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Rogers Corp. named top tech company



Published September 17, 2013
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Rogers Corporation has been named one of the top 40 tech companies in Connecticut by the Marcum Tech Top 40.

The annual award, presented by Marcum LLP, one of the largest independent accounting and advisory services firms in the U.S., is given to the top 40 fastest growing technology companies in Connecticut.  Having achieved this accomplishment, Rogers Corporation will be honored with all of the 2013 winning companies on Thursday, September 26 at the Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT.

The annual award is given based on the percentage revenue growth over the previous four years in six categories; Advanced Manufacturing, Energy/Environmental Technologies, Life Sciences, New Media/Internet/Telecom Technologies, IT Services and Software. To qualify for the Marcum Tech Top 40, companies must have had operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 2009 and $3 million in 2012; be headquartered in Connecticut, and own proprietary technology or proprietary intellectual property that contributes to a significant portion of the company’s revenues, or devotes a significant proportion of revenues to the research and development of technology.

According to Bob Daigle, Rogers’ chief technology officer, the company’s advancements in technology are derived from a culture that nurtures innovation and is backed by sustained investment in research and development. Says Daigle, “We are pleased to be recognized for the work we do, and for the contributions we are making in multiple categories. It’s an exciting time for Rogers as we are investing in a new Innovation Center and are ramping up our focus on next-generation materials to address the challenges of emerging technologies. We absolutely intend to continue collaborating with leading innovators in materials science to develop new, innovative solutions as we help create a cleaner, safer, more connected world.”

For more information on the Marcum Tech Top 40 awards, visit the Connecticut Technology Council at www.ct.org.
 


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