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Techcrunch Disrupt NY 2016: New Job Prospects

Techcrunch Disrupt NY 2016: New Job Prospects

Techcrunch Dis­rupt brought over 100 new star­tups to Brook­lyn NY from May 9th the 11th 2016 for three days of pre­sen­ta­tions, meet and greets and new ideas.  Media Jobs talked with a num­ber of them. Here is our first sam­pling of some of the inter­est­ing inno­va­tions we came across: Lumenus @lumenuslife start­ed by an avid moun­tain bik­er, Jere­my Wall, is all about bike safe­ty.  Jere­my and his part­ner cre­at­ed cloth­ing and a Blue­tooth app that com­mu­ni­cates your route to oth­er motorists using lights in your out­er­wear.  Jere­my launched the busi­ness by sell­ing his first 325 jack­ets in a Kick­starter project that raised $55,000 which paid for the app and the devel­op­ment. How would you like to spend the same amount of mon­ey this year on your cred­it cards but earn three times the points?  That’s lots more free trips for doing noth­ing dif­fer­ent. Except one thing of course, join­ing Birch­fi­nance.  Accord­ing to Alex Cohen @alexcohenbirch, founder of Birch with his part­ner Alex White­side, the Chief Tech­nol­o­gy Offi­cer, there is a very lucra­tive audi­ence of points afi­ciona­dos’’ who will be very inter­est­ed in their pro­gram.  If the results sub­se­quent to their pre­sen­ta­tion at Dis­rupt NY 2016, where 186 peo­ple signed up with­in…

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Introducing 4C, the New York firm that converts social data into intelligent marketing

When a new tech com­pa­ny rais­es $5 mil­lion in Series B fund­ing a year after being formed, most prod­uct man­agers would agree that it’s prob­a­bly got a pret­ty hot prod­uct. And in the case of New York social data start­up 4C, formed in 2013 from a merg­er between Vox­sup and The Echo Sys­tem, they’d be absolute­ly right. A win­ning com­bi­na­tion Voxsup’s forte was social data, while The Echo System’s was in adver­tis­ing and e‑commerce. The com­bi­na­tion of strengths aris­ing from the fusion of the two has result­ed in data ana­lyt­ics tech­nol­o­gy that will set most prod­uct man­agers invol­un­tar­i­ly sali­vat­ing. Giv­en that Voxsup’s founder, Alok Choud­hary, also works as a pro­fes­sor of elec­tri­cal engi­neer­ing and com­put­er sci­ence at North­west­ern Uni­ver­si­ty, it’s less sur­pris­ing that 4C has some seri­ous­ly smart tech­nol­o­gy behind it. Choud­hary is now 4C’s chief sci­en­tist and chair­man, while the CEO role is occu­pied by Echo Sys­tem founder Lance Neuhauser. Intrigued prod­uct man­agers, of course, will want to know what this tech­nol­o­gy can actu­al­ly do. Accord­ing to the company’s web­site, it’s all about deliv­er­ing action­able insights to For­tune 500 brands, big ad agen­cies and media firms about how peo­ple decide to make pur­chas­es. In a nut­shell, the tech­nol­o­gy enables…

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Techcrunch: Set to Disrupt NYC from 29 April – 1 May 2013

Dis­rupt is a place where any star­tup’s dreams can come true. It’s a plat­form for new busi­ness­es to high­light their prod­ucts and maybe even snag them­selves a shiny investor or two… Fol­low­ing the suc­cess of 2012’s final Techcrunch Hackathon and Dis­rupt which took place in San Fran­cis­co, the America’s fore­most tech­nol­o­gy event will trav­el back to NYC and pro­vide a plat­form for star­tups to hawk their wares and for those look­ing for media jobs the chance to meet poten­tial employ­ers. This year’s Sep­tem­ber event saw around 330 new busi­ness­es vying for the atten­tions of vis­i­tors, which includ­ed investors and incu­ba­tors as well as jour­nal­ists – all eager to make their pre­dic­tion on what might be the next big thing. Bring out the Hack­ers The Dis­rupt event always kicks off with the Hackathon – a 24-hour chance for devel­op­ers and hack­ers to show what they’re made of and come up with a fan­tas­tic con­cept. It’s a fun way to make a seri­ous point – that great ideas are borne from col­lab­o­ra­tion, cre­ativ­i­ty and good old fash­ioned hard work. This year’s Hackathon again demon­strat­ed the tenac­i­ty of the hack­ers, devel­op­ers, design­ers and project man­agers, who, fuelled by donuts, beer and red bull;…

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