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In this recording, hear about the future of NYC and how tech can help rebuild after the COVID shut down with Julie Samuels, Executive Director of Tech:NYC. Here she is in conversation with Senior Fellow for Social Entrepreneurship and SIPA Professor Sarah Holloway.
This talk was recorded before the murder of George Floyd, and that – along with the subsequent movements and conversations – has highlighted the need to work even harder to ensure that the opportunities that tech provides are spread evenly across NYC and address the diverse needs of all New Yorkers.
Dive into the details:
00:16 – An intro to Tech:NYC
3:00 – How information sharing was key to getting the tech community through the COVID closing, and how it is crucial to getting back to the office – and getting back to life.
7:05 – How COVID is changing how we work, and what that might mean for the long term.
16:00 – Considering a move away from a “business district” as we know it and towards a hub-and-spoke model for offices, plus what that means for communities.
17:14 – Incentivizing entrepreneurs to support work until the NYC transportation system can really grind back into gear.
20:02 – How the tech industry can engage in the rebuild of NYC.
22:55 – Opportunities for entrepreneurs to step in and innovate.