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The five boroughs are home to startups, large tech companies, investors, local press, schools and every other type of firm, business, or place that lends itself to making New York a technology hub. Below is an interactive map that you can explore to see where different parts of our ecosystem are located throughout the city. After the map, you’ll see the names and logos that highlight NYTech. These groups are just a first attempt, please submit more through the link at the end of section.

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Double click into the map and use the + and keys to zoom in and out. Click the categories in the legend on the right to see the locations of all the places in each category. You can view categories together or click and view just one, each category is identified by a specific icon and color on the map.

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Private, public or post-acquisition, the companies below make up the foundation of the New York City startup ecosystem: our hometown heroes. More companies are joining this list every year.

Chelsea

Chelsea

Midtown

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

Chinatown

Chelsea

Flatiron

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

Flatiron

Union Square

Hudson Square

Soho

Nomad

Midtown

Nolita

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

South Village

Meatpacking

Dumbo

South Village

Union Square

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

Williamsburg

Hudson Square

Flatiron

Flatiron

Nomad

Chelsea

South Village

West Village

South Village

Flatiron

Noho

Fidi

Midtown

Hoboken

Chelsea

Greenpoint

Flatiron

Midtown

Midtown

Chelsea

Tribeca

Downtown Brooklyn

Hudson Square

South Village

Sunset Park

Flatiron

Flatiron

Fidi

Flatiron

Times Square

Union Square

Soho

Fidi

Soho

Flatiron

Nomad

Fidi

Soho

Midtown

Hudson Square

Times Square

Noho

Flatiron

Flatiron

Herald Square

Soho

Midtown

Herald Square

Soho

Fidi

Flatiron

Upper West Side

Flatiron

Soho

Flatiron

Flatiron

Nomad

Williamsburg

Times Square

Flatiron

Flatiron

South Village

Meatpacking

Flatiron

Midtown

Fidi

Flatiron

Flatiron

Flatiron

Nolita

Soho

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As the epicenter of the advertising and financial sectors and boasting an enormous, well-educated workforce diverse in discipline and background, New York City offers myriad benefits to the largest internet and software companies in the world. The majority of the companies listed below have large offices in New York or are headquartered here:

Midtown

Midtown

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Noho - Global Headquarters

Union Square

Flatiron

Midtown - Global Headquarters

Multiple Locations

Midtown

Midtown

Chelsea

Noho

Midtown

Meatpacking

Chelsea

Midtown

Finacial District

Midtown

Midtown

(Multiple Locations)

Meatpacking

Midtown

Midtown

West Village

Bryant Park

Midtown

Midtown

Meatpacking

West Village

Soho

Midtown

Flatiron

Flatiron

Flatiron

Soho

Midtown

Midtown

Flatiron

Midtown

Midtown

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New York City is flush with traditional and cutting edge media outlets that cover the New York City startup ecosystem under the larger ‘Technology’ umbrella that includes national and international coverage. Listed below are sites or site sections that focus entirely on local tech news media in the five boroughs.

AlleyWatch is the local newswire for New York City Tech, like the Associated Press. The site has standardized funding and launch announcements with a growing mix of opinion and sector analysis.

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Digital.NYC is a hub for all things NYTech: news, events, classes, job-posting, and ecosystem statistics. The site is the result of a public-private partnership between IBM, Gust, The Mayor's Office, the NYC Economic Development Corp. amongst other NYC startups and media companies.

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Formerly known as the stand alone site BetaBeat, the New York Observer's Innovation section focuses primarily on news, editorial and opinion pieces on New York Tech.

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The Technology section of Crain's New York Business does a great job of wall-to-wall coverage in NYC technology and media startups on the site, supplemented by a weekly Digital NY newsletter.

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The outlets below represent a variety of New York-centric information, from comprehensive events lists curated by the hour to homegrown newsletters about a specific sector from a local firm or company.

Curated lists of NYC Tech events, classes, jobs, deals, and spaces. Gary’s Guide is always up to date and a good resource for planning ahead. There is also a weekly newsletter.

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Run by Joselin Mane, the site offers a comprehensive events calendar and other information about networking in Boston. Be sure to follow @BostonTweetup on Twitter.

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TCN brings together the area’s largest active community of investors and startup experts to provide founders with education and mentoring to navigate the fundraising process.

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NextView Ventures owns a growing library of resources dedicated to challenges facing early-stage startup founders and teams, including guides, advice columns, startup stories, and a podcast.

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Created by Dave Gerhardt as a podcast, Tech in Boston expanded in 2016 to include a curated list of articles written by Boston’s tech community on Medium.

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Brooklyn Bridge’s Charlie O’Donnell curates a weekly newsletter of local events.

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Database and clearinghouse for city-wide events for entrepreneurs, maintained by the NYC EDC.

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Submit more & view what the community added >>

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New York has been at the forefront of the podcast’s rise – the city plays host to shows ranging across the spectrum of technology and entrepreneurship. Conversational series led by experts in a particular space mesh with narrative shows about startup life and countless contrarian or quizzical explorations of the strange corners and meandering alleyways of technology abound.


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