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Connecticut Innovations invests in social app developer

Connecticut Innovations recently invested $750,000 in seed money into the web-based technology company deets Inc., based in Westport.

Do the math

With the Next Five incentive program moving full steam ahead, is it time for Connecticut to re-examine its investment strategy?

CI announces technology grant program

As part of the Connecticut Innovation Challenge, Connecticut Innovations (CI) will award up to $150,000 each to as many as five teams to offset the costs of advancing their respective projects.

eBrevia closes in on $400K in financing

Stamford e-commerce startup eBrevia L.L.C. is close to completing an initial round of fundraising and plans to launch its legal technology platform in the next four months.

CI follows on SAMI investment

Connecticut Innovations (CI) has invested an additional $375,000 in SAMI Health Inc., a health information technology company.

Second TechStart session kicks off in New Haven

After an inaugural session that “far exceeded” expectations, Connecticut Innovations invited five startups to participate in the fall 2012 TechStart Accelerator Program, which kicked off Sept. 17 in New Haven.

CI continues funding for internships

After a successful summer session, Connecticut Innovations will be continuing funding for student internships under the Technology Talent Bridge program.

Startups step into the spotlight

Advocates and investors say that for the first time since before 2008, there is a strong interest among the Westchester and Fairfield County, Conn., business communities in supporting startups and early stage companies.p

TechStart launches round two

Connecticut Innovations is returning the TechStart entrepreneurship boot camp for this fall.

Private business a powerful engine for economic growth

Private business as good neighbors, but not global competitors? Not true, says the head of a local business group.

Malloy to overhaul taxes, government

Governor proposes a radical restructuring of state government.