Right Up Einstein’s Alley ~ Late Summer 2021
Celebrating over a decade of helping make New Jersey the place for high tech business success.
Do you know someone, a colleague, family member, neighbor, or friend, who you think has what it takes to be named an Immigrant Entrepreneur Award winner ?
Nominations Are Still Open for the 9th Annual Awards
Deadline is September 15th
Einstein’s Alley, a partner in the NJ Business Immigration Coalition, says that nominations for the 9th Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards to be presented at a
NJ Chinese American Chamber event on
November 18, 2021 event are open until
NJ companies started by immigrants generate an annual business income of billions. Foreign-born individuals like our 2020 Winner Dr. Ali Houshmand, President of Rowan University and salsa maker extraordinaire, or 2019 winner Wei Wang, President and Founder, UrbanTech Consulting Engineering or the 2018 winner Kamal Bathla of Maestro Technologies have created more than one in three new businesses in NJ.
This year, we will be honoring immigrants for their achievements in growth, advocacy, and innovation, and we will name the 2021 Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year. Who do you know-a colleague, family member, neighbor, or friend, who has what it takes to be named an Award winner?
Nominations are open now through September 15, 2021. The Awards will be presented at a November 18th event.
BeiGene to build manufacturing, clinical R&D Center
(and create hundreds of jobs)
in Einstein’s Alley – Hopewell, New Jersey
BeiGene officials said the company intends to recruit hundreds of new hires from the area’s deep talent pool to support its continued growth and its commitment to producing life-saving oncology medicines.
BeiGene, a global biotechnology company focused on developing and commercializing innovative cancer medicines worldwide, announced Tuesday morning that it plans to build a new campus for research & development and manufacturing at the Princeton West Innovation Campus in Hopewell.
BeiGene officials said they have entered into a purchase agreement to acquire an approximately 42-acre site with over 1 million square feet of developable real estate. They intend to build a state-of-the-art facility that is expected to include commercial-stage biologic pharmaceutical manufacturing, clinical R&D and the BeiGene Center for Pharmacovigilance Innovation.
ROI-NJ | Tom Bergeron(Hopewell) | August 3, 2021
Even Your Allergist Is Now Investing in Start-Ups
The once-clubby world of start-up deal making known as “angel investing” has had an influx of new participants. It’s part of a wider boom in ever-riskier investments.
The new angels have the potential to transform a venture capital industry that has been stubbornly clubby. They could also put pressure on bad actors in the industry who get away with things ranging from rudeness to sexual harassment, said Elizabeth Yin, a general partner at Hustle Fund, a venture capital firm. The firm also created Angel Squad and shares deals with its members.
Photo Credit: Ashley Flucas, 35, a real estate lawyer in Palm Beach County, Fla., began investing in start-ups three years ago.Credit…Ysa Pérez for The New York Times
NYTimes | By Erin Griffith|August 9, 2021
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