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INDICATIVE
#NYCTech - The team consists of cofounders Jeremy Levy and Andrew Weinreich and Indicative is their third startup together. Indicative is a web and mobile analytics platform for making decisions – no coding required. After integrating with...
LETTRS
#NYCTech - Let’s face it: there are some things you just can’t communicate is 140 characters or less. Nor should you try. And now you don’t have to. Lettrs is the first mobile technology for traditional letter writing via...
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#NYCTech - You have to hand it to the New York investment community: not there’s no shortage of angels. New York is a social town, with panel discussions and presentations every week of the year and chances are, there are always at least one...
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#NYCTech - This week, we take a look at the state of venture capital and early stage funding in NYC and nationally over the last 10 quarters from the 2nd quarter of 2012 through the third quarter of 2014. Analyzing some publicly available data...
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Advice - Recently, a post about why angel investors do not make money garnered plenty of interest.  If you were an angel investor, you probably felt righteous indignation.  You might have thought that is fine for some cushy VC making his...
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#NYCTech - If you’re looking to disrupt any of these markets with location based technology… I’m there A number of NYC’s finest startups presented at the latest Entrepreneurs Roundtable at Microsoft’s west side offices, where guest...
AlleyWatch September 2014 New York and US Venture Capital & Angel Investment Report.001
#NYCTech - Today we take a look at the state of venture capital and angel funding during the all of September, both in New York and nationally. Analyzing some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, we break down the national...
AUTHOREA
#NYCTech - Authorea is a digital collaboration platform that encourages more immediate knowledge-sharing in the scientific research community. Think of it as a GitHub for that community, and considering that we’re talking science, think of...
PARCEL
#NYCTech - Online shopping is great but question: What good is even next-day delivery if you’re not home to receive the package? Not everyone has a doorman, which makes parcel deliveries something of a problem, and that’s that famous Last...
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#NYCTech - Angel investor and book author David S. Rose offers his tips for getting funding for a new business venture.
HowGood
#NYCTech - What happens when two brothers decide to create a simple tool for shoppers to use to identify the best, most nutritious (and sustainable) food products? That’s precisely what brothers Alexander and Arthur Gillett did and the...
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#NYCTech - On the heels of learning of a number of inspiring initiatives about women’s equality, including Emma Watson’s brilliant speech to the US General Assembly, and recently reading about some of the shameful circumstances facing women...
DIPJAR
#NYCTech - With so many people paying with plastic these days and not getting any change back, the tip jar is often overlooked - and what’s a barista to do? Speaking of change, DipJar is changing all of that. It’s a tip jar and donation box...
AlleyWatch New York and US Venture Capital & Angel Investment Report August 2014 .001
#NYCTech - Today we take a look at the state of venture capital and angel funding during the all of July, both in New York and nationally. Analyzing some publicly available data from our friends at CrunchBase, we break down the national...
CORD APP
#NYCTech - Don’t count out voice messaging quite yet. It just needed a bit of updating, and that’s where Cord comes in. Cord makes it easy to send a quick (up to 12 seconds) voice message via one-tap chat that makes texting seem Old...
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Advice - "Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with a 130 IQ.  Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing." -...

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