The California Technology Council (CTC) is a technology trade association serving innovators from all industry sectors in the state of California. Every day, CTC delivers value through a set of member benefits essential to running a technology company. CTC looks for opportunities to support business development and access to markets for members through its initiatives, events and content. CTC advocates for an aspirational Innovation Agenda for California. Become a member today.
WHAT WILL 2017 Bring?
Are you thinking about raising your next round? Contemplating hiring locally, or thinking about looking outside of California for those critical new hires you'll need in the year ahead? For founders thinking about talent and capital, take our Startup Talent + Investment Survey.
FEATURED PODCAST: INEVitable decline?
Aging includes cognitive decline in one form or another for everyone. While major studies continue to track long-term assessment, companies are identifying new approaches to brain health that may change everything.
Continue reading and LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE.
SEEING A GAP: JUMPING IN WITH SOLUTIONS
The California Technology Council has launched an Indiegogo campaign to establish a new foundation. This foundation will convene California's world-leading institutions together with industry to work on better commercialization, collaboration, and partnership to support greater impact through jobs and economic growth in the state.
Learn more about similar state tech development foundations in our WHITE PAPER HERE.
FEATURED MEMBER BENEFIT: CYBER TRAINING
CTC and CalCISO have partnered with Logical Operations on Cybersecurity First Responder training (CFR-210). This course focuses on the knowledge, ability, and skills necessary to provide for the defense of those information systems in a cybersecurity context, including protection, detection, analysis, investigation, and response capabilities. LEARN MORE HERE.
CALIFORNIA TOOL WORKS
The California Business Incubation Alliance (CBIA) recently released the landmark study, California Tool Works: Incubation and Acceleration in the Cauldron of Innovation.
Learn more and get a copy of the report HERE.
CTC research, partner publications, and research on trends important to the innovation climate in California.
CTC Fellow Glyn Davis, Vice Chancellor at the University of Melbourne, talks about the important work of translating and commercializing more from California's great labs and universities.
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