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November 29, 2005
NYSIA Incubator launch party tonight
The NYSIA Incubator @ 55 Broad Street is having an invite-only launch party tonight:
"Join local venture capitalists, government officials, and business leaders on Tuesday, November 29, for the launch of the NYSIA Incubator @ 55 Broad Street, New York City’s first incubator facility dedicated to software and IT companies.
Located in the heart of the Wall Street financial district, the NYSIA Incubator will unite technology businesses and induce economic development and growth in New York's software/information technology industry. The Incubator comprises two floors of space for events, training, and offices."
About two months ago, I had a chance to meet the head of the NYSIA, Bruce Bernstein, and take a tour of the facilities. There's a lot of good stuff happening down there. In the coming days, I'll try to highlight some of the exciting companies getting their start at the NYSIA Incubator. For now, here's a link to a feature piece in American Venture magazine: NYSIA Opens Incubator on Wall Street.
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