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Introducing the Hitchhiker’s Guide to New York City Tech

New York City is a dream but can also be a navigational nightmare, equal parts crammed circus and rat race mixed at warp speed. This holds for the city’s tech sector. NYC Tech is bursting at the seams with nightly networking events at floors and floors of co-working spaces. We do not suffer a lack […] The post Introducing the Hitchhiker’s Guide to New York City Tech appeared first on NextView Ventures.
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