The Perfect Pitch For Startups? Is there such a thing? Three Crain’s New York Business judges tell us there is.
More than 200 people climbed the vertiginous three flights of the trendy Norwood Club, to hoist a glass of champagne and celebrate the latest “one-night only,” The Art of Shopping pop-up store. On this night, five women entrepreneurs, all with complementary luxury products from vintage eye wear, handbags, women’s and men’s fashion to affordable art, enthusiastically greeted the steady stream of customers. Continue reading “Women Entrepreneurs “Pop Up” For a Night of Art and Fashion in Chelsea”
The holidays come and go, and so do some of the stores. Especially pop-up ones. We met with a couple of savvy retail entrepreneurs, Kajal Sanghrajka and Natalie Kathleen, to hear about their strategy behind their six-week pop-up store in New York’s fashionable retail mecca, Nolita. Continue reading “Women Entrepreneurs “Pop Up” in Soho”
You’ve worked hard all day. You’re tired and have missed the Union Square Green Market. You want to eat healthy but you walk into your local deli or grocery store and once again, some bland take out will do the trick for another night. But what if you knew that waiting for you at home was a bundle of organic groceries from the City’s green markets or local farms? That is what Urbavour does. A startup that gets city dwellers to eat healthy. Continue reading “Urbavour: A Startup That Gets City Dwellers To Eat Healthy”
Omar Haroun, CEO, Sportaneous, talks about his fitness venture that customizes your ideal workout, where you want it, when you want it. Continue reading “Get Fit With Sportaneous: Whenever, Wherever”
To capitalize on New York City’s booming startup activity, Columbia Business School opened
ColumbiaBusinessLab, a co-working space for entrepreneurs and recent alumni, in the summer of 2012. Continue reading “Glenn Hubbard Visits Entrepreneurs at Columbia Business Lab”
Over 300 hackers vie for the chance to pitch their great idea in front of 1000 VC/tech industry insiders. Add to the mix a 20-hour time limit and you get a recipe for creative madness.
More than 40 groups of hackers spent 20 hours working their tails off to come up with next “big” idea. Each of the groups were given 90 seconds to pitch before a panel of industry experts. Three winners were chosen: Toronto-based Twitter Demographics, Future Mario and Worst Phone Ever. Continue reading “TechCrunch Disrupt: Hackathon Day 2”
For those tech disrupters ready to pack their bags and return to Palo Alto because pursuing a tech life in New York is unsustainable, think again. Continue reading “New York Becomes A Hub For Entrepreneurs”
With Bulge Bracket heavyweights Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, BAC Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley raising capital for uber-Internet phenomenons, Facebook and LinkedIn, investors Continue reading “So You Wanna Be In VC?”