Disruptive Technologists ®

…and the entrepreneurial culture in New York City

The people that interrupt the normal course or unity with technology. They are the game-changers, the brilliant thinkers, the hackers, the founders and the people that finance them.

Disrupter Event


Do you know the 10 commandments of startup profits? Come join us as we discuss the exact steps needed to have a profitable startup and have pizza while doing it!
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David Drake


David Drake, Soho Loft and LDJ Capital said that one of the most important points when when it comes to Real Estate & Crowdsouring is the need to nderstand who you are and what are your strengths?   Read More…

Johanna Ramani


Johanna Smith Ramani, Senior Innovation Director at Doorways to Dreams Fund says that Millennials are very mission-purpose driven, and so for them careers are  less about the profit or what the boss wants and more about what is meaningful for them or has value. Read More…

Glen DaSilva


Glen DaSilva has a scandalous story to tell – how he got involved in the 2002 Breeder’s Cup betting fraud. The incident was the largest betting scandal to take placeRead More…


Ambarish Mitra


Under the direction of co-founder and CEO Ambarish Mitra, Blippar has grown from a groundbreaking idea to the industry leader for Augmented Reality.  Read More…

Josh Flowers


VISA Cards, Millennials and the Walking Dead: How does this relate to Josh Flowers, the CFO of Card.com, the personalized mobile alternative to checking accounts? Read More…

Joe Rubin


Joe Rubin FundingPost ran his regular summer real estate conference a bit differently this year. It was not only focused on real state crowdfunding, but there was also a regulation A workshop and a mastermind class. The event was made up of family offices, real estate entrepreneurs, real estate investors, crowdfunders and crowdfunding platforms. Read More…

Failure = Feedback


In the startup world, failure can be viewed as valuable feedback. As Bill Gates said, “It’s fine to celebrate success, but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.” Read More…