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Social Enterprise is pro-business

Kate Emery | 2

I was dismayed and confused to read an editorial written by Jack Horak on April 7, 2014, which decried Connecticut's “superficial efforts” to encourage economic growth in our state and...

CT business owners show optimism

Connecticut businesses think the next six months are going to be better than the past six months, according to a biannual economic survey by Entrepreneurs' Organization.

CTNext awards $42K to five startups

CT Next, an entrepreneur program overseen by state’s quasi-public venture lending arm, said it has awarded $10,000 grants to four Connecticut startups.

Hartford’s social enterprise hub preps startups for business, community impact

Matthew Broderick |

Kate Emery's latest venture — the establishment of a social enterprise incubator and co-working space in downtown Hartford — traces its roots to a simple question she asked herself in the...

Filling the startup funding gap

Stephen Jackson |

Great companies start with great business ideas. But turning those ideas into reality requires capital — sometimes, a sizable amount of capital.

Best Places To Work In CT 2014 – Nos. 4-15, Large Company Category

#4 COCCCOCC, a provider of industry-leading complete technology services to banks and credit unions, is a mutual company offering a high level of customer service...

CT Green Guide publishes Spring edition

HBJ's sustainable business-to-business magazine on Monday published its Spring 2014 edition, looking at the crisis in the waste-to-energy industry, the burden new customers face with natural gas...

Lawmakers consider tax incentives for homegrown entrepreneurs

There's been lots of talk about how the state needs to improve its retention of young professionals, particularly college graduates with science, technology, engineering, and math...

Massage franchise eyes CT expansion

A Colorado-based massage franchise wants to open 23 locations in Connecticut, it announced.

It’s true, gov’t can’t create entrepreneurs

To the Editor,

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