Long Island University (Brooklyn campus) is hosting an event this week discussing the building blocks of a New York tech startup with a few notables worth checking out:
Learn what goes into founding a tech start-up, and why New York City is quickly becoming the best place to do it. Panelists include:
Clifford J. Schorer, Entrepreneur in Residence, Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center, Columbia Business School
Rob Fassino, co-founder; EVP, Product Development & Product Management, XO Group Inc.
Mo Koyfman, General Partner, Spark Capital
Rachel Haot (@RachelHaot), Chief Digital Officer, City of New York
Moderator: David A. Wilson, Founder and Executive Editor, theGrio.com
The event is taking place October 30th at the Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts in Brooklyn at 6:30PM. The event is free but RSVP is required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
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