STARTUP LAUNCHPAD - From Concept to Funding, Learn to Scale a Tech Company in NYC

submitted by Alessandro A. E. Anzani

Get the knowledge, skills and expert guidance. The Startup Launchpad Program is an intensive 4 week, 8 session course focusing on how to launch new ventures, generate revenue and investor traction. Startup Launchpad is the perfect program for local & foreign entrepreneurs to create a tangible go-to-market strategy for the US market and raise funds from US investors. You will pitch to 5 venture capital funds at the end of this program.


Jun 11

appAttack New York by GMIC New York

submitted by Bibi Jackson

June 11, GMIC New York will host an app competition, appAttack in which developers can showcase their latest and greatest mobile apps related to customer and user experience. appAttack New York will be a place potential clients, fans, distributors, VCs and media can discover some of the coolest Customer Experience –centric apps. Submit your app by 5/26/15
NYTM members receive an exclusive 20% discount! Register with the promo code PASS204.


Knotel Sessions | Steve Schlafman: What a great seed investment looks like

submitted by Serge Lobatch

Knotable + Knotel Sessions Present:
STEVE SCHLAFMAN: What a great seed investment looks like.
Join us at the Knotel to hear from Steve Schlafman, a Principal at RRE Ventures, focused on early stage investments in mobile services, hardware, and marketplaces. Steve will be speaking about what a great seed investment looks like at RRE, as well as at other firms around town, and also on how that is different from an Angel deal, or a Seed+ deal.
Have questions about Knotel Sessions | Steve Schlafman:


The Future of Digital Health Conference

submitted by Lior

Israeli Startups NYC, the largest Israeli-American tech community in New York City is happy to invite you to the our 2015 Digital Health Conference.
Join tens of entrepreneurs, angel investors, Venture capitalists and startups for an evening full of innovation and opportunities.

Top Israeli-American startups in the digital health sector will present and demo their ventures followed by a panel discussion with leaders in the digital health sector.


Find a Job You'll Love

submitted by Alison

Join Co-founder Shaun Johnson for a very special Alumni Panel at our New York campus to learn how Startup Institute can land you a job you’ll be passionate about. Our immersive curriculum, career mentorship, expert instruction, and targeted skills’ training have helped over 800 alumni to transition into high-growth roles, and they can do the same for you.

We’ll give you insight into our unique methodology and answer all your questions about coursework, partnerships, instructors, alumni engagem


Jun 10

Starting up Smart! A Legal Foundation Event Series for Entrepreneurs

submitted by Mildred

Making the right legal decisions as you establish your company early on can save you significant time and money down the road. In this three-part series, top lawyers and startup experts will walk you through the legal aspects of launching a successful business. They will demystify business formation, explain how to protect your intellectual property and discuss fundraising options for startups.


Fireside Chat with Serial Founder Amol Sarva

submitted by Tim Flannery + Scott Smith + Jake Koenig

Amol Sarva is a Renaissance Man. He has founded and co-founded multiple startups, including three right now. He started VirginMobileUSA, Peek, Founder's Roundtable, HireNurture, and Knotable among others. He also designed "the most significant new building" in Queens.

The Numbers:
• 7:00 PM on May 27th
• $25 ticket gets you your gym pass, climbing gear, our talk, and a free beer! (BKB members can register here).
• Infinite: the amount of fun you'll have.


Django Girls Study Group @ Influenster

submitted by Stephanie Tan

Did you attend the Django Girls NYC workshop or have you been going through the Django Girls tutorial on your own? Meet and work with other Django Girls attendees to review what you've learned, finish remaining sections and explore new material. Bonus points to everyone who explores the extensions.

Venue: Influenster HQ
Address: 285 West Broadway Suite 500
About: Influenster is a product discovery and reviews platform that enables consumers to find and share opinions on new products.


Is Authoritarianism Staging a Comeback?

submitted by Civic Hall

Join Civic Hall members, Independent Diplomat and Rhize for the launch of a conversation on how activists around the globe can and are fighting back to subvert authoritarianism. The conversation is inspired by the launch of the new co-edited book by Mathew Burrows and Maria J. Stephan, Is Authoritarianism


Google I/O Extended Bronx

submitted by Eva Sofianos

Join us for Google I/O Extended Bronx.
This is the first time it is being hosted in the Bronx. In addition to a series of activities, we are also planning on announcing everything we are doing to promote software technologies in the Bronx. We will be Live Streaming of the Google I/O Event, Hands on Code Labs, Networking, Food and Fun on a Friday Afternoon.


Google I/O Extended Bronx

submitted by Eva Sofianos

Join us for Google I/O Extended Bronx


This is the first time it is being hosted in the Bronx.
In addition to a series of activities, we are also planning on announcing everything we are doing to promote software technologies in the Bronx.

There will be Live Streaming of the Google I/O Event, Hands on Code Labs, Networking, Food and Fun on a Friday Afternoon.

LOCATION: 2501 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY


StrategyHack Marketing Workshop

submitted by Joshua Ness

StrategyHack teaches marketers to be leaders in problem-solving and strategy development through a live-action workshop with real startups. Brands and agencies have been sending their marketers to StrategyHack for the past 2 years because it's the best hands-on marketing training available. Note: StrategyHack is a training workshop for marketers, and the cost is meant to be covered by your employer's contribution to Professional Development.


NYC Resistor Interactive Show

submitted by David Huerta

NYC Resistor, New York's oldest running hackerspace, is hosting its sixth annual Interactive show and fundraiser. A very generous baker's dozen of NYC's interactive artists will be showing off their visions of the future, which may or may not include robots. Artworks will range from virtual reality to physical data visualization and more! Tickets are $15.


ProtoHack: The Code-Free Hackathon

submitted by Blake McCammon

ProtoHack is the exclusive code-free hackathon for designers and business people.

No coding is required. Instead you will leverage prototyping tools, drag and drop editors, mockups, wireframes and anything else you can think of to VISUALLY demo your idea on stage. At the end, you or your team will present on stage to a panel of judges consisting of developers and investors to get feedback on the technical challenges of building your idea and to see if its fundable.


Empower Yourself

submitted by Georgie-Ann Getton

As we know the world can be a hectic place, especially in the entrepreneurial and startup field. You can get lonely, confused and simply stuck. You want to empower and motivate yourself to just keep going but you don't know how. Choose Yourself NYC will be at We Work Charging Bull this month hosting a very impacting event to encourage and teach people to empower themselves. This event will also be great for networking and meeting people in NYC from the business and tech world.



Big Apple Scrum Day 2015

submitted by Dana Pylayeva

Big Apple Scrum Day 2015 is a one day conference organised by members of NYC Scrum User group. Join Scrum and Agile practitioners for a day of knowledge sharing and ideas exchange in the heart of NYC. Get inspired and inspire others with your passion!



MongoDB World 2015

submitted by Casey Taylor

Data is only worth what you make of it. MongoDB elevates the value of your data by letting you build transformative applications limited only by your imagination. Organizations are taking advantage of MongoDB for a variety of ground-breaking use cases. Join over 2,000 developers, sysadmins, and DBAs on June 1-2 to get inspired and share ideas & insights. NYTM members can receive 25% off their tickets using code "RAWRsoft" - compliments of MongoDB Global Community Manager, Michael Calvert.


Ari Russo: Performing Music and Video with Ruby

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Dev Bootcamp hosts musician, video artist and Senior Developer at Paperless Post Ari Russo, who will demonstrate programs he has written for music-making and live video performance. Ari will give a history and overview of MIDI, as well as other modes of performance control, delving into how and why his work evolved out of these concepts. He'll demonstrate the suite of general-use Ruby Gems he's created, as well programs he's created utilizing them for his own art and music.


MCC Conversation With Women of Influence: Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code

submitted by Laura Bucko

Join the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Women’s Business Forum for another part of the series “A Conversation With Women of Influence”. The event will feature an up close and personal 45 minutes long interview with Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, followed by Q&A.


Knotel Sessions | Sam Wurzel: Hardware & Startups

submitted by Serge Lobatch

Knotable + Knotel Sessions Present:
SAM WURZEL: Hardware & Startups
Join us at the Knotel to hear from Sam Wurzel, co-founder and CEO of Octopart, a search engine for electronic components and industrial products. More info coming soon.
Have questions about Knotel Sessions | Sam Wurzel: Hardware & Startups? Contact Knotable + Knotel Sessions


Trifecta Meetup of Card-based Technologies!

submitted by Peta Savva

The NYC Card UI + Content Meetup is back...and it's big!

We are very excited to announce that on Wed 6/3 we will be hosting our biggest card meetup yet! Join these three trailblazers: Citia, Cardstack & CardStreams as they demo and share their card-based technologies. What's more is you can stand a chance to win an Apple Watch or a $100 iTunes gift card (courtesy of CardStreams).

Entry details for the contest will be given during the presentations so hope you can join us. RSVP required.


Unveiling the new tado° Smart AC Control

submitted by Stefanie Sedlak

tado° is on a mission to bring dumb energy-intensive air conditioners to the internet age. The mission starts in New York where we aim to smarten up 100,000 AC units by June 2016.
Join us on June 3rd as we unveil for the first time our Smart AC Control that heralds a new era in the way we cool our homes. Saving up to 40% on AC energy use, this new technology will enable us to live more sustainably while experiencing a whole new level of comfort.


Edison Community Launch Event-Open House

submitted by Quiana Richardson

Edison Community is the newest most innovative working space for tech entrepreneurs, small businesses & freelancers. Edison Community offers virtual offices, communal desk space and private offices on a monthly basis. Drop by our Edison Community launch event on June 3rd from 9am-7pm at 89 Fifth Avenue-7th Floor

9am-4pm (Open House)
4pm-7pm (Launch Event Happy Hour)

Free giveaways, raffle, light refreshments, cocktails, networking and opportunities to win complimentary office space all day!


Venture for America Summer Celebration

submitted by Leandra Elberger

This year, we're bringing together our friends, Fellows, and supporters for our best Summer Celebration yet. We hope you'll be able to join us to honor our graduating Class of 2013 Fellows and meet the Fellows who are building companies with the first ever VFA Accelerator this spring.

Rackspace Co-Founder and Chairman, Graham Weston will join us for a keynote address moderated by Lee Woodruff of CBS, along with dozens of other Luminary guests and leaders in business, tech, and more.


New York Social Good Summer Bash

submitted by jayme

On June 4th at 6:30 PM, join Be Social Change and our New York Social Good Partners at Wix Lounge for a summer bash connecting individuals and organizations driving impact and creating change in NYC. We will have drinks, snacks, music, prize giveaways and most importantly: a room packed with the most wonderful, inspiring people we know!




submitted by Julian Gutierrez

Change the Face of Tech in the Next 25 Years! HACK2040 is a 12 hour hackathon organized by CODE2040 alumni that will bring Black and Latino/a students from local high schools and colleges together to come up with ways to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in the tech industry. The goal is to create ideas that will diversify the tech workforce in the next 25 years, when people of color will no longer be the minority in the country. Open to software and hardware projects!


Future of Urban Innovation Summit

submitted by Mindy Bickel

The one-day Future of Urban Innovation Summit brings together entrepreneurs, industry, academics, government officials, investors and thought leaders to engage on the present and future state of innovation and how government, academics and industry can work together to spur economic growth. The Summit is hosted by the U.S. Department of Commerce through its U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and Columbia University.


Dev Bootcamp NYC June Info Session and Tour

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Thinking about switching careers and becoming a software developer? Interested in learning how to code?
Dev Bootcamp is a 19-week intensive program for beginners, dabblers, and those with some prior programming experience. Get the inside scoop from Dev Bootcamp students, instructors, and alumni about why they chose Dev Bootcamp, what they learned, and where they work now. Light refreshments will be served.


The Future of Urban Innovation: Startups

submitted by Danielle Filson

The summit, hosted by Columbia University & the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, brings together entrepreneurs, industry, universities, Federal, State & local government, investors and thought leaders to engage on the future state of innovation & how they can work together spurring economic growth.



submitted by MarketplaceLIVE

MarketplaceLIVE is attended by key-decision makers and media contacts, where our global ecosystem showcases new and emerging solutions, products and services while learning trends that directly impact their businesses, to network in a truly dynamic atmosphere. This year David Pogue, Yahoo Tech Founder, will be inspiring and entertaining us as Host. Complimentary registration is on us for the NYTECH Meet-up community.


Creative Coders: Making Work at the Intersection of Art and Technology

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Join Dev Bootcamp for an engaging discussion with creative coders: individuals who converted their creative careers into careers in technology and artists who are inspired by and utilize programming, code and software to create their works of art. Panelists Kelani Nichole, Ashley Zelinskie, Anthony Cangelosi, and Michael Angelo will discuss their backgrounds, share their creative work, and discuss how it connects to their careers in technology and how technology drives their creative process.



Northside Innovation 2015

submitted by Rachel Hunnicutt

Northside Innovation is much more than a tech conference. A mashup of media moguls, tech enthusiasts, VCs, makers, creators, and innovators gather together to listen to over 150 speakers cover three programming tracks: entrepreneurship, content and design. In between fireside chats, panels and breakout sessions, there’s the Expo trade show in McCarren Park. The day rounds out with pitch competitions, networking luncheons, happy hours and VIP parties. It's your chance to discover what's next.


GMIC New York :: Mobile Customer Experience Conference

submitted by Bibi Jackson

Launch event GMIC New York is taking place at Chelsea Pier on June 11 from 9A – 6P, Networking 6P – 7P. Hear from User Experience industry leaders and innovators how to use the latest mobile technologies to deepen customer engagement, strengthen brand loyalty, produce measurable results, and deliver personalized customer experiences. NY Tech Meetup members receive an exclusive 20% discount! Register with the promo code PASS204.



submitted by Alana Jacqueline Berg

Are you looking to hire employees within your company? Or, are you a job seeker yourself? Say no more. Job seekers, college graduates, developers, employers, executives, start ups, and recruiters will all be networking with one another at EmployToy's Social Recruiting Summit Conference on Monday, June 15th, at the Metropolitan Pavilion. Purchase your ticket now! Interested in becoming a sponsor, speaker, an exhibitor, or hosting a workshop, at this event? Please email [email protected]


Women In Tech Panel: How To Career Transition Into Tech?

submitted by Kanwal Jehan

Codify Academy, a part-time front-end development program is hosting a Women in Tech Panel event for people looking to either start their own startup or work for one. We will have five successful women in the tech industry talk about their startup journeys and help you launch yours. If you are also interested in joining a bootcamp and gain the necessary skills to enter the NYC tech community, this is the event for you. Follow us on twitter @codifyacad. **Snacks and bubbly have already confirmed


Codify's Tech Panel: Art of Negotiating A Job Offer!

submitted by Kanwal Jehan

Codify Academy, a part-time front-end development program is hosting a Tech Panel & Happy Hour event for people looking to either start their own startup or work for one. We will have five successful men/women in the tech industry talk about the art of negotiating your job offer at a startup, so get ready to have all your questions answered.


Women Tech Entrepreneurs talk leadership, growth, and business strategy

submitted by Eleanor Whitney

Dev Bootcamp hosts a panel discussion with women entrepreneurs who are building successful companies focused on tech and innovation. Panelists Tiffany Roesler of Ispossible in Tech, Kegan Schouwenburg of SOLS, Tami Reiss of Cyrus Innovation, and Kate Anderson of K& will share their what inspired them to start their businesses, demystify the process of fundraising for and scaling a company, and offer advice for other aspiring entrepreneurs. Moderated by Tracy Candido of LMHQ and Lady Boss.



submitted by Kanwal Jehan

Introducing Codify Academy’s One Day Workshop: Your window into the world of coding! Join Codify Academy for our first One Day Workshop, a four-hour course for those interested in transitioning into a career in technology. We will begin the workshop by setting up your coding environment, then move on to completing your first project. We will also feature a few recruiters to speak about breaking into the startup world, and past students will be on hand to share their coding journeys.



Meter Asset Management

submitted by Julia Rotar

Utilities across Europe face the prospect of meeting the EU’s goal of installing smart meters for 80% of consumers by 2020 (European Commission, 2015). Whilst each country is meeting these goals within different time frames, many are in the same position as the UK and are in a crucial stage in the road towards full roll outs.



O'Reilly Solid Conference

submitted by Dellaena Maliszewski

The Internet of Things isn't your typical industry, and Solid is not your typical conference. We're at the intersection of Business, Hardware, and Software. It’s a mash-up of MIT and Disneyland, where you’ll engage in deep, intelligent conversations about vital issues like security, additive manufacturing, data architectures, breakthrough design big data and more.



Enterprise Apps World

submitted by Rebecca Harris

Enterprise Apps World, co-located with Cloud World Forum, is back by popular demand for 2015. Now in its second year, Enterprise Apps World has been developed to address the demands of the global enterprise market to fully understand and safely invest in the B2Employee and B2Customer applications market.


BSC Fireside with Nancy Lubin, CEO of

submitted by Jayme

Join Marcos Salazar, Co-founder and Executive Director of Be Social Change for a fireside chat with Nancy Lubin, CEO of Lubin’s innovative approach to business, teens and technology have made her one of the “Most creative people in business.” They will delve into her life story, exploring how she built a global franchise with $5,000, transformed a struggling startup into one of the largest and most successful youth organizations, and become a pioneer in big data in social good.


Jul 02

8th International Conference Automotive Doors and Components

submitted by IQPC Germany

Automotive doors are important elements of the vehicle design, carry multiple functions, require unique construction and production methods. They pose unique challenges regarding their development, production and assembly, involving specific CAE techniques, material, production and assembly processes. 2020 is approaching and OEMs and Tier 1s are eagerly looking for new technologies that could lead to weight reduction. This is the market’s biggest challenge these days alongside cost reduction




DevCON 5 HTML5 and Mobile App Developer Conference

submitted by Joann Varello

Hear how to leverage the most effective tools, frameworks and developer solutions to ensure the success of your HTML5 or mobile app project. DevCon5 discussions focus on JavaScript, frameworks, user metrics, responsive design, web services, UE, and more. Learn how to develop to ensure superior user experience as well as scalability and an app that can be monetized and scale to thousands of users.
Register here and use code NYTM to save 15%

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