Voices Up: Summit organizers hope to jumpstart a tech wave – with Newark at center

The Voice Summit will feature more than 150 speakers, offer 11 tracks, and make available Amazon-sponsored, hands-on training for those interested in developing custom apps for Alexa.

Amazon-backed VOICE Summit will test Newark’s destination city bona fides

Newark beat out New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles to host the Amazon-backed VOICE Summit. When the event comes to town on July 24th, it will also be a test of Newark’s destination city potential.

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City of Light: Newark’s fiber optic gambit aims to boost opportunities for citizens and business

The Newark Fiber project being advanced by city leadership over the past four years is a bold one, experts say.

‘Leaders Create Leaders’ podcast highlights innovators and entrepreneurs from Newark and beyond

“Millennial Mentor” and entrepreneur Gerard Adams takes his popular YouTube series to the GRAMMY Experience Museum in Newark.

Newark businesses produced every inch of this winter gala

What it looks like when Newark entrepreneurs form like Voltron.

Launch Pad coworking community is coming to Newark

Launch Pad wants to help entrepreneurs outside of Silicon Valley succeed. Will it work in Newark? We’ll find out starting next year.

Newark sustainability leader Karen Brown-Stovell named to statewide business council

Newark’s Karen Brown-Stovell had joined a group business leaders across the state for the New Jersey Sustainable Business Council (NJSBC), a new alliance of business organizations and businesses working to promote a more vibrant and sustainable economic future in the state.

Women-focused crowdfunding platform in Newark is accepting its first cohort of businesses seeking capital

A new women-focused crowdfunding platform has just launched in Newark and is accepting businesses into its inaugural cohort.

Newark-based tech startups show off their creations at NVP’s second demo day

Prudential Center hosted the latest tech show-and-tell for Newark Venture Partners’ startup companies hailing from as close as New Jersey to as far as Germany and South Africa.