- TechWomen 2016 Ambassador Week Scheduled for November 14-18October 19, 2016 - 12:51 pm
November 14 kicks off the 2nd Annual TechWomen Ambassador Week, where schools across New Hampshire will hold special sessions for ninth grade girls to discuss careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with women currently employed in those fields. The two-hour sessions, taking place in Lebanon, Nashua, Plaistow, Rochester, Manchester, Derry and Berlin, are the center of the newly-launched TechWomen Ambassador initiative, born out of the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s TechWomen|TechGirls committee. Read more.
- Six Innovative Products Make Cut for NH High Tech Council’s 11th Annual Product of the YearOctober 17, 2016 - 1:43 pm
Six New Hampshire companies have earned their spot as finalists for the 2016 NH High Tech Council’s Product of the Year (POY) Award. Congratulations to Contour Designs, Corflex, Jewell Instruments, Next Move Technologies, Orion Entrance Control Systems and Wilcox who represent the top six entries in this year’s competition. At the POY finalist event on November 10, the Council will celebrate innovative products developed in the past year. The event provides a platform for entrepreneurs and inventors to receive free advice, major product promotion, and podium time in front of hundreds of tech leaders who will then help choose the winner in real time. Read more.
- Tech Council members hear from senatorial and gubernatorial candidates at town hall Power ForumOctober 14, 2016 - 11:42 am
What do you get when you pack a room with technologists, (mostly female by the nature of the event) heads of industry, educational leaders and practitioners, and a good dose of students; all to hear from the individuals who want to represent us in Washington D.C. and in our state’s corner office? You get a vibrant and dynamic conversation about things that really matter to an audience of people who are the engine behind our state’s growing tech economy. That’s what our Town Hall Power Forum on October 12 was. Read more.
- Awato, Forcivity and KudosWall Earn Top Awards at 2016 TechOutOctober 6, 2016 - 8:11 am
Three New Hampshire startup companies left Dyn this evening with a combined $100,000 in funding to take their companies to the next level after competing in the NH High Tech Council and Alpha Loft’s 2016 TechOut competition. Awato won the $50,000 first prize; Forcivity took home $30,000 and second place; and crowd-favorite, KudosWall, walked away with $20,000. First and second place awards were determined by a panel of judges comprised of business experts, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists; the third-place slot was determined solely by the evening’s audience of more than 200 people. Read more.
- Orion Entrance Control, Inc. to Headline December 7 Entrepreneur Forum on “Going Global”October 3, 2016 - 2:53 pm
Laconia-based Orion Entrance Control, Inc. will be the featured presenter at the December 7 Entrepreneur Forum event, one of the Council’s marquee events series, run by the New Hampshire High Tech Council. This event marks the launch of a new model for the Entrepreneur Forum – instead of two presenters and two panels, the event will focus more on the opportunity or challenge faced by the presenter that is shared with similar companies in their space and business cycle. Read more.