New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 03 Jan

New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 03 Jan

Happy New Year!

Sixteen new members this week. Check them out below and be sure to get connecting

It’s 2014 and less than three weeks away from for our first event of the new year: Jan 23rd #TMUdrinks and Demo evening. Are you coming? We are out of free tickets. From now until doors open we have $10 tickets available.

We still have space for two more presenters, if interested, please apply to present.

You’ll be excited to hear we have some great sponsors to keep us drinking:

BoozeCarriageRuna energy drinks, and Bronx Brewery

We are looking for additional food sponsors for the event. If you are interested in partnership, please send an email my way.

‘Til next week, F

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New Members Welcome

Justin Z: Co-founder at Thinknum

eMazzanti Technology : IT company

Christina Tang: Entrepreneur of energy efficiency

Larry Scott: CEO & Founder of HipHopCalypse

Martin Shen: Running an event startup ‘UpOut’

Aunim Mashrur Hossain: CEO of Tista Games

Allen­: Entreprenurial minded business professional

Clark Smith: Working with NJ EDA

Matt Bauman: Founder of

Will­: Mobile Growth & Strategy @twotoasters

Ilya Tetelman: Digital art director and experience designer

Steven Challis: Working at Zonza

Chris Jeon: Developer

Henry Chalian: Left banking – jack of all trades – master of a few

Doug­: Developer

Bernard Francis Kyle: Working at RainStor



23 Jan 2014: TechMeetups Drinks & Demo Night! New York Jan 2014 #TMUdrinks [ RSVP HERE ]

24 Apr 2014: TechMeetups presents #TechStartupJobs Fair New York 2014 [ RSVP HERE ]



Silicon Alley has its first billionaire: Shutterstock CEO Jonathan Oringer

If you’re a startup founder looking to make it big, New York’s becoming a pretty good place to do it.



10 Email Marketing Lessons from Successful Small Businesses – constantcontact


Ideas to be brought to life

What’s your BIG IDEA?

If you have an idea please submit at TechIdeaHub


Fans Choir
Mobile football app that aims to make football more of a democracy then a dictatorship by finally letting a football fan’s voice be heard and amplified on their football club’s team selection, performance and tactics.


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