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How to re-think a great elevator pitch

Ken Cook |

The elevator pitch is that pressure packed 30 seconds to 1 minute where your future success lies in someone else's hands. Figuring out what to say and how to say it, so the other party is at least...

CI invests $12.2M in last quarter of 2016

Patricia Daddona |

The state's quasi-public venture arm Connecticut Innovations said it invested $12.2 million in 31 companies during the final three months of 2016, deal flow that was down from the year-ago period.

Suffield hydroponic farm will grow 40 jobs

Patricia Daddona |

Four Season Farm LLC, a newly formed startup, will develop 10 acres of land in Suffield as a hydroponic farm, where the company plans to create 40 new jobs over the next two years.

Q&A: Bioscience exec aims to boost UConn's startup backlog

Q&A talks with Dr. Mostafa Analoui, a life sciences entrepreneur and investment banker, who recently became executive director of venture development at UConn.

Trinity, CSCU heads co-chair innovation panel

Gregory Seay |

The presidents of Hartford's Trinity College and the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system are co-chairs for a working group of private and public colleges devising a plan by May...

Life sciences entrepreneur to lead UConn venture development

Patricia Daddona |

Dr. Mostafa Analoui, a life sciences entrepreneur and investment banker, will head UConn's newly launched effort to increase development of new ventures, including its Technology Incubation Program...

Alzheimer's tech reaches clinical trial

Matt Pilon |

A partnership between a Farmington inventor and an Arizona medical company is progressing with the recent launch of a Phase I clinical trial to test the safety of a medical device that aims to treat...

UConn startup wins CI funding, opens HQ

Patricia Daddona |

A UConn professor's startup, which is developing a new type of heart monitor, has opened headquarters in the UConn Technology Incubation Program in Farmington.

Quinnipiac students share digital business pitch prizes

Patricia Daddona |

Two Quinnipiac University student teams split $4,500 in prize money during a Dec. 7 competition that served as the climax of a semester-long digital business class.

CURE honors Abcam's Weiner

Gregory Seay |

Michael Weiner, a serial entrepreneur, inventor and author, is the Connecticut United for Research Excellence's (CURE) 2016 “Entrepreneur of the Year.''

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