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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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Startups planning a product development process need to consider many factors when it comes to picking the right programming language. Often working on a tight budget, startups must carefully consider: the speed of development, the popularity of language, the cost of developers, libraries, integrations, security, scalability, and stability. It is for these reasons that your best bet will be to go for a robust and established technology such as Python. 
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Choosing the right technology for your startup is a daunting task. The decision is even harder if you’re thinking of developing a mobile application – not only do you have to pick a suitable tech stack for your business logic, but you also need to consider platforms for your target group (Android or iOS). Luckily, React Native is here – it’s a cross-platform framework that can help you kill two birds with one stone.
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When you start a new project, one of the main concerns is development time. After all, your market is changing all the time, and the longer you wait, the bigger the likelihood that someone else will implement the idea before you, thus getting the competitive advantage. But if you have a working version of your product, either to show to investors or to gain traction of your business, you can get ahead of your competition. Many companies also start with an MVP to get to know the real needs of the users. In this article, we’d like to check if using Flutter for MVP hybrid app development is a good idea.
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What does it take to launch a successful startup? What are the key elements you should be aware of when choosing first hires, signing a deal with VC, and growing your startup?
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Is it possible to achieve the pole position on the market while having precisely zero funding from investors? Surely it is possible, as evidenced by the story of Patrick Campbell, founder and CEO of PriceIntelligently (now ProfitWell). Back in 2012, Campbell has founded a pricing analysis startup that helps SaaS companies figure out their pricing strategies.
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10 Matchmaking Companies to Look Out For

The word ‘matchmaking’ might spark a cringe. It brings to mind scenes in which two strangers sit awkwardly facing each other, closely watched by their parents and not knowing what to say. Fear not, though, because matchmaking in the 21st century is nothing like it used to be two hundred years ago. Nowadays, it uses AI algorithms and is fully voluntary. The concept has also expanded well beyond romantic matches. You can now get matched (or connected) with employees you seek, caterers you need for your business, or people who could clean your home or fix your tech issues. Take a look at ten companies aiming to revolutionise our personal and business lives with state-of-the-art matchmaking technologies!
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