Education and Innovation in NJ: Building a Strong Innovation Ecosystem

Here at the NJTC we are very excited about promoting NJ’s innovation Ecosystem. After all, it’s something we’ve been doing for years—our top educational institutes and colleges working together with our businesses, our community, and our appointed officials in Trenton.

 Our recent appointment to the Governor’s Council on Innovation underlines our unwavering dedication to our ecosystem. We know how innovative we can be here in NJ; it’s time to let everyone else see it.

 That’s why we’re dedicating our August issue of NJTC’s TechNews to Education and Innovation. We will be highlighting the strength and resources our universities and colleges contribute to the Innovation Ecosystem in our region.

 We want to broadcast to everyone who doesn’t know—and remind those that do—why NJ is a great place to educate, start a business, to cultivate innovation, and to prosper.

 We’re asking everyone connected to the ecosystem to participate in this issue. We want to showcase the innovation ecosystem at work in schools, incubators, research facilities and the public sector. We want to hear from you and share with more than 10,000+ influencers the great things you are doing to contribute to the ecosystem. 

 Please reach out to Leo Mennitt at the NJTC lmennitt@njtc.org<mailto:lmennitt@njtc.org> for information on how you can participate.

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