Orlando Hernandez is a panelist at the New Jersey Technology Council’s discussion of emerging tech trends, which will take place Thursday, February 21, in Trenton.
When HackTCNJ 2019 takes place this month, attendees will gather with goals as ambitious as creating their own dream projects or as simple as learning what a hackathon is all about.
George Lambros will discuss the stages of business planning in a free workshop titled “Creating a Business Model and Business Plan” hosted by SCORE at Princeton Public Library on Monday, February 18.
Author Bart Jackson will discuss life and career tips from his new book, “CEO of Yourself — Getting Down to the Business of Your More Rewarding Life” on Friday, February 15.
Princeton University lecturer and design thinking expert Sheila Pontis has spent the past two decades researching and teaching information design and design thinking.
At an upcoming meeting of the Princeton Macintosh Users Group, security expert Rebecca Mercuri will examine some of the old and new shenanigans that we may be looking forward to seeing in 2020.
The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey continues to encourage minority and women owned business enterprises to pursue contracts with the federal government, the organization announced two weeks ago in Trenton.
Content marketing is essential for any business whether it be a global pharmaceutical company or a local bakery shop, says Stan Berteloot, ambassador with the Princeton chapter of Startup Grind.
Eileen Sinett begins a workout regimen for public speakers on February 6.
Five years from now people collectively will be older yet. And some of them, attorney Victor Medina hopes, will also be wiser.