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10 Top Investors in New York in 2020

New York, famously the home of Wall Street, is a financial nerve center of North America. And not only is it economically powerful, but it is also a hub for up-and-coming entrepreneurs—like those we covered in our article on the top ten startup founders in New York City.
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New York’s tech ecosystem (Silicon Alley) currently ranks at number two in the country, only behind Silicon Valley. Silicon Alley’s dynamic growth since the mid-2000s has been made possible by NYC’s large capital stock and a developed financial market, efficient technical infrastructure, but also a developed system of startup accelerators.  Accelerators are one of the most useful types of time investment for early-stage startups. Within an accelerator, early-stage startups get funding, mentorship, and access to investors in their geography and around the world. New York is no stranger to accelerators, as they house some of the best ones on the east coast, growing and scaling startups every year.  Here is a list of the top ten accelerators in New York. If you’re interested in the startup scene, we recommend you keep an eye on these programs!
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Journalists have a key role in the transfer of knowledge around the world. They need to report the news as accurately as they can—and shed light into the innovations of tomorrow that are being built today. Within this sector, tech journalists have the role of  finding the next big things in the technology arena and reporting on them so we all understand how they are contributing to the world's successes. 
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Top 10 Founders in NYC in 2020

The city that never sleeps is packed with amazing things to do—and some incredible people to meet, too. Entrepreneurs are in good company in New York, where impactful companies are being founded left, right and center. There are coworking spaces dotted around the boroughs, where bright sparks can connect, create, and put in some hard work.
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The New York tech scene is undoubtedly one of the most celebrated tech hubs in the United States, but its top-tier status is far from just a given. There are hundreds of founders, investors, policymakers, and super connectors behind the scenes making the magic happen. Here is a shortlist of the super connectors in New York, who do an incredible job of attracting the hottest talent and laying the groundwork for magnetic partnerships and innovative breakthroughs.
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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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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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Accelerators are one of the most useful types of time investment for early-stage startups. Within an accelerator, early-stage startups get funding, mentorship, and access to investors in their geography and around the world. New York is no stranger to accelerators, as they house some of the best ones on the east coast, growing and scaling startups every year. 
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New York’s startup scene is one of the quickest-growing ones in the country. With the news of recent IPOs of companies like MongoDB and Etsy, people are watching earlier-stage companies. They’re waiting to see who’s going to be the next unicorn to go public with an IPO and make waves in the business world. 
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