NYCtech Week in Review 551951119

first_imgWith so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News for the week ending 5/11 including the NYC startup fundings, NYC startup exits, and NYC Tech events including news for Journey Meditation, VTS, Noom, and much more…USE THE ARROWS BELOW TO NAVIGATEZendesk is bringing more than 1,000 industry leaders together for a full day of everything CX on May 22 in NYC. Mingle with other executives at our happy hour and get advice on trends in your industry, plus product-focused sessions, and in-person access to experts and partners.  ALL FOR FREE – REGISTER NOWPREVIOUS POST1 / 14NEXT PAGE #NYCtech Week in Review: 5/5/19-5/11/19May 12, 2019 by AlleyWatch 157SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin Filed Under: #NYCTech, AlleyTalk, NYC Tech Week in Review Tagged With: 500 Startups, Aglae Ventures, BDMI, Betaworks, Blue, Blumberg Capital, Brookfield Asset Management, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, Canaan Partners, Carl Sparks, Chris Smoak, Correlation Ventures, EasyKnock, Elevated Personal Care, ExpoIQ, FJ Labs, Harrison Metal, Harry’s, Intello, John Legend, Journey Meditation, Kairos, Kerry Hatch, Leerink Transformation Partners, LetsGetChecked, Mint House, Montage Ventures, Nelstone Ventures, New York Venture Partners, NextView Ventures, Nico Berardi, Noom, Optum Ventures, Peter Carlsson, Philippe Bourguignon, Qiming Venture Partners, Reshma Saunjani, Resolute Ventures, Revolution, Robert Stewart, rOcean, Rohan Oza, Samsung Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Tanguy Chau, The Fund, Thomas Mangas, Tishman Speyer, VTS, Zach Sherman, Zane Lackeylast_img

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