‘Events’ Archive

Free Passes to Think Commerce Summit, December 4th

Group Commerce, a tech (“not so much anymore”) startup, is hosting the Think Commerce Summit, which focuses on the collision of content and commerce in the tech industry. They’ve lined up some great speakers including Jon Millier, Bob Pittman, Ben Lerer, and many others from leading tech and media companies. The conference is December 4th [...]

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NYTM Women’s Demo Night Puts The Spotlight On Girl Power

Startup Meetups are always filled with eager men with bright ideas. But where are the women? That’s maybe what Jessica Lawrence, managing director of New York Tech Meetup thought when she decided to launch the second Change the Ratio and NYTM Women’s Demo night on Tuesday. Lawrence admitted that she had apprehensions. “In some ways,” she said, “having [...]

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Kickstarter and @radical.media “Made It” in NYC

@radical.media, a media production company and Kickstarter, the crowd sourced financing website, was one of the awardees honored in the Made in NY awards last Monday. the people and companies were honored for “making it” in NYC. The event took place at Gracie Manson On its 7th year, the Made in NY Awards was an [...]

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F.ounders Moves Annual Event To New York

F.ounders has been making history by bringing together global startups from different parts of the globe (Silicon Valley, New York, Asia, Europe, and South America). It has been held in Dublin every October alongside the Dublin Web Summit. Now, it is moving to the home of numerous budding startups, New York City. The event is [...]

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Charity Ping Pong Showdown At General Assembly Happens This Saturday

A veritable Who’s Who of the tech scene will be battling it out on table tennis for Backspin 2011 come Saturday afternoon. The Backspin NYC event is a collaborative partnership between Techies Give Back and Peter Ha, who ‘s an editor of The Daily when he’s not rallying the troops for a good cause. The [...]

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Get To Know Who Presented At NY Tech Meetup This Month

Aside from the extensive presenter interviews here at NY Tech Blog for next week’s highly anticipated Tech Mixer at Crimson, an earlier Meetup at Kimmel Center attracted its fair share of technologists. The social media ecosystem is vast and proof of this are the interesting startups that showed the Kimmel Center crowd (700 strong) what [...]

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Hundreds To Attend Boxee Box Launch Party

In keeping with Boxee tradition, a launch party will uh, launch at Irving Plaza on November 10 to celebrate Boxee’s soon-to-be consummated partnership with DLink. The red hot event will also showcase a demo of the Boxee Box on Boxee 1.0—its newest software—to entice those attending what a great buy Boxee is. Adding to the good news, Boxee [...]

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Tech Founders To Boost NY Startup Scene (Plus A Few Other Events)

Tech Founders NYC took over AOL headquarters today to hear what the young guns of the Big Apple’s tech-startup scene are pitching. Since their avowed mission is to assist in getting startups off the ground, the meet at AOL (770 Broadway, at the sixth floor) brought five entrepreneurs before a panel of programmers who are [...]

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Card.biz Offers Snazzy Online Business Card, Launches In NYC

Paris-based entrepreneur Pascal-Emmanuel Cobry announced yesterday the launch of Card.biz, a website that allows users to create a comprehensive online business card for networking purposes. Already touted by Cobry as “a simple elegant tool that makes your life easier,” Card.biz seeks to unify its users’ various contact addresses—from your Facebook profile to email—and make them [...]

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Open Hardware Summit Coming To The World Fair Grounds

While many of you folks might be familiar with open source software, the hardware version hasn’t gotten as much attention as its digital counterpart. The Open Hardware Summit aims to change all that.  This first Summit will be held at the New York Hall of Science at The World Fair Grounds on the 23rd of [...]

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