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Center4: A New NY #Accelerator For #Nonprofits

Center4: A New NY #Accelerator For #Nonprofits

Center4 is a new accelerator that develops technology for nonprofits. It was developed by FEGS Health and Human Services, one of NY State’s largest nonprofits. With an advisory committee that includes representatives from the Foundation Center, the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of NY, Forrester [Full Story…]

Silicon Alley: A 2011 Year in Review

Silicon Alley: A 2011 Year in Review

This year NY was swept off its feet by young entrepreneurs ready call the city the birthplace of their visions. Older brands began to reach out to the youth. The young, insatiable minds of NY had more mentorships than ever before, IBTimes notes. "The number of young people coming to NYC to build a [Full Story…]

Ultra Light Startups Pitching Event to Take Place on December 8

Ultra Light Startups Pitching Event to Take Place on December 8

On Thursday, December 8 at 6:30 at the NYU Stern Business School, Ultra Light Startups will be hosting its Investor Feedback Forum and Pitch Showdown. By receiving comments and constructive criticism from panelists and the audience, startups will have the chance to perfect their investor [Full Story…]

Gust CEO David Rose Talks Angel Investing

Gust CEO David Rose Talks Angel Investing

In a lengthy interview with Sramana Mitra, Gust (formerly AngelSoft) CEO David Rose discusses various topics surrounding the platform that enables angel investors and entrepreneurs to connect and discuss ventures. The New York-based company has more than 750 investment organizations [Full Story…]

Ultra Light Startups Parnters with NY Angels to Give Startups Acessibility

Ultra Light Startups Parnters with NY Angels to Give Startups Acessibility

Ultra Light Startups is partnering with the New York Angels to give young entrepreneurs access to NYs angels. The three winning teams of USL's monthly pitch contest are automatically allowed to pitch to the NY Angels, according to The Next Web. Brian Cohen, Vice Chairman, Board of Directors of [Full Story…]

iBreakfast Evening for Entrepreneurs Taking Place on October 6th

iBreakfast Evening for Entrepreneurs Taking Place on October 6th

Entrepreneurs and startups are invited to the quarterly iBreakfast/iEvening event that will take place on October 6th at Herrick, Feinstein LLP at 2 Park Avenue. Attendees can take part in the PowerPitch workshop for entrepreneurs to perfect their pitch and then pitch to the VC panelists lead by [Full Story…]

David Rose Relaunches AngelSoft

David Rose Relaunches AngelSoft

David S. Rose, founder of the dotcom investing group New York Angels, is adapting to changes in the industry through the New York company he created in 2004, AngelSoft, which makes software for investors that aid them in managing deal flow, according to BetaBeat. Changes include the addition of an [Full Story…]

OPEL Award Winner Discusses Importance of Mentors to NY start-ups

OPEL Award Winner Discusses Importance of Mentors to NY start-ups

Jeffery Carr, the executive director of the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship at the Stern School of Business at NYU, has recently discussed the importance of mentors in the NY start up scene. The institution works with experienced entrepreneurs and connects them with its students in order to show [Full Story…]

First Opel Award Winner to be Presented at Upcoming New York Tech Meetup

First Opel Award Winner to be Presented at Upcoming New York Tech Meetup

The first annual 2011 Opel Awards, presented by Brian S. Cohen, vice chairman of the VC organization New York Angels, will take place, Tuesday, September 6, 2011  at the next New York Tech Meetup.  Held at the at the NYU Skirball Center For The Performing Arts, the recipient of the award will be the [Full Story…]

Forbes Talks With the “Father of Angel Investing in NY,” David Rose

Forbes Talks With the "Father of Angel Investing in NY," David Rose

David Rose, chair of the New York Angels and the "Father of Angel Investing in New York," according to Crain's New York Business, recently sat down with Martin Zwilling of Forbes to discuss his career.  Aside from being an investor, Rose describes himself as a "serial entrepreneur" who has founded [Full Story…]

Gaming Site SkillAddiction Meets with New York Angels

Gaming Site SkillAddiction Meets with New York Angels

Raymond Williams, a Navy petty officer who served three tours in the Middle East, met with early stage investor consortium New York Angels last week, looking for funding for SkillAddiction, an online casual gaming community,  where players compete for cash and prizes. The site, developed in a [Full Story…]

SetJam Closes on Bridge Investment

SetJam Closes on Bridge Investment

SetJam has closed on a $275,000 bridge investment lead by two city based venture-capital firms, New York Angels and The Hudson River Angels. SetJam, an online-TV search engine based in Manhattan, plans to use the funds to develop its "Time-To-View metric", which measures how quickly the [Full Story…]

Ultra Light Startups Talks VC Funding and Bootstrapping

Ultra Light Startups Talks VC Funding and Bootstrapping

Owen Davis, the managing director at NYC Seed moderated the Ultra Light Startups' panel discussion on Bootstrapping vs. Venture Funding  last Thursday, where panelists presented their businesses, and a discussion ensued on which method is best for startups looking to launch a business and [Full Story…]

Video Service Magnify Raises Additional Funding

Video Service Magnify Raises Additional Funding

The video service, which recently launched Eventcaster to aggregate videos from an event, has secured an additional $500,000 in new funding from previous investors, including Next Stage Capital, New York Angels, Rose Tech Ventures, Active Angel Investors, Chris Anderson, and other unnamed [Full Story…]

NY:MIEG Event Addresses Causes of Current Economy

NY:MIEG Event Addresses Causes of Current Economy

NYConvergence ORIGINALAt this morning's NY:MIEG breakfast: “The Economic Downturn and its Impact on the Media & Entertainment Sector,” venture capitalist David Rose explained that his investment firm, New York Angels, is "really only looking at businesses that can get to profitability” [Full Story…]