Upcoming NYC Tech Recruiting Events


cmu tech talent panel

There are two major tech recruiting events coming up for those interested in learning more about New York City's tech scene.

1. NYC Tech Talent Draft's First Ever Virtual Event

What: Come hear CTOs, CEOs and Founders of top NYC startups talk about their experiences in the booming NYC tech scene. Hear about NYC’s rapidly growing startup community, get an insider’s perspective on how to land a technical or business job/internship, learn about what it’s like to work for a startup, and hear about “a day in the life” of an NYC entrepreneur.
When: Tuesday, November 19, 6-7 pm 

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New York City's Digital Leadership


nyc digital roadmap

In 2011, Mayor Bloomberg introduced the City's first Digital Roadmap, a plan to make New York City the nation's number one digital city.

Less than three years later, with 100 percent of objectives complete, New York City’s Digital Leadership: 2013 Roadmap is the latest update. Led by NYC Digital, the report demonstrates the strides the City has made to date, driven by investments in infrastructure, education, open government, online engagement and technology sector support. Achievements include:

• Enabling 300,000 low-income residents to access the Internet and adopt service since the introduction of the first Digital Roadmap,


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Hurricane Sandy, One Year Later



Hurricane Sandy struck New York City one year ago this week. During and immediately following the storm, all agencies across City government mobilized to secure basic safety and services and help with initial recovery efforts.

In the days following the storm, NYCEDC worked with other City agencies to launch a suite of initiatives to help affected businesses get back on their feet as quickly as possible and, in turn, drive the recovery of neighborhoods across the City. While many New Yorkers continue to face challenges as a result of Hurricane Sandy, New York City as a whole has demonstrated a remarkable resilience over the past year.

Here are some of the ways...

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Hurricane Sandy

NYCEDC at Uncubed San Francisco


get uncubed blog

By Pasha Gol, Project Manager, Center for Economic Transformation

NYCEDC travelled to California last week to make the case for New York City tech. Over 700 people and 30 companies attended the San Francisco Uncubed Career Fair on October 17th, which included music, art, entertainment, and a series of panels on topics ranging from job search tips to startup founder’s stories. 

Startup representatives from five NYC-based companies joined NYCEDC to showcase NYC’s vibrant tech community on the West Coast. "Silicon City" representatives included...

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2012: A Look Back at Our Blog


Getting Ready for the Ball Drop

Another year has come and gone here on the NYCEDC blog and tumblr. We've brought you StatsBees and maps, exciting announcements and project updates, competitions and economic data. As we get ready to usher in a new year, we took a look back at our most popular blog posts of 2012!

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CTE Summer Scholar: Khaalid Ali


My name is Khaalid Ali, and I’m a rising senior at Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School in, Jamaica, Queens. This summer, I was given the opportunity to work as an intern within the Marketing department of New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), as part of Bank of America and the City’s pilot Career and Technical Education Summer Scholars Program. This program matches students in the field of information technology and engineering with host...

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Kicking Off the Summer Season at Coney Island!


B&B Carousell

Mayor Michael Bloomberg today announced the official opening of Coney Island for the summer season, including the grand opening of the new Steeplechase Plaza, a two-acre public open space featuring the restored B&B Carousell in a state-of-the-art pavilion. The Mayor also today announced the partial re-opening of the New York Aquarium, which was damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Steeplechase Plaza features the historic B&B Carousell, which includes 50 hand-carved horses that have been meticulously restored over the last six years. The carousel is housed in a new pavilion which opens up to the Boardwalk, and sits within open space that...

Read More Wins 2012 IMA Best in Class Award


IMA Award

We are happy to announce that our redesigned website won the 2012 IMA competition's Best in Class Award for the "B2B" category!

The Best in Class award is the highest honor bestowed by the Interactive Media Awards, which recognizes excellence in website design and development. It represents the very best in planning, execution and overall professionalism. In order to win this award level, our site had to successfully pass through the IMA’s comprehensive judging process, achieving very high marks in each of their judging criteria - an achievement only...

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Blueprint to Success



2012 participants of the Blueprint to Success Contractor Training Program. Click to enlarge.

Blueprint to Success, a contractor training program, provides in-depth and individualized technical assistance to certified M/W/DBE construction firms. The program is geared to meet their specific needs and address the business, financial, and technical management of their businesses.

Nineteen firms were selected to participate in the Blueprint to Success program, set to last until...

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2012 Summer Fancy Food Show



Deadline Extended to February 15th

NYC-based food manufacturing businesses, apply now for your chance to win an all-expense paid trip to showcase your product in a city-sponsored booth at the NASFT 2012 Summer Fancy Food Show!

The 2012 Summer Fancy Food Show is a premier international food trade event that is expected to connect more than 15,000 buyers to 250,000 specialty food products. As part of our continuing effort to strengthen the food manufacturing industry, NYCEDC has partnered with the

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