Starting a career in tech can seem challenging. O2A and College Bound help newcomers begin their careers.
GalaxE.Solutions moved downtown and brought nearly 500 jobs with it.
Attracted by the presence of the area’s large insurance, healthcare and manufacturing sectors, some of these tech companies have long had a foothold in the region.
Employers are putting more emphasis on “what can you do” rather than “what do you know.” A new study highlights the trend using data from Emsi Burning Glass, a labor-market data firm.
New tech companies follow GalaxE in setting up offices in Hartford.
Girls for Technology discusses growth with partnerships like GalaxE’s Outsource to America®
Hartford’s Mayor Bronin speaks to the Girls for Technology, GalaxE.Solutions, and City of Hartford’s Outsource to America® partnership.
GalaxE.Solutions’ big bet on Hartford shows faith in IT worker re-shoring trend.
A new program in Hartford is helping more women break into the technology sector. Pipeline 4.0 is helping prepare young people for careers in tech and is making a difference in the capital city.