The New Jersey Technology Council (NJTC) connects companies, capital, and government. NJTC provides business support, networking opportunities, information, advocacy and recognition of technology companies and their leaders. Founded in 1996, NJTC's more than 1,200 member companies work together to support their own enterprises while advancing New Jersey's status as a leading technology center in the United States.
This app is designed to promote better professional networking among our members and others involved in building, funding, or supporting emerging growth companies in New Jersey.
The best way to build a relationship is by a face-to-face meeting, and the best way to start new relationships is get out and put yourself in a place where you meet new people and get exposed to new ideas.
The NJTC app shows you a wealth of professional networking events happening around your area. Its search tools help you find exactly the right events for you.
Once you are at an event, you can use the app’s I’m Here feature to check into the event, see who else is there, and follow any online conversation about the event.
The NJTC app is a new way to discover business, professional, tech, and biotech events happening in New Jersey. It was designed specifically for entrepreneurs and professionals looking to develop their business, their career, or their network.
Use it to keep up with the New Jersey technology scene and meet and connect with potential investors, clients, employers, and colleagues. Lawyers, accountants, and sales reps will find this app a valuable tool for finding the best networking events.
The events are pulled from an ongoing feed of events from the web-based Basecamp Business Calendar Network. The app highlights upcoming NJTC events, but events can be found for locations all across the U.S. Users can add their own events if they want to share them with the community.
Find the Events that Matter.
The Base page starts with listings of upcoming NJTC events and conferences.
The Event Detail page shows you all you need to know about a particular event. You can see the event name, the presenting organization, the date and time, a description, a location, and (if available) contact information and web address. You can save an event for later recall, invite friends, save it to your phone’s calendar, say that you plan to attend, or go to the website for the event for more detail.