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Start-Up City Conference: An Entrepreneurial Economy for Middle Class NYC - 4/26

From: noel h.
Sent on: Thursday, March 28, 2013 12:44 PM
Manhattan's Borough President has been at the for front of building an equitable city. If you have the chance to attend this event, I highly recommend you do.


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From: Manhattan Borough President <[address removed]>
Date: Thursday, 28 March[masked]:21:57
Subject: Conference Invitation: An Entrepreneurial Economy for Middle Class NYC - 4/26

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Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer
New York Law School
invite you to attend

Start-Up City: An Entrepreneurial Economy for Middle Class New York

This conference will focus on the ideas outlined in Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer's recently released "Start-Up City: Growing New York City's Entrepreneurial Economy for All."  We will bring together thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and NYC's mayoral candidates to discuss major barriers to the growth of our innovation economy- like the talent gap, poor internet connectivity, and bureaucratic red tape- as well as how technology is fueling our City's diverse economy.

Friday, April 26
New York Law School
185 West Broadway (between Worth St. and Leonard St.)
New York, NY 10013

Learn more & register at

8:30am - Registration
9:00am - Remarks by Scott M. Stringer.  Keynote address by Fred Wilson, Managing Partner at Union Square Ventures & Flatiron Partnership 
10:00am - Breakout Session A
I.  Talent Shortage
II.  Bureaucratic Inefficiency
11:00am - Break
11:30am - Breakout Session B
III.  Consistent Connectivity
IV.  Tech as an Engine of Innovation
12:30pm - NYC Mayoral Candidate Forum
2:00pm - Adjourn

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