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Hardwired assembles most interesting mix of startups so far

NEW YORK—Hardwired’s 19th meetup last April 22  might just have assembled the most interesting mix of startups so far —a drone that collects data fast, a pet activity and health monitor, a virtual reality content creator and—are you ready?—a new of growing meat. Not your typical tech meetup in the city, folks.

April 26, 2015 | Events & Recaps | comment (0)
Tech Day draws thousands of attendees to 400 startups

NEW YORK--More than 400 startups pitched to 10,000 attendees at the fourth-year of the largest annual tech fair called Tech Day. The event showcased startups in various industries such as education and e-commerce, design and deliveries, food and fashion, music and things mobile as well as that services catering to them like co-working spaces, immigration and recruitment companies.  

April 25, 2015 | Events & Recaps | comment (0)’s Amy is focused on perfecting scheduling technology

NEW YORK--In a multitasking world, founder Dennis Mortensen likes Amy to do one thing but to do it better than anyone else. That means better than humans, because she is an “it” or artificial intelligence, to be exact.  Amy or is a personal assistant who schedules for you.

April 24, 2015 | Events & Recaps | comment (0)
Designing museums and pay phone booths

NEW YORK--Last April 22, a new venue emerged from the meetups gaining popular steam in springtime New York, just as the Tribeca Film Festival was rolling its week-long fest of indie and alternative films. It had the same makeup as the tech meetup talks, except it was held at the De Niro-propelled film center and headlined Designing Innovation.  

April 24, 2015 | Events & Recaps | comment (0)
Floored’s Protofit allows brokers to use its 3D engine; Ceros disrupts Adobe Creative Cloud

NEW YORK--Last April 14, the Data Driven Meetup featured How Liu, founder and CEO of Airtable;  Scott Crunch, co-founder and CEO of Mark43; Bob Muglia, CEO of Snowflake and Emil Eifrem, founder and CEO of Neo Technologies at the Bloomberg offices.

April 18, 2015 | Events & Recaps | comment (0)

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The fastest way to an emerging tech company’s heart is through its venture capitalist.

Such has been the modus operandi of Jack Petrie, the President of who has amassed a list of clients that reads like a veritable who’s who of Silicon Alley. He’s found these clients through contacts and clients of his in venture capital.

“I [find] that usually I can connect the dots with a lot of these companies with relationships I have with V.C. firms and people I have met through the community,” said Mr. Petrie, 50.

PulsePoint, Clearspring and Jingle Networks have all found new office space through the aid of Mr. Petrie.

Young firms like Sailthru, a behavioral email marketing service, and GramercyOne, a cloud-based software development firm, recently secured seed money from venture capitalists and tabbed Mr. Petrie to find them 15,000 square feet and 5,000 square feet of office space, respectively.

He helped Amazon expand to 60,000 square feet of space at 1350 Avenue of the Americas this year—and the online retail giant is counting on him for future growth... view more