New technology-assistance program designed to support manufacturing innovation

New technology-assistance program designed to support manufacturing innovation

(Hartford Business Journal, 2/18/19)

As the director of strategic partnerships at the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Michelle Cote is bullish about Hartford’s future.

She was part of the planning team that helped draw investment from CTNext, a subsidiary of the state’s venture capital firm Connecticut Innovations, to create the Hartford/East Hartford Innovation Spaces in 2017. One of four regional innovation places in Connecticut — which collectively received $30 million in state investment — the Hartford/East Hartford hub is focused on innovation and entrepreneurship in the capitol region’s bedrock industries: insurance, health care and manufacturing.

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