Today we speak with the award winning marketer and CMO at Albert, Amy Inlow. Formerly the CMO at Tracx, Amy has successfully brought AI marketing to…
Are you a woman in NYC Tech and interested in participating in this series? Make sure to read the whole article… Much has been said and written about the lack of women in the tech sector, be it as investors (or associates), founders, or in management positions at major companies. Is the problem the old […]
Today we hear from entrepreneur Erika Mozes and her journey to cofounding Hyr, the hiring and staffing platform. Beginning a career as a lobbyist Erika found herself working for large corporations like Coca-Cola an McDonalds before eventually moving to NYC to start Hyr.
Our inspiration came from the need for change in the recruitment space, an industry that’s hungry for innovation! Before us, there was no true way to efficiently recruit…
Whether you are keeping with your New Years resolutions or not, everyone needs more time at the gym. But when reality catches up and you stop going, it’s almost always due to its inconvenience. With TRN, there is no inconvenience. TRN goes out of their way to work with your schedule and meet you wherever […]
Years ago, I had a conversation with a barista at my favorite coffee shop about how her real wage had drastically fallen due to a decline in cash tips. She had once collected $4-$5 per hour in cash tips, and that money had gone away as customers shifted from cash to plastic to pay.
It’s a subscription-based streaming service designed to help creatives locate those styles and sounds they need, using searchable keywords or terms denoting specific musical characteristics. It’s music search that speaks your language.
Yesterday, we learned that Steve Schlafman, principal at Lerer Ventures was jumping ship to join RRE Ventures at the end of the summer. According to his Tumblr, Steve will be focused on Series A investments at RRE. We wish Steve the best of luck at his new role and his upcoming nuptials. We can’t help […]
The mayoral race is heating up in NYC with Christine Quinn and Anthony Weiner neck and neck according to recent polls. The next mayor of the greatest city in the word has big shoes to fill. Earlier in the week, we covered the candidates and their outlooks on technology in New York in Bloomberg’s got […]
Hot off of the Tumblr acquisition, Silicon Alley sees another big deal. Just yesterday it was announced that MakerBot was being acquired by Stratasys, representing some significant consolidation in the red hot 3-D printing space. The deal has an initial value of $403 million with a potential upside of over $600 million based on some […]
Former Managing Director at Techstars NYC, Eugene Chung was shown the door at TechStars just two weeks before Demo Day earlier this week. Nicole Glaros, who worked alongside Chung, is now steering the ship. Ms. Glaros was a Managing Director of TechStars’ flagship program in Boulder, Colorado prior to moving to New York in January. […]