ACG NJ held their 3rd Angel Forum Group Breakfast Meeting virtually on Wednesday, June 10, 2020. Managing Partner Jim Gunton
Jeff Kohler, Business Development Director, Princeton Identity Touchless Campus Deployments As colleges embark on opening campuses in the fall, their
Portfolio company Vydia in Holmdel, NJ closed Tuesday, June 2, as part of reflection on racism Michael L. Diamond, Asbury Park
It is our pleasure to announce that Joe Sassine has joined the Tech Council Ventures team as Summer Associate. Joe
 This 4th episode is all about B2B/SaaS Featured investors: Steve Socolof, Tech Council Ventures; Katherine O'Neill, angel investor; and Mike
We are thrilled to have Ranulfo, better known as Randy, Allen, PhD join Tech Council Ventures as Summer Associate. Randy
Hackensack Meridian invests in bone graft company through ‘Bear’s Den’ incubator By Eric StraussHackensack | May 20, 2020 Hackensack Meridian Health has invested in EpiBone
 Touchless access from outside elements? No problem. The Access200 product family offers advanced access control security features in an
 This third episode is all about Consumer Products Featured investors: Jim Gunton, Tech Council Ventures; Monica C. Smith, Marketsmith
 Unicorn Lab & Biohacking Congress' Virtual Meetup held May 13, 2PM ET talks about: "Innovations in HealthTech and BioTech

Check out Tech Council Ventures along with the other great innovators and innovation enablers in New Jersey! We’re in INNOVATE® New Jersey (Chapter 18, pages 396-397).

Tech Council Ventures in INNOVATE New Jersey, pages 396-397

Dialog with NJ EDA’s Kathleen Coviello – NJ Bioscience Center

#NJEDA's Kathleen Coviello & Tech Council Ventures’ Jim Gunton explore Governor Phil Murphy’s proposed New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Fund and how it will benefit #entrepreneurs in the Garden State. https://nj.gov/governor/news/news/562019/approved/20190320a.shtml New Jersey Tech Council#NJStateofInnovation

Posted by New Jersey Economic Development Authority on Thursday, March 28, 2019

Steve Socolof moderated a cleantech panel for the NJ EDA, including Eric Breese of Evonik, Keryl Cosenzo of Siemens, Doug Kushnerik of ExxonMobil, and Keally DeWitt of GAF Energy.

Steve Socolof moderated a NJ EDA Roundtable: New Jersey’s Clean Tech Innovation Ecosystem: What Role Should Big Corporates Play on December 5, 2019.  Many important technological advances in cleantech have been the work of startup companies and research universities. Large, well established companies also play a very substantial—if less well publicized—role as innovators in the field. The roundtable explored the cleantech contributions global companies are making here in New Jersey, and ways in which they may be able to play an even larger role in the state’s cleantech innovation ecosystem.  Panel included Keally DeWitt, Sr. Director, Marketing and Public Policy, GAF Energy (Parsippany), Eric Breese, Venture Capital Investment Director, Evonik Inc. (Parsippany), Doug Kushnerick, Sr. Scientific Advisor, ExxonMobil Research (Clinton and Paulsboro), and Keryl Cosenzo, Head, Government Research Programs, Siemens Corporate Technology (Princeton)

Moderator: Steve Socolof, Managing Partner, Tech Council Ventures, and Founding Head of Lucent Technologies New Ventures Group

Stephen Socolof on stage with LP Lutz Stoeber of Evonik

Stephen Socolof on stage with LP Lutz Stoeber of Evonik talking about strategic partnering at the Global Corporate Venturing Synergize event in New York City on September 25, 2019.

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Jim Gunton says NJ Governor Murphy’s New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Fund is a terrific idea!

“This fund will reverse the trend of movement away from New Jersey. Talent goes where there are well-funded and promising companies. I have seen companies go where they are able to get funding. Well-funded companies attract the best people. Those companies are the most likely to succeed. Then you grow and exit, and create a self-perpetuating dynamic. … It is vital to the New Jersey economy — and exciting to watch it happen.” – Jim Gunton, Managing Partner, Tech Council Ventures

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