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  1. What is the NJ Tech Council?

    The NJ Tech Council (NJTC) is a not-for-profit, trade association focused on connecting decision-makers and thought-leaders from technology and technology support companies through access to financing opportunities, networking, and business support. With a vibrant calendar of events and programs - more than 100 opportunities to connect with peers, potential clients, strategic partners, vendors and employment prospects - the NJTC provides vital business information to help its members grow and flourish.

  2. Why is the NJ Tech Council important to my company?

    The NJ Tech Council is dedicated to making New Jersey and the region a leading destination for technology companies. Being a member of the NJTC means interacting with like-minded business and community leaders all while bringing to market new technologies, innovations, and services. Benefits include tremendous networking opportunities, access to financing solutions, varied avenues for company recognition, business development and educational opportunities. The bottom line is the NJTC is your advocate, advisor, and your partner in your success.

  3. How is the NJ Tech Council managed?

    James Barrood serves as the organization's President and Chief Executive Officer. Additionally, the Council has an impressive Board of Directors.

  4. How are NJ Tech Council members informed?

    Members are subscribed to the NJTC's publication TechNews; their goal is to keep you informed about the news and trends in our regional technology ecosystem. In addition, targeted emails, LinkedIn groups, and Twitter feeds informs members of upcoming events and NJTC activities.

  5. Who is on the NJ Tech Council Board of Directors?

    Please click on the following link to access the Board of Directors page.