Businesses and companies now have an advocate for promoting
internet services and products to spur new economic growth
Connecticut based Internet Service Providers formed their
own Connecticut non-stock corporation, non-profit business
association to promote the development of Internet and other
online services as a business and the common business interests
of those engaged in the industry.
actively represents its members' interests before the Connecticut
state Legislature and state agencies and works to foster the
use of the Internet by the public, including support for telecommunications
in schools, libraries, government and the workforce.
ability of Connecticut companies to grow and be globally competitive
requires cutting edge information technology," said Andrew
Lindh, of CTISPA's board of directors. "Working
with our fellow internet companies, government and companies
that need our product, we can build an even stronger economy
here in Connecticut."