In response to the news that NYC transportation startup and New Lab member JUMP Bikes has been acquired by Uber, Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
In response to Spotify's direct-listing IPO on the New York Stock Exchange today, Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
The budget is making lots of news for important provisions, but it is also a really good budget for tech in New York State.
In response to the 2019 New York State budget that was passed over the weekend, Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
For Women’s History Month, we take a moment to spotlight five female founders building and growing companies that will empower, feed, and entertain us in the future.
During the next few weeks, New York’s state budget for 2019 should be finalized. We hope it continues to support autonomous vehicle testing in New York, keeping New York at the forefront of transportation innovation.
We have no doubt the future of tech will be centered here, in New York.
The fight for net neutrality isn't over, and New Yorkers are taking the lead once again to save it.
Incredible nonprofits have emerged in New York that are teaching tech skills, fostering entrepreneurship, and creating new career opportunities for underserved students and communities. These are some of the best.
Last night, Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered his fifth State of the City address. He used a large portion of his speech to talk about improving voting in NYC, which we agree needs urgent changes.
We’ve got big plans for celebrating and supporting New York’s inspiring tech scene in 2018. We hope you’ll join us.
In response to Governor Andrew Cuomo's new executive order "Ensuring Net Neutrality Protections For New Yorkers," Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
A new proposal from Governor Cuomo's Fix NYC advisory panel that details congestion pricing was released Friday. Here are the highlights.
With the new year in full swing, we’d like to introduce you to five of our member companies who have created products to help you meet your goals—professionally and personally—in 2018.
I am proud to join NYCx’s Technology Leadership Advisory Council, along with Tech:NYC friends and other leaders, including Brian O’Kelley, Fred Wilson, Kevin Ryan, and Michelle Peluso.
Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered his annual State of the State address yesterday, outlining his proposals to improve New York in the coming years. It was 93 minutes of dense policy and politics, which we’ve watched and analyzed to save you a little time.
In response to today's 2018 State of the State address by Governor Andrew Cuomo, Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
2017 was Tech:NYC’s first full year on the books, and it did not lack for excitement. Like so many of our members, Tech:NYC kept busy building and growing.
With the holidays upon us, we thought it would be fun to spotlight some of our most talented young e-commerce members this month.
In response to the FCCs decision to repeal the current net neutrality regulations, Tech:NYC has issued the following statement.
This November, we took a moment to be grateful for all the things that make New York an incredible place to build a tech company
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
Yesterday, the New York City Council passed first-of-its-kind legislation in the state to facilitate the implementation of online voter registration.
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.
One of the best things about the NYC tech community is the amazing group of women who have chosen to build and grow companies here.
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.
Today, we are pleased today to release a new study that shows the overall trends happening in the NYC tech community, including job growth, venture capital growth, and more.
On Tuesday, we saw for the first time the three NYC mayoral candidates square off. Unfortunately, tech, jobs, and the economy weren't discussed despite their importance.
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.
We are pleased to announce that more than 50 leaders in the New York tech community have all signed a letter urging Amazon to build its "HQ2" in NYC.