Spring 2018 Reception | April 30, 2018
There's a push to turn the North Shore into a tech hub. The three tech startups chosen to be part of the College of Staten Island's tech incubator in St. George were revealed on Monday [NY1 Coverage]. Special guest speaker, NYC Council member Peter Koo, shares his vision of a technologically driven New York City.
Rentah.com is a New York based Sharing Economy Start Up. Rentah's marketplace and mobile apps facilitate easy and trustworthy rentals of goods and services between people near each other - the way neighbors used to do. "Our mission is to give individuals and businesses the opportunity to earn and save money by tapping into the power of renting and sharing our local products and talents." #RentahLove
Find My Everything Inc. is a technology company that specializes in creating and selling GPS tracking devices. These devices are synced to an app and allow users to trace all of their important items. These items can include luggage, backpacks, children, and pets. Our mission at Find My Everything Inc. is "to protect what's closest to your heart". With our company, we’re not just promoting a product, we’re promoting a peace of mind. And a peace of mind is priceless.
g-dii is a New York based technology company founded in 2016 that makes organizational culture visible through digital technology and neuroscience – uncovering hidden cultural capacity that transforms organizations. g-dii focuses on extending the boundaries of organizational performance to optimize how the modern workforce develops, relates and engages with the world. g-dii delivers insights through our proprietary diagnostics and platform for the individual and enterprise, how employees think and feel about other people.