NYC Tech News for the week ending 12/12 featuring news for Beyond Identity, Splice, and much more including how to get a pair of Beats Headphones from our featured partner…
Vincent is the brainchild of Indiegogo founder Slava Rubin and former Indiegogo investing lead Evan Cohen. While launching more than 150 online crowdfunding raises, they realized the value of a search and aggregation layer to bring the emerging set of investment opportunities to interested investors. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Eric Cantor to learn more about how Vincent plans to transform the discovery of alternative investments, future plans, and first round of funding from investors that include Uncommon Denominator, humbition, ERA, and The Fund, as well as several strategic angels, including Jeff Fagnan, Alap Shah, and Lazslo Bock.
The latest venture capital, seed, pre-seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 12/8/2020 featuring funding details for Pico, Vincent, and much more.
While medical bills are notoriously expensive, it’s always surprising to open up a bill to find out after the fact that your insurance did not cover your latest medical service or that you received some unexpected charges. Addressing this problem is Flume Health, the NYC startup that empowers people with its transparent, third-party platform that offers […]
It’s that time again. Nominations are now open for AlleyWatch’s 2019 NYC Tech Influencers feature. Know someone amazing who belongs on this list? Nominate them today here. Nominations open until 12/15. Looking to drive targeted response from the NYC Tech community at scale? Learn more about partnering with AlleyWatch on this initiative here. A common chronic condition […]
Each week we bring you a handy guide to just a few of the events we think should not be missed. On any given night, there are too many events. You can’t attend all of them and neither should you, unless you’re a career socialite. For the week of April 15-21, here are our suggestions […]
Why do you angel invest / what got you into it? Jason Klein: I ran a national-local ad network, the Newspaper National Network, for nine years, starting with solely print and building it out into online. I had a lot of experience with tablets, mobile, Real Time Buying, etc. I then started thinking about how […]