Clayton Banks Talks Harlem Tech On The Danny Tisdale Show (Podcast)

Join Clayton Banks, co-founder of Silicon Harlem, as he discusses becoming a member of the Mayor de Blasio’s NYCx Technology Leadership Council with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.

Clayton Banks, is a Harvard School Grad. In 2013 he was recognized as the “Business Person of the Year” by the Harlem Business Alliance. He’s co-founder of Silicon Harlem, a tech company in Harlem who’s vision it is for transforming Harlem in to the next technology and innovation hub. He has help to establish co-working spaces, accelerators, and incubators in Harlem. He’s on the board of the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harlem Tech Fund, the Armory Foundation, Ember, and many more, and lets us not forget that he’s a husband, and dad.

For more information visit www.siliconharlem.net/

For more information visit https://tech.cityofnewyork.us/


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Listen to the conversation below:

All on this week’s edition of The Danny Tisdale Show; the podcast show hosted by businessman, visual artist and former Harlem Community Board member Danny Tisdale.

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