NYC Tech News for the week of 7/22/18 to 7/28/18 featuring news for Classpass, GroundTruth, Camber Creek, + much, much more…
Each week we bring you some of the notable startup fundings from the previous week in a clear, concise, easy-to-read report to keep you on top of things. For the week ending 7/28/18, we feature the following startups:
Here are the latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 7/24/18. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.
Since the settlement of New York in the 17th century, the city’s economy has been rooted in commerce. In fact, the thriving beaver population in the region and the immense demand for beaver pelts in Europe led to the creation of the trading colonies in the New World. Over the last 400+ years, trade has […]
“By far the most common mistake startups make is to solve problems no one has.” – Paul Graham The first step in building a product people love is to identify a problem that some group of people have. Solutions to clearly solve customers’ pains make for the most compelling propositions. You don’t need to begin […]
You might say Craig Shapiro is one of the busiest entrepreneurs around, since he’s been involved with seven companies in various high-powered roles since 1999, often working with many of them at the same time. But it certainly hasn’t burned him out. In 1999, Shapiro started working as an account executive in business development at […]
Today, we speak to Noah Glass, founder and CEO of OLO, an online and mobile ordering provider for the foodservice industry. What does “Made in NY™” mean to you and your company? For me, “Made in NY™” means that my company is contributing to the booming NYC technology scene. In it’s original form “GoMobo.com“, […]
Today, we pit General Assembly against SkillShare. Both are redefining the way knowledge is consumed for the better and are hotbeds of learning. Who wins – the General Assembly or SkillShare? Sound off in the comments below…