On Wednesday, April 9th, OLC attended the MIT Enterprise Forum at the Anchin, Block & Anchin offices at 1375 Broadway New York, NYC. The evening was made possible by StartupNY and Anchin, Block & Anchin for hosting the event. Mary Howard, Principal, Design Technologies, Board Member of the MIT Enterprise Forum was the Panel Moderator for the evening. Panelist speakers included Steve Cohen, Senior VP and Deputy Commissioner for the Community Economic Development Corporation, Dr. Eva Cramer, PhD and Professor in Cell Biology, VP for Biotechnology and Scientific Affairs at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Donald Giampietro, Assistant Commissioner of Business Incentives at the NYC Department of Small Business Services, and Andras Forgacs, Founder at Modern Meadow.
On 4/10 Thursday evening, OLC attended Meetup event “WebRTC: Server side solutions & Wix.com shares Twilio client WebRTC successes” hosted by Twilio in their spacious San Francisco headquarter on Harrison Street.
On Tuesday, April 8th, OLC attended “Startup Boost featuring: Startup Showcase” held at Mercy College at 66 West 35th Street, Suite 704, New York City. The evening was made possible by Millard Harmony Group, Iron and Blood, BluePay Processing, and supporting media partners AlleyWatch and LiveCube. Professor Wazi, an educator and graduate of Stanford Business School and Wharton/Penn, moderated the panel and Ali Hamed introduced CoVenture to the audience.
We’ve seen many tenants recently lose time and money due to their lack of understanding of tenant improvement and construction project terminology. In our ongoing mission to eliminate the opacity of commercial real estate jargon, we will tackle some of the jargon associated with construction and/or tenant improvements. That said, here are five things every tenant needs to know:
On Thursday April 10 2014, OLC Attended the Senators Club meetup in San Francisco at RocketSpace where Aaron Ross talked about how to build a scalable outbound sales machine.
On Monday, April 7th, OLC attended the “Girls Raising April Event” held at the XO Group at 195 Broadway, New York, NY. The evening was made possible by AlleyWatch and featured presentations by a variety of women founders and a panel of female entrepreneurial trailblazers including Carley Roney, Founder & COO of XO Group Inc., Natalia Oberti Noguera, Founder & CEO of Pipeline Fellowship, Soraya Dorabi, Founder of Zady, and Reshma Saujani, Founder of Women Who Code. Below is a brief rundown of the startups presenting.
How many ads were served in 2008? Zero! Fast forward to 2014 and the total ads served are now close a hundred billion a day. As a result, ad technology companies in lower Manhattan have become a hotbed of technology, delivery and marketplace, focused on solving technical challenges at massive scale.
On Wednesday, April 2nd, OLC attended the “Startups, Eh?: Another Canadian Tech Showcase with VentureOutNY” at Toshi's Living Room at 9 West 26th Street, New York, NY. The evening was made possible by VentureOut Canada II and a lightening pitch round of 9 startups. The investor panel included Eric Martineau-Fortin, Managing Partner of White Star Capital, Kelly Hoey, Co-Founder of Women Innovate Mobile, Brad Harrison, Managing Partner of Scout Ventures, and Lucas Nelson, Principal of Gotham Ventures. Here’s a brief rundown of the startups presenting.
A typical New York meetup night usually hosts many startup presentations (seven or more most of the time) and not much about investors alone. At Gotham Media last April 8, it was refreshing to see no startups, just venture capitalists taking the limelight to talk about funding, trends and the challenges facing startups.
On Monday, March 31st, OLC attended “Disruptive Technologists in NYC: Digital Media: TV, Video and Publishing” held at the ATT AdWorks Lab, New York, NY.