NEW YORK--Last September 30, Tech in Motion deviated from its usual show-and-tell meetup presentations for an exposition of startups with cocktails at Ainsworth Midtown East. The startups on exhibit were beGlammed, GoButler, FlyCleaners, Zeel and ZIRX, all riding on the popularity of uber and the way it’s propping up the sharing economy.
NEW YORK--How do you become a digital nomad? If you care to listen to the speakers of Cafe Numerique (Beligan for digital), you’ll find out how the world is getting smaller the way people from all over the world are finding each other, doing business and sharing ideas.
NEW YORK--Last September 17, the Brooklyn Borough Hall was the setting for the International Day, the last of the four-day international Transatlantic Entrepreneur (TEP) conference which brought together investors, entrepreneurs, media and policy makers from the US, Asia and Europe. .
NEW YORK--Scott Heiferman is perhaps the most unassuming CEO and co-founder you’ll ever meet in this city. For someone who runs one of the city’s earliest and most successful startups, meetup.com, which was formed 13 years ago, he still considers his company a startup. His company, he says, is older than most startups. It’s older than Google Maps, older than Facebook,-- heck, older than Friendster and yet, he pauses to think if he's still a startup.
SAN FRANCISCO--Last September 10, OLC attended UXNight at Yelp’s office in this city, where Hannah Alvarez spoke about writing great copy for YX.
NEW YORK--Last September 9, OLC attended a fireside chat with Stephane Dubois at the Startup house in San Francisco.
NEW YORK--Twitter’s Adam Sharp, Head of News, Government and Elections and Niketa Patel, News Partnerships Manager were the speakers at Conversations, a series of open discussion held by NY Daily News Innovation Lab, at Microsoft last September 9. It was also a way for Twitter to drum up support for its upcoming Project Lightning, a curated feed of tweets.
NEW YORK--When every tech meetup seems to be covered at night, count NY Tech Breakfast counts on the early risers to come to its monthly event, now held at Microsoft for the second month. Last September 8, NY Tech Breakfast featured PolicyGenius, Proscape, TableSwipes and LawGo.
All too often, commercial office spaces are all the same. White walls, cubicles and crowded break rooms have become the typical American office space. As we enter a period where efficiency and cost cutting dominates the business realm, employers are looking to get the most out of each hire. This is why now is a perfect time to see how your physical office space contributes to the efficiency of the workers in your office. If your building owner doesn’t allow the following modifications, it may be time to move to a new office space. When that is not necessary. Use the tips below, which are based on recent studies, outlining the differences in workers moods and energy levels when each action is taken.