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Connecticut Technology Council

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  • Focuses exclusively on tech and tech-oriented companies
  • Provides leadership, guidance, and support
  • Oversees initiatives for workforce development, supporting small business growth, and growing Connecticut’s tech infrastructure


With a vision of supporting and promoting the Connecticut tech industry to be a national leader, the Connecticut Technology Council exists to ignite new and innovative technologies and foster growth and talent. It pursues this goal through initiatives to strengthen the state’s tech-talent pipeline, support startups and existing businesses that are scaling up, and supporting the infrastructure development and other resources necessary for these companies to succeed.

Who’s it for?

Small tech businesses and entrepreneurs who need support in starting up or expanding.


To spark innovation, cultivate tech talent, foster business growth, advocate for industry-beneficial law and policy, expand the scope of industry networking and professional development, and celebrate industry achievements in the state. Our vision is to support and promote Connecticut’s tech ecosystem so as to lead as a national model.

Resources & Services

Workforce Development

The Connecticut Technology Council’s Talent & Workforce initiative covers everything from recruiting students from the state’s colleges and universities to recognizing employees who are making strides in the tech field. The organization also helps develop leadership skills, connects tech workers with mentors, and encourages networking opportunities.

Startup and Scale-Up Support

This initiative is designed to support tech businesses from their initiation through their expansion. The Connecticut Technology Council is currently emphasizing support for scale-up organizations and companies that are showing impressive growth.

Advocacy and Support for Professionals

The Connecticut Technology Council aims to support the technological, economic, and community infrastructure necessary to support a strong tech economy in Connecticut. Its efforts also include advocacy efforts to foster the growth of business, capital, and employment in the state.



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