Law establishes entrepreneur learner's permit program

Keith Griffin |

Similar to a driver's permit program, the governor has signed into law legislation creating an entrepreneur learner's permit program.

Hunt takes helm of CT’s SBA office

Q&A talks with Anne Hunt, the new Connecticut district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration.

New biomedical devices program showing results

Keith Griffin |

An artificial salivary gland and a light imaging system that detects ovarian cancer are two UConn faculty projects that will receive funding from a $1 million Connecticut Innovations program.

Breaking silos: the big 'C' in CT's bioscience ambitions is collaboration

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut has taken steps to pull its largest research universities — UConn and Yale — out of their “silos'' and promote collaboration between them and the broader marketplace for...

Access To Angel & Venture Tech Capital

By Patty Meagher | 1

Entrepreneurship is not a solo act. It is a team sport! Who you surround yourself with can make or break a startup.

CT ranks low for women in biz growth

Keith Griffin |

In the last nine years, the growth of women-owned businesses in Connecticut has lagged well behind the national average as has their revenue growth.

Impact challenge opens for entrepreneurs, start-ups

The application process for the 2016 Impact Challenge run by Hartford-based reSET has commenced, with a prize purse valued at $100,000.

CT entrepreneurs bullish on economy

A new survey finds Connecticut entrepreneurs are overwhelmingly bullish on starting a new business in the current economic environment.

Crowles see green in horticulture business

John Stearns |

Atria Inc.'s roots go back 22 years, but its husband-wife owners have been firmly planted in Connecticut's interior horticulture business about twice that long.

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