This June, join the Fairfield startup community in a weekend-long event designed to help you take your idea to the next level. Register for Fairfield’s first Startup Weekend today!Read more
Today, we are joined by SB Chatterjee, Acting Director of CTDotNet/ CTDevStartup, an organization of startup enthusiasts in CT who are interested in honing their programming skills among a community of like-minded peers. In this article, SB shares his experience, along with information on the group, and how you can get involved.Read more
No two startups are identical – but they are often similar. As an entrepreneur, you’ll find that carving your own path to success can leave you with a lot of questions. As part of our mission to help you succeed, we’re taking your questions, and reaching out to industry experts for the answers. Have a question of your own? Submit it here, and stay tuned for the answer.
This week’s question is on a taboo topic: When startup members get together, who pays for lunch? Does an investor carry more responsibility than a budding entrepreneur? For this question, we asked a handful of experts. Find out what htey had to say here.Read more
In recent years, the concept of coworking has become increasingly popular in cities all across the country. Nowhere is the trend more noticeable than here in CT. Recently, the Town of Manchester took the initiative to open a coworking space on Main st. Today, we are joined by R.C. Thornton, Founder & President of RCJ Creative, a startup housed at the new coworking space. In this article, R.C. shares his experience, along with information on the space, and how you can get involved.Read more
This month, we ask Drue Hontz of Track180 our eight questions for entrepreneurs. Track180′s mission is to “provide an easier way to discover and explore global issues and connect you to people making a difference.” The Track180 product just hit the App Store on April 30, 2013. Check out Drue’s profile here.Read more