EV-Box is the world's largest producer and supplier of charging stations for electric vehicles in Europe. Last month, it opened its first U.S. office in Downtown Brooklyn at the ACRE incubator in the Urban Future Lab, which is part of NYCEDC’s network of 17 incubators that foster entrepreneurship across New York City’s five boroughs.
3D Hubs, a Spring 2014 World to NYC delegate, raised $4.5 million in Series A funding last month to advance their mission and bring local 3D printing systems to the world. They also opened a New York office at the New Lab Space in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
NYCEDC today announced the latest delegation selected in the World to NYC Global Industry Challenge, a competitive program designed to help globally leading businesses establish operations in New York City, and local companies and community groups benefit from best practices from around the world.
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.
World to NYC's Smart and Sustainable Cities Challenge is looking for digitally-enabled technologies that will make cities more intelligent, efficient, and resilient by optimizing use of energy, resources, and the built environment. Have an idea? Applications are open.