Archive for July, 2012

New York Tech Meetup Launched Annual Membership In Beta

Want to attend the New York Tech Meetup but just can’t get your hands on tickets?  Here’s good news for you: the organization has just launched a beta-stage annual membership. Being a member guarantees a priority in ticket selling. There will be an early ticketing process for members. They have 2 weeks to pay, if [...]

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Watchitoo Lets Viewers Be Part Of TV Shows

Don’t you wish you could be part of your favorite show? Watchitoo may just have the answer. The New York-based startup aims to redefine “Social TV” by bringing live videos of Internet fans and other commentators into TV broadcasts. The company can incorporate feeds from up to 25 webcam participants in an HD telecast. CEO Rony Zarom said [...]

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Founders Reveal Their Secret To Millions

The New York Tech Council brought together 4 successful entrepreneurs to reveal their secrets in building thriving companies. Here’s what they have to say: 1. Jennifer Walzer of BUMI (Back Up My Info) Walzer started her business in her own apartment. “I took a small business loan from the bank and I did max it out.  I [...]

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Cater2.me Now In NYC!

Food startups like Cater2.me, Eat Club, and ZeroCater are known for delivering great food for the working folks in San Francisco. But one of them just made its way to the Big Apple. Cater2.me recently announced expansion in NYC. The company has served more than 800,000 meals to companies such as Apple, Dropbox and Square. [...]

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Inubar Out Of Stealth Mode, Ready To Sell Pet Products

Pet lovers rejoice! New York Startup Inubar has just came out of stealth mode and is ready to serve your four-legged friends. Inubar is an e-tailer offers a selection of aesthetically designed products like toys, bedding and accessories for dogs. The company adds a new item each week. The site looks looks like a crossbreed of [...]

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PrePlay Gains $3.1 M IN Venture Funding

Preplay Sports, “the world’s first, best predictive game studio”, has just snagged $3.1 M in a Series A funding round. The round is led by Gary Vaynerchuk, host of Wine Library TV, RSE Ventures CEO Matt Higgins and other angel investors. But even before this new cash, the company has been doing well. It has [...]

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Adstruc in Big Billboard Business

  Adstruc is a New York-based startup for buying and selling outdoor advertising. This is like AdWords in meatspace. The company has been named one of Betabeat’s 10 Disruptive New York Startups back in 2011. But the company has been quiet since then. But the company has been very busy. In fact it now books billboards nationwide for [...]

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Clothia Adapts “Clueless” Concept Of Online Closets

Clothia is the startup every Clueless (a ’90s film) fan has been waiting for (all these years!) Yes, Cher Horowitz’s digital closet is real and now you can own one too! Clothia enables users to build an online closet with the clothes they own or the clothes they want to have. This allows them to get advice on [...]

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