When I was still working at Lerer Ventures, I created the first version of The Guide to NYC Tech after dozens of people asked me the same dozen questions, over and over. What are the best co-working spaces? Which lawyer should I hire? Where are good places to take a meeting? Who are the key investors to know? How do I find out about cool events?
As much as I enjoy helping people one-on-one, I find it far more satisfying when I’m able to develop and share a resource that can be enjoyed by all New Yorkers and those in other tech communities interested in our ecosystem.
Eighteen months after publishing V1, and just four months into my role at RRE Ventures, I’m pleased to present The Guide to NYC Tech 2.0. Yes, it’s a guide to NYC Tech; and yes, it’s a bit of a love letter as well. But, I’ll say this: NYC is better poised now than ever before to make a global impact through entrepreneurship and innovation.
Yes, it’s a guide to NYC Tech; and yes, it’s a bit of a love letter as well. But, I’ll say this: NYC is better poised now than ever before to make a global impact through entrepreneurship and innovation.
The goal of this guide is to raise awareness of the NYC tech ecosystem and help newcomers (and veterans) navigate the ever changing landscape. Additionally, I hope it inspires everyone to give back to their own tech communities on a weekly basis.
Finally, feedback is greatly appreciated so feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me at @schlaf and I’ll try my best to incorporate your suggestions.
This post originally appeared on my personal blog, schlafnotes.