Mark Your Calendars and Register Early!

Join NJTC and DaVinciTek for the third quarterly breakfast series at Urban Table in downtown Morristown. The presentations are inspired by the daily advances in technology that affect our lives in countless ways. The breakfast program includes a featured speaker, two elevator pitches by NJTC member companies and networking time.

Featured Speaker
Dennis M. Bone, Director
Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship, Montclair State University

A high-profile New Jersey business and telecommunications technology leader, Bone was the president and CEO of Verizon New Jersey from 2000 to 2012. On January 7 of this year he was appointed inaugural director of its Feliciano Center for Entrepreneurship at the School of Business at Montclair State University. Bone, holds an MBA from Rutgers University and an MS from Johns Hopkins University. is an active volunteer whose current service commitments include chairing the New Jersey State Employment and Training Commission and serving on the Boards of the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning, and the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce.

Robert Bales
CEO, DataMotion, Inc.

A successful entrepreneur, Bob has served on DataMotion’s advisory board and brings his proven leadership skills and in-depth knowledge of technical and business strategies.

Special Guest
Timothy Dougherty
Mayor of Morristown

NJTC and DaVinciTek are honored to have Timothy Dougherty, Mayor of Morristown as a special guest speaker who will be available for networking before and after the program.

Take note that this will be the last breakfast series event of 2013, so don’t miss it!

You can view photos from the May 14 and July 9 events featuring keynote speakers Dr. Don Sebastian (Sr. VP, R&D from NJIT) and Dr. Craig Cuyar (Global CIO from Cushman and Wakefield) on our Facebook page!


Date: October 8, 2013

Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Urban Table
40 West Park Place
Morristown, NJ 07960

Upcoming Breakfast Series Dates: January 2014

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