Etsy and Virtu Financial began trading on the Nasdaq today. But they are not the only New York City-based tech companies that have recently achieved high valuations. A number of companies have also been valued at more than $600 million in private rounds and may be potential candidates for future IPOs.
Mayor Bloomberg presented “A Stronger, More Resilient New York,” the comprehensive and ambitious report that analyzes the city’s climate risks and outlines recommendations to protect neighborhoods and infrastructure from future climate events.
A new Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research report, "Hot Spots 2025: Benchmarking the Future Competitiveness of Cities,” commissioned by Citi, reveals that New York City is expected to continue to be the most competitive city globally in 2025.
When you invest in your employees, everybody wins. Enter the NYC Business Innovation Challenge, designed to help businesses better engage their employees to drive higher productivity and increased revenues.
NYC Department of Small Business Services and NYCEDC announced more than $11 million in loans approved for small businesses through the City’s Emergency Loan Fund, which was made available just days after Hurricane Sandy.