Hartford Business Journal

November 5, 2018

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GREATER HARTFORD'S BUSINESS NEWS WWW.HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM VOLUME 26 • NUMBER 43 $3.00 NOVEMBER 5, 2018 Executive Profi le In the competitive livery-services industry, Michael Lindsey has paired his 30-year-old limo business with technology companies. PAGE 17 THE LIST: Largest credit unions in Connecticut Newsmakers Bruce Carlson, President & CEO, Connecticut Technology Council. PAGE 3 PAGE 12 Silicon Valley East A new Farmington coder school is trying to bolster Greater Hartford's future tech workforce. PAGE 14 Going Green Amid funding cuts, an Enfi eld manufacturer says a state-promoted, energy-effi ciency program is a worthy investment. PAGE 8 Alternative Capital A small but growing number of Connecticut startups are turning to crowdfunding for investment. PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED (From left to right) Andy Culp, Bill Ottman, Peter Schwartz and Jack Ottman work at tech startup Mind, which has raised over $1 million through crowdfunding.

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