There’s plenty of tech talent in Israel, but it’s not staying in the promised land.
Entrepreneurs at Israeli tech startups still depend heavily on the U.S., as “one of the pioneers of the venture industry” told the Wall Street Journal. Israeli entrepreneurs find that they have to come to New York to get access Read More
A slew of private and city-funded incubators for tech entrepreneurs have debuted in New York City recently, but you’ll notice something strange about the list of “fellows” in the the NYC Economic Development Corporation Venture Fellows program, launched today.
- Rob Kalin (Etsy)
- Caterina Fake (Hunch)
- Alexis Maybank (Gilt Groupe)
- Barry Silbert Read More
Fortune is bullish on New York’s lightweight tech scene:
Why New York, and why now? For many of today’s Internet companies, the competitive advantage lies in the innovative nature of their products, not necessarily their technological prowess. Thanks to Internet-based services such as EC2 from Amazon (AMZN), startups can essentially rent the supercomputing power Read More