Paris is a fixture on the list of top destination spots, but did you know that it's also one of the top business and tech ecosystems in the world? We recently launched the NYC-Paris Business Exchange, a program to help up to ten companies from each city expand their businesses to the partner city.
NYC Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen met with Amsterdam Deputy Mayor Kajsa Ollongren to discuss opportunities for collaboration between the two cities. As a result of the meeting, New York City and Amsterdam will work together to facilitate the exchange of startup companies in the tech and the creative sectors.
World to NYC is about bringing the world’s opportunities to New Yorkers by connecting the global technology industry with NYC’s businesses, government agencies, and fellow citizens. This fall's program focuses on using digitally-enabled technologies to make cities more intelligent, efficient, equitable, and resilient.
Do you have a technology that can reduce building energy use & operating costs? The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services is partnering with World to NYC to help find companies to participate in its newly-launched Innovative Demonstrations for Energy Adaptability (IDEA) program.
There are more than 46,000 international students in NYC, with more than half originating from China, South Korea, and India. StatsBee looks at the top countries of origin among international students in NYC.