With Thanksgiving later this week, we thought it made sense for this month’s companies to watch to focus on five of our members that are helping re-think how we interact with food
During Wednesday's final mayoral debate, there was no discussion of job creation, the economy, and how tech and other booming industries will support New York City for years to come.
New York’s tech community has an incredible array of female founders. For this month’s companies to watch, we are proud to feature five Tech:NYC member companies that were founded by women.
To help more women get their feet in the door at tech companies, Cornell Tech and the City University of New York have launched a new women-only winter internship program, called the Winternship.
This month’s companies to watch focuses on five Tech:NYC members that are embracing social good and making a real difference in their communities.
Even at its worst, New York City still has the best transit options in America. To keep it that way, we need to keep building a better public transit system for 10 or even 20 years down the line, while we address immediate problems.
We’ve started a new monthly feature to highlight five up-and-coming member companies each month. Check out our first five for August 2017.
We are incredibly disappointed by the Trump Administration's recent decision to file a brief arguing that the law should not protect LGBTQ individuals from workplace discrimination.
As anticipated, the Trump Administration has officially delayed the implementation of the International Entrepreneur Rule, a policy that would have allowed more immigrants to start businesses in the United States.
In response to the decision by the Supreme Court to allow parts of the Trump administration's travel ban on citizens of six countries to go into effect, Tech:NYC has offered the following statement.