FarmersWeb steps in to help bring local produce to your table seamlessly

FarmersWeb steps in to help bring local produce to your table seamlessly

source link Local and organic farmers seem to be having a tough time capitalizing on the demand for their produce. From the unnecessary services of middlemen to not being able to get word out about their goods, these farms needed help. Enter FarmersWeb, a site that’s connecting regional farms with wholesale buyers. CEO and co-founder Jennifer Goggin explains Continue reading FarmersWeb steps in to help bring local produce to your table seamlessly

Alert the press! 4 startups that are changing digital journalism

Alert the press! 4 startups that are changing digital journalism

can i buy Premarin over the counter in spain The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism DemoNight showcased five media ventures that are trying to break new journalistic ground. The presenters of the evening included: Informerly – Co-founder Ranjan Roy shared his idea to help everyone interested and associated with the e-commerce field to “stay informed.” Using a Continue reading Alert the press! 4 startups that are changing digital journalism

The 5 pet tech sites your furry friend wishes you were visiting

The 5 pet tech sites your furry friend wishes you were visiting

City life can get pretty lonely for many, which is why many people decide to share it with pets. For all the unconditional loving your four-legged companions give you, they deserve more than just a walk in the park and an occasional trip to the grooming salon. New York’s animal-loving entrepreneurs have started a whole Continue reading The 5 pet tech sites your furry friend wishes you were visiting

Girl geek chic: Female tech trailblazers who want to make geek glamorous

Girl geek chic: Female tech trailblazers who want to make geek glamorous

The event, held at the Apple Store in SoHo, was hosted by Women Innovate Mobile’s Kelly Hoey. The panelists included Adda Birnir, co-founder of SkillCrush, Kimberly Bryant of Black Girls Code, Samantha John, co-founder of Hopscotch, Kristen Titus, executive director of Girls Who Code and Rachel Weiss, VP of digital innovation and new business ventures at L’Oreal. What moves these women to do Continue reading Girl geek chic: Female tech trailblazers who want to make geek glamorous

Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

With the growing number of farmers markets and shops that sell locally made goods, New York’s legion of budding chefs is spoilt for choice when it comes to outlets to share their goods. But for a growing company, it becomes difficult to operate out of a tiny apartment kitchen after a point. Enter the food Continue reading Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans

8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans

You can’t walk more than a few blocks in New York City without seeing a restaurant. Sometimes the decision of where to get your next meal can be a little overwhelming. It doesn’t stop there. It’s not just where to go, but also what to get – everyone’s looking for healthy options today, but unfortunately, Continue reading 8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans

The Way of The Dude abides at Lebowski temple of merch

The Way of The Dude abides at Lebowski temple of merch

 Tucked away in a small storefront not far from Washington Square Park is a store whose owner greets customers while dressed in a bathrobe, slippers and a wolf’s hat. He isn’t hung over, just mirroring the cult film character his shop is dedicated to — Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski. The Little Lebowski Store, at 215 Continue reading The Way of The Dude abides at Lebowski temple of merch

Men in Pink: The Other Breast Cancer Patients

Men in Pink: The Other Breast Cancer Patients

“A 200:1 ratio is very difficult to overcome,” said Darryl Mitteldorf, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and program director of Malecare, a 14-year-old support group for male cancer patients, based in New York City. Malecare counsels as many as 700 male breast cancer cases every year, even though the ratio of women diagnosed to men Continue reading Men in Pink: The Other Breast Cancer Patients

Renewed Attempts to Preserve “New York’s Temple of Power”

Renewed Attempts to Preserve “New York’s Temple of Power”

Take a walk west on 59th Street, toward the Hudson River, and you will end up face to face with one of the most important buildings in New York City’s history. Situated between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues and occupying an entire city block, the legendary Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) Powerhouse sits majestically amid a mix of Continue reading Renewed Attempts to Preserve “New York’s Temple of Power”