I’ve worked in the NYC startup scene since the mid-nineties. It seems to keep growing every year, and there are so many events it’s hard to keep track.
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Here’s where to look for the best stuff.
1. Gary’s Guide
Gary Sharma hosts an authoritative guide to all the events in the new york tech & startup scene. It’s sort of the one-stop shop for knowing what’s going on.
Lucky for us, in a city the size of new york, there’s an opportunity to meet & network with people everyday of the week.
Meetup.com is another invaluable resource. There are technical groups & social ones, and plenty of niche groups to for specific areas of interest.
For example there’s NYC Tech Talks, NY Women in Tech, Tech for good & NY Entrepreneurs & Startup Network. There are plenty more.
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A lot of events us Eventbrite for ticketing, so it turns out to be a great place to search. Some of the startup related events .
Michael Gold’s #techdrinkup event keeps getting bigger & better. More social hour than presentations & such, you’re sure to bump elbows with some folks in NY’s exploding tech scene.
Take a look at some of the event photos on their facebook page.