Fairfield County

How Women-Led Startups Become Billion Dollar Companies

JanisCollins

Ethics aside, Martha Stewart is an iconic example of a women-led startup who started out from her Connecticut home. Connecticut Entrepreneur-in-Residence Janis Collins shares how the new breed of women-led startups are poised to be the next billion dollar companies.

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Avoid Becoming the Next Start-up Roadkill

Brenda Lewis

Brenda Lewis is Principal of Greenwich, CT-based Transactions Marketing, Inc., which provides strategy, marketing, business development and first round institutional funding for mission critical enterprise mobile systems, software and services. In April, Brenda organized Connecticut’s first ever Mobile Summit for CT NEXT and the Crossroads Ventures Group, recruiting MEA Mobile as sponsor and tapping the Connecticut Technology Council for event support, because she believes.”In three to five years any ...

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Stamford Area Coworking Is Diverse and Growing

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Coworking is not new to the startup, freelance or techie world. There are more than 780 in the United States (when there was one in 2005), and the trend is growing in all corners of Connecticut.  Last week, The Whiteboard talked with Katherine Warman Kern of COMRADITY, Karl Heine of SoNo Spaces and Sarah Robinson and Peter Propp of The ...

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EvoLux Transportation: Ready for Take Off

RayLeavitt

Moving his startup from Boca Raton, Florida to Stamford, Connecticut last year, founder and CEO of EvoLux Transportation, Ray Leavitt is building the world’s first helicopter charter marketplace. Sikorsky Innovations and others are supporting Ray, who sees Connecticut ripe with both possibility and challenge.

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