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Hawkins helps small business dreams come true

Wendy Pierman Mitzel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

It may be the lovely view of Bushnell Park outside her window; surely it's the people who walk in and out of HEDCO's downtown Hartford headquarters on Lewis Street who inspire Vice President and...

More black women are running startups, but their funding still lags


The number of black women who have founded tech startups has more than doubled since 2016, a new report found.Now for the bad news: They continue to...

Paygilant advances in VentureClash '18

Gregory Seay |

Paygilant, an Israeli startup that provides fraud protection for mobile payments, has advanced to the next round of Connecticut Innovations' $5 million VentureClash 2018 challenge.

Millennials kickstart sales of W. Hartford's Bellis Bourbon

Joe Cooper |

Longtime friends Mike Bellis and Colin Santacroce are out to prove that family and business do mix as the owners of West Hartford's Bellis Bourbon.

From Hartford, HALO’s solution for power-thirsty gadgets finds worldwide customer base

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford-based developers of portable chargers for electronic devices have found a worldwide customer base.

Entrepreneurs offer thoughts for improving startup climate

Spencer Curry, co-founder and CEO of Meriden-based Trifecta Ecosystems, an aquaponics technology company and indoor farm, said finding the right investors — those who can bring more than money...

Region's entrepreneur boosters say more local investment is needed to grow state's startups, economy

John Stearns |

The region's entrepreneur boosters say more local venture capital investment is needed to grow Connecticut's startups and economy.

CT Invention Convention breeds student entrepreneurs

Q&A talks with Ron Katz, executive director of the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC).

West Hartford startup matches theatrical improv with workplace training

Norm Bell |

A West Hartford startup is matching theatrical improv with workplace training.

Three CT startups wins share of $20K at reSET event

Greg Bordonaro |

Three Connecticut startups in media, skincare and food proved big hits at Dunkin' Donuts Park May 10, with judges selecting them from eight startups to share $20,000 in unrestricted funding in the...

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