SEP 04 – 06 • 2023
TELL ME WHAT YOU CANNOT DO IN NEW YORK CITY.
Technology New York City, particularly the area known as Silicon Alley in Manhattan, is home to many technology startups and established tech companies. The city is also a major hub for venture capital and angel investment in the tech sector. Finance New York City is home to the world's largest stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, as well as many other financial institutions. The city is a center for financial innovation, with many fintech startups and established companies working on new technologies in areas such as blockchain and digital currencies. Media and advertising New York City is home to many of the world's largest media and advertising companies, and is a center for innovation in areas such as digital advertising and marketing. Art and design New York City is home to many museums and institutions that promote innovation in art and design, such as MoMA and The Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Real estate and architecture New York City is known for its iconic skyscrapers and innovative building designs. Many companies and architects in the city are working on new technologies and designs that are pushing the boundaries of what is possible in construction and real estate development. Food and agriculture New York has been a leader in the field of urban agriculture, with many innovative projects and initiatives taking place throughout the city. Some notable examples include the Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm and Gotham Greens. Health and medicine With a large number of hospitals and research institutions, New York City is a leader in the field of health and medicine. Many companies and researchers in the city are working on new treatments and technologies that are shaping the future of healthcare.
Join us on an exciting journey through the heart of New York City's innovation scene to the bustling streets of Silicon Alley in Manhattan, where you'll get an inside look at the latest advancements in technology from some of the city's most exciting startups and established tech companies.
We'll also take you to the hidden gems of Brooklyn where you'll discover the vibrant startup scene and learn about the revolutionary ideas and technologies that are shaping the future.
You'll get a chance to visit The New York Hall of Science, a hands-on science and technology museum, where you can explore cutting-edge exhibits and programs. The tour will continue to the New York University Tandon School of Engineering, the largest and most comprehensive engineering school in the New York City area, where you can see state-of-the-art research and educational facilities in action.
As a bonus, we'll visit one of the most successful incubators in the city, where you can meet with entrepreneurs, industry leaders and experts, see demos of cutting-edge products, and hear firsthand stories of success and failure. You will get a chance to witness how the incubator is driving innovation and helping startups to grow. Get inspired by the creativity and drive of New York's most innovative minds.