NEW YORK--Last March 23, the On-Demand Economy meetup featured Button, Managed by Q and Minibar at the Animoto offices in midtown Manhattan.
NEW YORK--How would you like your bike to guide your way with navigation lights? Hammerhead wants to lead the way with this idea. How would you like virtual reality as a productivity tool? IrisVR aspires to make that a seamless experience.
These were just two of the presenters at Hardwired NYC’s meetup last March 24 at Quirky at 28th West and 11th Avenue. The others were Brilliant Bike, American Prison Data Systems and Wink.
NEW YORK—Silicon Alley is extending all the way to Queens, as the Digital.NYC Five-Borough tour made its stop at the La Guardia Community College last March 26 at La Guardia Community College. An initiative of Mayor Bill de Blasio, digital.nyc is the city’s online hub for all things tech and startups.
NEW YORK--Last March 19 at the Lee Hecht Harrison law offices, Anna Garcia of 37 Angels, a community of women angel investors; Michael Beller of CoVenture; and Judith Feder of Harvest Capital talked about the many ways you can find investors in the city.
NEW YORK—Last March 17, Data-Driven NYC featured companies that offer an online survey for data-driven decisions; a smart prediction technology for easier mobile typing; an open-source distributed time-series database ; and a Big Data hosting service to more than 500 attendees at the Bloomberg offices.
NEW YORK--Last March 18, App Nexus held a talk featuring some of New York’s top technology leaders who talked about their experiences, work and love for the city. The speakers were Minerva Tantoco, CTO of New York City; Lucille Mayer, managing director and CIO, Bank of New York Mellon; Camille Fournier, CTO of Rent the Runway and Catherine Williams, chief data scientist of AppNexus.
NEW YORK--LendEDU was the night’s startup winner/presenter at ER Roundtable’s meetup last March 16 at Microsoft.
NEW YORK--Nearly every night, there’s a demo or tech meetup happening in the city. If you’re a morning person, you will like NYC Tech Breakfast. At this monthly breakfast get-together, startups do show-and-tell demos start at 8 a.m. and end at 9:30 a.m.
NEW YORK—General Assembly hosted a fireside chat featuring two young millennial disruptors-- female venture capitalists and entrepreneurs Colette Young and Samantha Smith last March 11 at the Hudson Hotel.
How do you protect your customers, company and brand? At the IoT Central meetup on security at General Assembly last March 12, Atmel’s Dan Ujvari put it this way: it’s all about the CIA. Well, not the intelligence agency but this: “confidentiality of messages, integrity of transmissions and authentication of messages.”