Connecticut Technology Council to Recognize Fast Growing Technology Companies

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 General News J E 4
EAST HARTFORD, Conn., June 17 The Connecticut TechnologyCouncil (CTC) will launch Tech Top 40, a new awards program in partnershipwith accounting firm UHY LLP this November, to honor the 40 fastest growingtechnology companies in Connecticut. Companies will be recognized on the basisof revenue growth over four years, with a first year revenue requirement of$50,000 and minimum revenues of $3 million in the fourth year.

"As an entrepreneur, I know the value this recognition can have for anycompany," said CTC Chairman, David Reisner, CEO of the Nano Group. The Councilwill spotlight companies in six technology verticals that reflect theConnecticut technology community.

The event will be held at the Chevrolet Theater in Wallingford on November6, and will feature a technology showcase of the winning companies in the formof a "poster fair" that allows attendees to meet the companies' managementteams. The evening of networking and exhibiting will culminate in theannouncement of the top winner in each technology category.

The event's title sponsor, UHY LLP, will certify the winners. Other leadsponsors of the event include Webster Bank, Oracle and the law firm of Pullman& Comley, LLC.

Companies can apply online at until August 31.

Connecticut Technology Council

The state's industry association for the technology sector, CTC's missionis to "connect people, ideas and opportunities to the global technology andinnovation community." CTC provides members with business assistance andspecialized programs, in addition to promoting and supporting public policiesthat position Connecticut to have a globally recognized "culture ofinnovation" that helps attract great ideas and entrepreneurs to in turndevelop new jobs and wealth for the state.

Title sponsor - UHY LLP

UHY LLP has been a market leading accounting firm for middle-market publicand privately owned businesses for more than thirty years. They have extensiveaudit and financial reporting experience with public reporting requirementsrelated to collaborations, acquisitions and capitalization activities in thetechnology sector.

SOURCE Connecticut Technology Council


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