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Startup conferences are where CEOs meet, deals get done, and a huge amount of knowledge is dispersed across all of the attendees. Conferences also provide some form of density for a city, which is needed for a startup hub to thrive. 
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On his way to make a dent in the pharma galaxy (...) brutally honest leadership style (...) persistent confidence in employees to create value with guidance instead of instructions (...) excellent diplomat with a conscious bulldog attitude.
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Top 10 Top Meetups in NYC for 2020

Business is all about who you know, right? If this is the case, attending in-person events is a crucial ingredient to finding success in the startup world. To best get involved in the New York startup scene, meet your future investor, business, partner or boss, we would suggest attending some meetups where the tech scene is hot. Here are a list of 13 meetups and events in New York to check out in 2020.
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It all started with Silicon Alley. It may sound a little dated now, but back in the 1990s tech companies around the Flatiron District in Manhattan were popping up weekly, and it was becoming quite a tech hub. So it was dubbed Silicon Alley, a spinoff of California’s Silicon Valley. A lot has changed since then. Mainly that Silicon Alley has expanded to the rest of the city! With thousands of startups being funded each year now, there needs to be infrastructure to support these efforts. 
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At first, traditional incumbent businesses seemed to neglect N26’s existence.
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It’s not a coincidence that Paytm, the largest e-wallet firm in India, has close to 400m users. It was not a throw of a dice that made WhatsApp choose India to run a trial of a payments service and convinced Walmart to pour billions into acquisitions and investments on the subcontinent.
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Payment fintechs are better integrated with banks in India than elsewhere, said a headline in “The Economist”. The adoption rate for fintech products in India stands at 59%, and that’s the second-highest level worldwide. The country has raised its first decacorn, a venture valued at over $10 bn, in payments (Paytm), and the market is literally booming.
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The Product Design Sprint (PDS) is a workshop that we have developed after years of experience and many scoping sessions and kick-off meetings with our clients. We based our workshops on Google Design Sprints (which are based on Sprints as defined in the Agile development cycle and use the Design Thinking methodology) to be sure we would use a battle-tested process that had worked for many teams around the world. The key benefit is that several months of work are condensed into a few days that bring tangible results.
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What Is the Best Mobile App Development Company?

Mobile apps are a great way to reach practically any group of customers. They are the key to a successful digital transformation and the most potent channel to deliver the value of a new product. However, quality mobile development require advanced skills, which are scarce. That is why we decided to help you with choosing the right tech partner for your mobile project, including the list of the world's best teams. 
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As a company providing UX design services, we regularly have to familiarise ourselves with new projects in an efficient manner. Especially at the beginning of a new partnership, we need to figure out what the project vision is, who the users are, and what response from us will be best for the client. A well-written UX brief can help us tremendously by providing just the right kind of information.
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