NY Mayor Bloomberg announces Made in New York Digital Map to showcase tech jobs
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has just announced the Made in New York Digital Map, an online map that shows off the city’s tech startups and job opportunities, at Internet Week New York‘s headquarters. The map tracks over 500 startups and investors to help designers, developers and college graduates find jobs.
The map, spearheaded by the city’s chief digital officer Rachel Sterne, Mike Bodge and Internet Week New York, exemplifies what’s happened over the past five years in NY, where hundreds of tech companies and agencies have built the city into a reputable tech scene.
As you can see below, the map keeps a tally of the number of companies hiring (right now there are over 300 companies hiring), and invites more tech companies to submit themselves as well. The city will be maintaining the map from here on out.
The Made in NY Digital Map is a visual testament to the vibrant state of New York’s digital industry – showing a powerful constellation of over 500 homegrown startups, investors and coworking spaces across the five boroughs. Browse by neighborhood, review job postings, or add your own startup to the digital landscape – the Made in NY Map is a living resource that reflects New York City’s dynamic innovation ecosystem.