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U. of Bridgeport grad student making name as an inventor

Stratford resident Reem AlAttas' Rumble Helmet won a pair of awards at a recent CTNext competition, while another invention has drawn interest from IBM.

CTNext honors three Fairfield County startups

The companies, based in Norwalk, Bridgeport, and Shelton, each received $10,000.

Three Fairfield County firms receiving state Bond Commission funds

Two Norwalk firms and another in the process of moving from Bridgeport are among 10 companies receiving funds from the state Bond Commission.

Danbury, Norwalk, Stamford named finalists for CTNext innovation grants

The program will distribute $30 million to the winning communities over a period of five years to support catalytic projects to stimulate their local innovation ecosystem.

CTNext launches program to aid startups

Project funds of up to $25,000 per company can be used for marketing, strategy, organizational development, and other endeavors.

Four Fairfield towns among recipients of CTNext “Innovation Places” grants

The “Innovation Places” grants will support local strategic planning efforts to develop destinations for entrepreneurs and talent throughout the state.

CTNext awards $10K each to pair of county startups

Greenwich-based Asarasi and Norwalk-based Pelletric each received $10,000 prizes.

State increasing efforts at nurturing startups and early-stage businesses

Connecticut Innovations (CI), the state’s venture capital firm, is being expanded to help promote new startups and early-stage businesses in the state.

CTNext awards $54K to Connecticut startups

Five Connecticut-based companies, including Vesselon in Darien, received grants for their innovative ideas.

To grow, perchance to prosper

Efforts to boost businesses are paying off.

The NEXT big thing

Software outfit taps program geared to connections.

Entrepreneurial ecosystem seeks more ideas

CTNEXT is seeking more ideas on how to assist entrepreneurs and jump start new companies.

CT Next maps out state’s startups

A digital map of Connecticut startups and service providers is now available online.