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NY Tech Day 2013 [Review]

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NY Tech Day 2013 [Review]

By Startup Valley (286 words)
Posted in Events on May 03, 2013

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Last week, StartupValley attended NY Tech Day 2013! The sold out conference was held at Pier 92 in New York where there was a great sense of pride and confidence from all present attendees. We had the opportunity to meet a great deal of new entrepreneurs, learn about their startup concepts, investors and other third parties as well. NY Tech Day generated a true buzz within the tech and crowdfunding communities, enticing many people from around the country to attend the event.

NY Tech Day was dubbed as “The World’s Largest Start-Up Event,” and there are plenty of notable reasons for that. Hundreds of startups presented and exhibited their tech products/services which included websites, web tools, mobile apps, social media platforms, etc. Over 400 startups exhibited at the event to gain exposure and share their vision with others. Pier 92 was filled with more than 10,000 attendees who were eager to catch a glimpse of emerging tech businesses and acquire further information.

The expo not only partnered with startups, but potential investors, venture capitalists, skeptics and job seekers who specialize in the technology sector. It was inspiring to be surrounded by startups of all different sizes and specialties. While many of the companies present may hold different goals and ideas for their business, we all shared the common bond of passion for technology.

One of the most stimulating factors about crowdfunding is the ability to build your audience as large as you desire, with the help of the internet and social media. NY Tech Day 2013 was a prime example of the amount of individuals willing to be a part of the tech community.

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