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NYC launches Digital.NYC site for tech community, startups

Thursday 2 October 2014 | 10:44 CET | News
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has launched Digital.NYC, a website dedicated to serving the city's technology and startup community, the New York Times reported. The site provides different kinds of information, including profiles of city-based tech companies and investors, a continuously updated list of technology and digital-job openings, a calendar of events and startup resources across the five boroughs. At a news conference in Brooklyn, De Blasio pledged to build on predecessor Michael Bloomberg's aggressive push to draw tech companies to New York City. The website is a byproduct

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