Doing business in Connecticut is still revolutionary.
It’s the revolutionary spirit of Connecticut, working hard and smart to drive innovation
Doing Business in CT is Still Revolutionary September 14th
In Alexion Pharmacueticals, Pratt & Whitney and ESPN you can see the revolutionary spirit of Connecticut. CT works hard and smart…in hundreds of businesses large and small...to drive
innovation and create 20,000 new jobs in these tough times.
Chuck Pagano talks about ESPN's past and future in Connecticut
Innovation at ESPN September 16th
Exploring the beginnings of legendary sports network, ESPN, we discover their base in innovation and what keeps the Connecticut company sharp and ahead of the curve.
President of Nufern, Martin Seifert explains the unique environment at the company.
Building a Business at Nufern September 16th
Nufern is a team of motivated and accomplished people focused on making the world’s best application-specific (specialty) optical fibers and getting them to the market such that our customers can be the most successful customers. Founder and president of the company, Martin Seifert explains the important role that the state of Connecticut has had in the success of his business.
Scott DeFelice describes the impact that OPM has on medical advancements worldwide.
OPM Engineers Unparalleled Medical Plastics in CT September 16th
Whether working to produce green energy, make planes lighter, make silicon chips faster or develop medical polymers that improve human health, our intimate knowledge of PEKK has allowed OPM to be deeply and directly involved with the challenges limiting human development and sustainability.
Introduction to Connecticut's Alexion Pharmaceuticals
Alexion Pharmaceuticals September 16th
Connecticut is companies like Alexion Pharmaceuticals, ranked by Forbes Magazine as the second-most innovative company in the world for its groundbreaking work in treating patients with severe and ultra-rare diseases. Most of all, Connecticut is a revolutionary spirit of success — one that has lead us to create over 20,000 new jobs in these tough times.
Flemming Tinker, explains the exemplary industry and business practices at Aperture.
Aperture October 2nd
Aperture Optical Sciences Inc.’s mission is to provide its customers with solutions by providing optical components, systems and optically driven technologies that will fuel the growth of their businesses in the US, Japan, Europe and Asia.
Aetna expands health care coverage through community collaboration
Aetna Insurance October 2nd
Floyd Green discusses the impact of and enviroment at Aetna and the community efforts made to engage all people and close the health coverage gap.
Rob Friedland discusses Proton OnSite's expert innovation and homebase in Connecticut
Proton OnSite October 11th
Proton OnSite is a global leader in hydrogen energy and innovative gas solutions. Since 1996, they have been developing and applying hydrogen technology in creative and practical ways that best meets the diverse requirements of their customers.
Director of Ship's Management, Stan Gwudz describes the passion & inspiration that is GDEB
General Dynamics Electric Boat October 23rd
Electric Boat has developed and maintained a reputation for leadership in a demanding industry that is defined by innovation, high technology, and the rigorous application of unrelenting quality standards.
Lego's creative history sets a precedent for its future.
Lego November 5th
President of Lego, Soren Torp Laursen talks about the beginnings of the company, business philosophy, creative environment and the influence that Connecticut has had on the household institution.
Blue Sky animation studios foster an encouraging work environment in Connecticut
Blue Sky November 27th
COO and Executive Vice President, Brian Keane explains the fun and encouraging environment at Blue Sky digital animation studios and the important role that Connecticut has played in its success.