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.

Disruptive Women

Since technology communities these days are dominated by men, women encounter different challenges that often lead them to leave the tech space. This disruptive event will…
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Disruptive Video

Missed our Disruptive Tech Meet-Up on “The 10 Commandments of Startup Profits?” Read More…

Christopher Uriarte

Christopher Uriarte Payments & Product Officer, said that Vesta Corp can look at a transaction and determine if it’s fraudulent or not. “We have a number of really interesting types of models that we create — we can even get a fingerprint from a PC and know if this guy’s been previously been involved in fraudulent transactions.”  Read More…

Rachel Atkins,

founder of My Pageant Rental, created a safe and supportive online community for the pageant community. Users can buy, sell, rent and loan apparel such as evening gowns,  Read More…

Max Stoller,

founder of the Red/Green App, was a NY Tech Meetup Hack of the Month. It took him six months to create, and he acknowledged that his life is better with Red/Green. The app allows a user send a note to a contact saying “Hey, I’m in the city, want to meet?” Read More…

Marc Thalheim

re-started his company Petstablished at the beginning of the year.  His biggest challenge was to find a good development team. His site is for anyone interested in adopting a pet.   Read More…

The 10 Commandments of Startup Profits was a discussion about having a roadmap to making profits. It was moderated by Kevin Pianko, Partner of WeiserMazars. click here for full video…

Kyle Wharton

Fintech company eMoney Finds Value in Financial Human Advisors: “We want to empower financial advisors…  Read More…

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