New York City launches Digital.NYC, a Web portal for the city’s startups and tech scene

New York City launches Digital.NYC, a Web portal for the city’s startups and tech scene

At an event today, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio launched Digital.NYC, a website designed to be a comprehensive “hub for tech and startups” in the city.

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Mayor de Blasio called the portal “the ultimate tech matchmaker.” The site includes sections for news, a startup database and map, events, videos, resources, workspace listings and jobs. At launch, the site includes listings for roughly 6,000 startups.

The initiative is a collaborative effort between the public and private sectors with support from IBM, Gust and NYEDC.

Digital.NYC

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