May 2014 NY Enterprise Tech Meetup: No Judgments, Just the Facts

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The Enterprise Tech Meetup was held at Cooley’s offices in Midtown this past Wednesday, and the format was a return to the usual four presentations rather than the judging format of last month.




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About the author: Willie Diaz

Willie graduated from CUNY Baruch College in 2013 with a degree in English and minors in entrepreneurship and anthropology. Born and raised in New York City, he also took courses in journalism and published articles with Baruch’s award winning online magazine Dollars & Sense.

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