Behind the Glass, Public SPACE Coworking Opens in Newark to Nurture Tech Community
Commuters hurrying to catch a train in Newark often use a concourse through the office building 2 Gateway Center that passes by Public SPACE, the newest offshoot of =SPACE, a coworking facility with a tech focus.
Sponsored Post: Lessons from the Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda File
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At the NJ Tech Meetup, Hirsch Tells Entrepreneurs “The Odds are Against You” When Looking for Series A Funding
At the June NJ Tech Meetup Brian Hirsch cofounder and managing partner at Tribeca Venture Partners, was interviewed by Ari Ginsberg, one of the NJ Tech organizers, who substituted as host for the vacationing Aaron Price. Hirsch shared information about his background, Tribecca Venture Partners and gave the entrepreneurs in the audience advice.
Startups Shine at Newark Venture Partners Demo Day “Main Event” — Part Two
Newark Venture Partner Labs held its Demo Day for its second cohort on June 27. In this article, we cover the startups that presented in the second half of that day. The article on the startups that presented earlier in the day can be found here. The important thing to remember is that these startups accelerated their companies in Newark, and it is the hope of the founders of Newark Venture Partners that the companies will stay in the city, grow, create jobs, and bring business visitors to Newark.
Startups Shine at Newark Venture Partners Demo Day “Main Event” — Part One.
Newark Venture Partners Labs held its Demo Day for its second cohort June 27. Introducing the companies in that second cohort, Tom Wisniewski, a managing partner at NVP, said that he felt as though he was introducing “his children.”