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Founded in 2011, Onswipe is a New York City-based tablet publishing company that creates customized mobile sites for web publishers. Before starting Onswipe, founder Jason Baptiste worked on Cloudomatic, a business web app store that was acquired in 2011 with his business partner.
Since then, Onswipe has taken off, as documented on TechStars, Bloomberg TV's documentary series which featured companies that were part of TechStars' New York City accelerator in 2011.
Jason ...Read More
By Andrew O'Shaughnessy, Tech and Bioscience Project Manager, Center for Economic Transformation
This week, 90 entrepreneurs and healthcare leaders attended a standing-room-only information session for Pilot Health Tech NYC at The Alexandria Center for Life Science – NYC.
Last year's Pilot winners joined Lenzie Harcum, VP of NYCEDC’s Center for Economic Transformation, and Jean-Luc Neptune, SVP at Health 2.0, on a panel to share their experiences...Read More
As New York City kicks off New York Fashion Week (NYFW) , we are happy to announce—with Mayor de Blasio and First Lady McCray—the seven inaugural winners of the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative (FMI).
FMI is a $3 million public-private program, co-administered by NYCEDC and Council of Fashion Designers of America, that supports and promotes growth of small businesses in the city’s fashion and manufacturing sectors.
The seven winners will receive grants ranging from $46,000 to $150...Read More
Over 70 students attended Tech Talent Draft's Startup Panel at Columbia University this Tuesday evening. Technology execs from six NYC startups joined Center for Economic Transformation's EVP Eric Gertler for a discussion of the various job opportunities available at their respective companies. The panelists included:
Founded in 2008, NewsCred is a NYC-based content marketing startup that just raised $25 million to expand its offerings to more languages. With 4,500 publishing partners, 120 employees, and a new office alongside Twitter, the company is helping the journalism industry to create a new, sustainable business model.
NewsCred founders...Read More
Sailthru is a personalized marketing communications company headquartered here in New York City. To date, the company has raised $48 million in funding. Last year, it ranked #30 on on INC.'s list of the 5000 fastest-growing companies. Founded in 2008, Sailthru has grown from its original employee—founder Neil Capel, pictured below—to 145 employees across four offices in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and London.
Neil talked to us about about Sailthru's fun and vibrant workplace culture.
The City boasts continued, record-high private sector employment, surpassing a record set more than four decades ago. Supported by employment growth in the outer boroughs, the City has recovered 338% of private-sector jobs lost during the recent recession, outpacing the nation. And thanks, in part, to NYCEDC’s efforts over the past several years to diversify our City’s economy, we have seen encouraging growth in new sectors like technology and life sciences, which will help New York City maintain its competitive edge for...Read More
We are pleased to announce that NYCEDC’s Industrial Desk will be launching the Industrial Newsletter next month.
The monthly e-newsletter will inform readers about:
The newsletter will also highlight programs and incentives available for startups or large, established business.Read More
This year's class of NYC Venture Fellows consists of 28 entrepreneurs representing startups originating from five different countries, as well as a diverse cross-section of industries such as media, enterprise software, biotech, education, financial services, and real estate. They are: