AMBROSE & NJ TECH MEETUP: A GROWING PARTNERSHIP IN THE NEW JERSEY TECH SECTOR
SHORT HILLS, NJ, August 18, 2011 - The fast growing Hoboken Tech Meetup has officially changed its name to the New Jersey Tech Meetup. In addition, Ambrose announced its renewed partnership with the New Jersey Tech Meetup and will sponsor NJTM events in 2011. In doing so, Ambrose reinforced its commitment to serving technology and start-up companies in the New Jersey region.
Since Ambrose originally became a sponsor of the popular Meetup in April, 2011, the group of entrepreneurs and innovators has grown in size by over 50% and surpassed 1000 members. The new logo, a rocket ship, reinforces the group’s core mission to support the launch of start-ups. The milestone also marks the opening of the organization’s new co-working space, Mission 50, in Hoboken New Jersey. The new shared office space will host and incubate New Jersey based start-ups and foster collaboration amongst them.
As part of the renewed partnership, Ambrose will sponsor two complimentary best practice seminars for NJTM members in 2011. The first workshop topic returns by popular demand. How to Lead A Growing Company will be presented by Ambrose Co-CEO Greg Slamowitz on September 22nd at the new co-working space in Hoboken. The second workshop, Best Practices for Start-up Companies, will be presented by Ambrose Co-CEO Iorillo during the 4th quarter of 2011. For additional event details or to RSVP, please visit www.NJTechMeetup.com.
“Ambrose is a great addition to NJTech and an enthusiastic and supportive partner. It's abundantly clear that Ambrose is dedicated to educating and supporting entrepreneurs, and we are proud to have them as part of the community,” said New Jersey Tech Meetup Founder Aaron Price.
Just as the New Jersey Tech Meetup has grown rapidly, so too has demand for Ambrose’s services within the state of New Jersey. Ambrose has experienced over 75% growth in the number of clients and over 200% growth in the number of serviced employees in the state of New Jersey. Many of Ambrose’s newly acquired New Jersey based clients have been technology companies.
Both Ambrose and the New Jersey Tech Meetup acknowledge the huge potential for technology businesses in the state.
"As NJTech surpasses 1000 members, it's clear that there is a strong enthusiasm and interest in technology in New Jersey, and an ambition that I expect to power our economic recovery." said Aaron Price.
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