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Jeff Werner: Impact of Covid-19 on your startup business

Please note. This article was written prior to the passage of the stimulus package. Important new information: Staff reductions may make your business ineligible...

Freepoint Commodites debuts PointForward accelerator program

Freepoint CEO David Messer said the endeavor combines "world-class teams" and "our expert venture builders."

Starting a business: From low budget to ‘Whoa, budget!’

"Tech companies are moving out of California due to the high costs," said LendingTree's Derek Miller.

Jeff Werner: Top 10 for 2020 – A New Year’s checklist...

A new year ushers in myriad opportunities to review, refresh and reprioritize. While it’s difficult to plan and chart a precise course for the...

Westchester’s Element 46 incubator seeking startups for next round

Do you have a great idea for a startup business? The Westchester County Office of Economic Development is seeking applications from entrepreneurs for the...

New business formation heating up in Fairfield County

If the current pace continues, the county would end this year with roughly 11% more net business starts than in 2018.

U.S. Sen. Murphy reintroduces HALOS Act for investors in startups

"We should be doing everything we can to support small businesses and entrepreneurs," Murphy said.

B:Hive Coworking is banking on future entrepreneurs

“It’s a fun and unique space,” said co-founder Jordan Rabidou of B:Hive's Bridgeport location within a 1930 Beaux Art bank building.

Mike Roer weighs in on the startup financing conundrum

"The equity investors have become a lot more conservative," said Entrepreneurship Foundation President Mike Roer.

Ramon Peralta celebrates 10th anniversary by hitting the $1 million mark

Ramon Peralta said that many entrepreneurs often take on too much responsibility for too many tasks, with results that are frequently less than satisfactory.

Stamford’s ISG partners with Silicon Valley’s Plug and Play Tech Center

Under the terms of the partnership, ISG will serve as a founding anchor partner of Plug and Play's newly launched Enterprise 2.0 program for technology startups.

Startups compete for chance to ‘pitch the angels’

Four Hudson Valley-based startups pitched a panel of experts for a chance at a final meeting with the Westchester Angels investor group.

CT Next maps out state’s startups

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

Seminar hits on common startup issues

The top issues new businesses often face are obtaining a loan, budgeting and following generally accepted accounting principles. To help nascent businesses address these issues,...