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Entrepreneurship hubs reSET and Upward Hartford collaborate to grow city’s startup, innovation scene

John Stearns |

ReSET — a staple of the Hartford coworking and business mentoring and accelerator scene for entrepreneurs since it first opened a physical space in 2013 — has had to share the...

Hartford startup Countability helps manage school lockdowns

Matt Pilon |

A Hartford-based tech startup has raised $200,000 that could help propel development of its emergency management software, company officials say.

Wayback Burgers eyes Ireland

Gregory Seay |

Cheshire fast-food franchisor Wayback Burgers says it has inked a pact to sell its brand of fresh burgers and shakes in the Emerald Isle.

Graphics designer Smith goes from prisoner to entrepreneur

Stan Simpson Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Andrew Smith is sitting behind the desk of his spartan downtown Hartford graphics design firm, relishing how a once tumultuous past has come full circle.

Wallingford med device firm leads CT’s 1Q VC deals

Matt Pilon |

A Wallingford medical device developer booked Connecticut's largest venture deal during the first quarter of this year, according to the latest PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree report.

Hartford’s groove is coming back

Greg Andrews |

One year ago, I wrote in the Hartford Business Journal that “Hartford stands at a tipping point: Bankruptcy? Revival? Or both?”

Entrepreneurs, students find guidance at UConn's intellectual property law clinic

Joe Cooper |

After gaining significant experience mountaineering during his two tours in Iraq, U.S. Army infantry officer Jon Norton discovered a need and possible business opportunity.

SBDC connects entrepreneurs with free consulting services

Matthew Broderick Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

When Jason Bittner, founder and CEO of Triple Helix Corp., first opened his East Hartford software and information management company in 2004, he was not only fully invested in his business dream but...

HBJ's '90 Ideas in 90 Minutes' returns April 3

Joe Cooper |

The Hartford Business Journal's second annual breakfast program, 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes, will return to the Hartford Club on Tuesday, April 3.

W. Hartford app maker gains ground in utility market

Matt Pilon |

When a vehicle strikes a utility pole, police, firefighters and an ambulance could be dispatched to the scene.

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