The Harlem Technology Guide is a listing of the best technology companies in Harlem as curated by our anonymous sponsor.
There were more tech companies in the market, the focus was consciously made on curating the best to illustrate the trend in Harlem.
1. Cofound/harlem.’ Cofound/harlem is the first accelerator out of NYC’s latest tech hub – Harlem. They offer startups an unprecedented opportunity at growing to the next level. They provide free space with natural light, great energy, and easily accessible through public transit. Mentorship with a focused and rigorous curriculum from the brightest minds in the Startup community. The 0% equity accelerator on a mission to build and plant 100 sustainable, tech companies in Harlem in 5 years. https://cofound.co/
2. Harlem Biospace. Harlem Biospace is acuity-funded incubator for budding medical companies unveiling the new tenets located in the old Factory District of Harlem, New York. With a beautiful wet lab outfitted with modern biotech equipment, combined with exciting classes, space, mentorship, equipment, community and events, they are creating a community to turn ideas into inventions that solve real health problems and more, http://harlembiospace.com/
4. Harlem Garage, Harlem Garage is a tech and small business incubator. Membership at the Harlem Garage includes desk and conference room space, high-speed Wi-Fi and a business address, hosts networking events, workshops from tips from venture capitalists to securing intellectual property insurance. http://harlemgarage.com/
3. Harlem Business Alliance. Harlem Business Alliance opened the doors to Creative Workspace in March 2013, it was the first co-working space in Harlem. Located on the ground floor at 275 Lenox Avenue, Creative Workspace is dedicated to providing an innovation hub where entrepreneurs can meet, collaborate, and work. The center is available to rent for co-workers, meetings, and private events. http://www.creativeworkspacehba.com/
4. Silicon Harlem. Silicon Harlem’s mission is to galvanize upper Manhattan companies and residents to embrace a model to transform Harlem into a technology and innovation hub that thrives in the digital economy, http://www.siliconharlem.net/
Related: Listen to an interview with Silicon Harlem founder Clayton Banks with Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show on Harlem World Radio.
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