New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 17 Jan

New York Silicon Alley Weekly Newsletter Issue 17 Jan

Happy Friday all,



Nineteen new members since last Friday! See below.



This week, we announced our NY Workshop coming up March 4th. If you would make a great mentor for this event or know someone who would, apply here.


This coming week we are opening our Beta version of to Startups that are trying to raise funds from the community. To submit a project apply here or directly post to the platform.


Also, our #TMUdrinks and Demo evening is next week!

We have seven startups set to present:



Toymail Co





We are sold out of tickets on Meetup, but there are a few left on Eventbrite, if you are still thinking at attending.

Lastly, if you haven’t yet, be sure to join us on facebook and twitter !


Keep warm!




ISSUE 17 JAN 2014


New Members Welcome


Deepak Raj Devjani: Business, Product and Market Developer


Steve: Single Throw Internet Marketing


Andreas Hunziker: Product management, project management, startups, business engineering


Charlotte Van T Wout: journalist


Yoon: UX researcher


Richard bernard: Consultant


Charlie osmond: Product, startups, brand


Shane: Tech strategy and app/tech product strategy


Kevin: Marketer


AXEL ROSE: corporate strategy etc


Ellen Manuszak: Marketing and PR


Edwin: Technician


Rob: Design, development


Lara Jordan: Magency Digital


Sadish Ravi: Developer


J.H. Kim: ex CEO of XCE


David Coleman: Co-Founder


Ryan Morrison: Tech attorney


Nishan: JP Morgan





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


04 Mar 2014: New York Startup Workshop [ RSVP HERE ]


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




TechMeetups – a look back at 2013

Techmeetups had a busy year in 29 communities, 19 countries & 4 continents.

Growing with 12,469 Members all over that consists of 3740 Developers, 4978 Startups, 2493 Medium/Small Business, 748 Enterprises and 498 others.


4 great free #SocialMedia Analysis tools for #Startups that will improve your #socialmedia reach in minutes

Has a great bunch of analysis reports. Although they charge for it there are 3 main ones which are free and useful – Twitter profile Overview, Facebook Page Overview, Tweet Link Summary & Specific Link Statistics.




Awesome PHP Developer @ Huddlebuy

With so many opportunities and great startups out there, here’s why you should consider Huddlebuy.


Medium weight digital designer @ Qubit

We’re looking for someone to lead Qubit’s design team and take our digital presence to the next level.



Cambridge’s leading tech startups – The Guardian



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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