A busy day in NYC funding with ten companies raising funding, representing over $300M in new cash.
A look at the future of retail and Mastercard’s role in powering next-generation commerce with the leaders at the forefront of innovation at Mastercard’s NYC Tech Hub.
Epidemics have shaped the development of urban settings – the plague in Athens, the Black Death in Rome, and Cholera outbreaks in the 1800s in London and New York. As society wrestles the effects of this pandemic, the world is reimaging on what life will look like Post-COVID including how cities, which comprise over half of the world’s population, will be affected in the near and long-term. Today, we chat with Miguel Gamino Jr., Executive Vice President for Global Cities at Mastercard, where he leads Global Cities and City Possible, connecting academia, government, and industry to foster inclusive sustainable urban development that’s reshaping the world we live in today and setting the foundation for tomorrow. He was kind enough to join us to provide some candid insight into the meaningful work that Mastercard is doing in New York and globally to address some of the challenges that cities face through partnerships, innovation, and data.
Mastercard has just unveiled the newest cohort for its award-winning Start Path program. Eleven innovative, later-stage, technology companies will work with Mastercard and its global network of experts for the next six months and beyond to scale their businesses. The program, founded in 2014, attracts startups that are post-Seed to Series A and has worked with 230 companies including Ellevest, Goalsetter, Revolut, Airwallex, and Signzy. Here are the 11 companies that you need to have on your radar…
Everything you need to need to know about the largest NYC startup funding rounds of Q2 2020; broken down by industry, stage, investors, and more…
An invaluable guide to everything you need to know from a legal perspective about raising a seed round of funding for your startup.
Effectively administrating the process for grants, awards, and scholarship applications is undoubtedly a challenge, with program managers required to juggle an influx of multi-format applications and multiple deadlines, all while maintaining consistent communication with both internal and external stakeholders. This doesn’t take the rigorous process of screening for quality or the judging process into account, […]