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A historic culinary destination on the Lower East Side, Essex Street Market is home to more than 20 independent merchants. Over the next few months, we will feature the characters that make up the bustling corner of Delancey and Essex Street.
Peasant Stock is a family-owned business that serves freshly-made soups. Patrons can often find owner Christine Juritsch and daughter Emma brewing on-site with homemade stock and quality ingredients. We spoke with Christine about her first three months at the market.
Have you ever received a beautifully adorned invitation in your inbox? Chances are, the company behind it was Paperless Post, a Made in NY startup launched in 2009 by siblings Alexa and James Hirschfeld.
Known for its distinctive, customizable designs for online and paper stationery, Paperless Post makes it easy to communicate expressively for any event, whether it be daily correspondence or milestone life events.
The company is quickly growing. Last year, it relocated and expanded operations to 115 Broadway in Lower Manhattan. As the ...Read More
Last year, over 40 innovator teams submitted proposals for health pilot projects to Pilot Health Tech NYC. eCaring was one of 10 winning projects.
In conjunction with Pace University, eCaring was able to test its new web-based care management and monitoring system among Henry Street Settlement's retirement community in the Lower East Side.
Founder and CEO Robert Herzog talked to us about the need for this new type of patient monitoring system, the talent he's looking for, and why eCaring is proud to be in NYC.
Are you going to South by Southwest (SXSW) this year?
Heralded as one of the nation's ultimate music, film, and interactive conferences, SXSW kicks off this Friday, March 7 in Austin, Texas.
We're happy to support New York Tech Meetup (NYTM) as it brings a piece of the Big Apple to the Interactive portion of SXSW.
Join NYTM on Saturday, March 8 as...Read More
HowAboutWe was founded in 2010 as a dating site, but it's now officially a media company as well. Last month, HowAboutWe acquired Nerve.com and launched HowAboutWe Media, a new independent media network with four online publications devoted to the topic of modern love. Though the company no longer focuses strictly on dating, its purpose remains the same: reflecting and celebrating the basic values underlying the pursuit of love.
HowAboutWe co-founders Brian Schecter and Aaron Schildkrout, who have been friends since high school, shared their thoughts on what it's like to work at their company.
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
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 Shafqat Islam, Iraj Islam, and Asif Rahman share what it's like to work at their fun-loving media tech company.
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: