Dublin, Ireland – Governor Phil Murphy, along with Wesley Mathews, President and CEO of Choose New Jersey, today announced three memorandums of understanding between New Jersey’s academic and real estate institutions and Ireland’s top tech university and prominent startup accelerator. (MOU) was signed. The MOU aims to create mutually beneficial opportunities and build partnerships in innovative projects that promote entrepreneurship, business development, career development and international education.
“My administration’s consistent efforts have helped New Jersey agencies identify and partner with entities that will help grow New Jersey’s economy and create high-paying jobs,” it said. . Governor Murphy“The partnerships we solidify today are just one example of the fruits of these efforts. Today’s announcement will foster international cooperation that will drive economic growth and build a vibrant technology ecosystem rooted in New Jersey’s heritage of innovation.”
“New Jersey is a global tech hub.” Wesley Mathews, president and CEO of Choose New Jersey a said:Added. “The MOU signed today demonstrates that the international organization recognizes what we already know – the state’s unique combination of top universities, talent, infrastructure and ideal location. , making us highly attractive to institutions around the world. Choose New Jersey is proud to facilitate these partnerships and help more Irish companies looking at growth opportunities in New Jersey. I’m thinking.”
The first MOU was signed between New Jersey City University (NJCU) and Atlantic Institute of Technology (ATU). Among other things, the agreement will bring companies participating in the ATU Incubator Program and those affiliated with NJCU’s Business School and the Guarini Institute for International Education, Economics and Mobility into the ecosystems of New Jersey and Western and Northwestern Ireland, respectively. Seeking to connect. Both schools facilitate student travel to other campuses to complement career development opportunities and engage in faculty exchanges and connections. Finally, the MOU will provide access to workspaces at the NJCU School of Business Innovation Center for ATU entrepreneurs seeking expansion into the US market.
“This agreement with Atlantic Institute of Technology will benefit their respective communities by tapping into the considerable talents and abilities of our faculty, staff and students.” Dr. Bernard McSherry, Founding Dean of NJCU Business School“Together we will promote economic development and the good jobs that come with it, in both New Jersey and Ireland.”
“I can’t wait to see the fruits of this partnership. Dr. Orla Flynn, President of ATU“The agreement we signed today with NJCU opens the door for cooperation and opportunities for both partners, and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with NJCU.”
A second signed MOU was concluded between NJCU and the Guinness Enterprise Center (GEC), with each signatory committing to connect each other’s affiliated companies to other ecosystems for the purpose of business development and knowledge sharing. I agree to NJCU will provide workspace access to startups affiliated with GEC as a soft landing to test the US market. Next, GEC offers experiential learning opportunities, inviting NJCU faculty and students to her GEC to learn more about Ireland’s technology ecosystem.
“NJCU is committed to increasing student financial mobility by supporting initiatives that promote innovative career opportunities with international organizations. Dr. Adrian Franco, Director of the Guarini Institute for International Education and Economic Mobility. “We look forward to connecting our students and faculty with GEC and facilitating interaction between this world-renowned incubator and New Jersey’s business ecosystem.”
Eamonn Sayers, GEC Center Manager “This partnership will be a great asset to our member companies and the broader Irish startup ecosystem, which now has access to major tech hubs on the US East Coast. It represents an important introduction to capital companies and business development opportunities.”
A third MOU was signed between the New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), the Atlantic Institute of Technology (ATU) and Choice New Jersey. The cooperation will facilitate foreign direct investment, enhance the international competitiveness of New Jersey and Irish businesses, and support joint research and development in areas of common interest. Choose New Jersey serves as an interface to support ATU startup. ATU actively educates the community on the benefits of the New Jersey location. DEVCO will provide his ATU company with an office, lab, or co-working space at the New Jersey Innovation & Technology HUB in New Brunswick, free of charge for his six months.
Christopher Palladino, President, DEVCO “We look forward to a long and productive relationship with ATU. Our state-of-the-art facility can help ATU businesses find full-time homes in New Jersey.”
Dr. Orla Flynn “We look forward to working with Choose New Jersey and DEVCO to accelerate the growth of ATU-backed technology companies looking to expand their operations across the Atlantic.”
About Choice New Jersey
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