SMART CITIES NYC ‘17 is the first conference and expo that curates the intersection of technology and urban life.
Coming to you from iconic public spaces across New York City and the revitalized canvas of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, this unprecedented event features three engagement platforms, world-renowned speakers, and a multitude of public events.
Your ideas and innovations will reach an audience of millions, beginning in the Spring of 2016 and culminating in a four-day event May 3- 6, 2017.
The first of its kind in North America, Smart Cities NYC ‘17: Powered by People highlights the growing movement for urban and civic innovation around the world. Hosted at the Brooklyn Navy Yard--a powerful example of the possibilities for reimagined urban space--Smart Cities NYC ‘17 creates an unprecedented opportunity for interaction, innovation, and imagination.
This 4-day event gives industry leaders, technology pioneers, city officials, and policymakers from around the world a platform to present innovative solutions to urban challenges. Smart Cities NYC '17 will emphasize growth, sustainability, resilience, and equity by exploring key issues at the intersection of technology, infrastructure, and inclusion. To view the Smart Cities NYC '17 program, click here.
Since its inception in 2008, the Future of Energy Summit has featured a unique convergence of the old and the new – traditional players and advanced-energy leaders . It continues to create an environment for making new connections, and serves as a forum to discuss the critical energy issues of today and the next decade.
StartupColumbia is a two-day celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship. Day 1 is the culmination of the $250,000 Columbia Venture Competition. Day 2 is the all-day conference featuring innovators and entrepreneurs examining future solutions to the world's most vexing problems.
TechCrunch and Future Labs team up to launch a pitch-off competition with six NY-based startups judged by a panel of investors, tech leaders, and TechCrunch writers. The companies just get 2 minutes to pitch and must answer hardball questions from the panel. Judges provide actionable feedback. Our winner gets a free demo table in Startup Alley at Disrupt NY in May.
The 16th Annual Wall Street Green Summit is the longest running and most comprehensive sustainable finance event in the industry. Launched in 2002 by Peter Fusaro, the Wall Street Green Summit covers cutting edge content, industry developments and features the practitioners and the leaders of tomorrow. The emergence of the "Impact Economy" is where main street investors team up with corporations, entrepreneurs and government to solve environmental and social problems while generating financial returns.
The 2017 Wall Street Green Summit XVI is the “one-stop shop” to come up to speed on the latest developments in Green Innovation & Finance.
BuildingsNY, the largest gathering of property owners, managers, designers and architects, delivers a broad range of solutions for building and maintaining smart, efficient buildings. With a unique combination of an exhibition, no cost education, workshops, partnership opportunities and networking events, BuildingsNY offers everything you need to make your buildings smarter than ever.
New York City’s strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80% by the year 2050 provides both a challenge and an opportunity for the world of transportation. What is certain is that in order to reach this goal, New York City will have to dramatically shift away from personal car usage to more sustainable modes.
But in a city of 8.6 million people and counting, where streets have long been designed for private cars instead of people, where do we begin to claim road space for a low- (and no-) emissions future? How can we both incentivize low-emission travel and pursue designs and policies that discourage driving? Low-emissions zones, car-free streets, car-free days, parking reform, and restrictions on high-emission vehicles can all move the needle on climate change as well as influence how we think about street space.
Join industry experts as they present and discuss the essential role for storage in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, transforming our electric grid and advancing clean transportation solutions.
NY-BEST invites all energy storage industry leaders, technology developers, grid and transportation experts, researchers, entrepreneurs, policy makers, engineers, academics and interested investors to attend and meet our many speakers and exhibitors as we discuss the future of energy storage in New York.
Hosted by New York University, led by students. The NYU Entrepreneurs Festival is the largest student-run celebration of NYU entrepreneurs, startups, and their visions.
The annual NYU Entrepreneurs Festival is the largest student-run entrepreneurial event in the nation. More than 1000 attendees, 100 speakers, and 50 NYU startups will fill Tisch Hall at the NYU Stern School of Business during this two-day festival
Register ($2,895.00) (register before December 10, 2016 and receive a discount of: – 400.00)
Joint ventures are a strategic way for companies to innovate, enter new markets, and accelerate growth. But, joint ventures are also complex and can be difficult to execute well. While there is potential for great reward, there is also the possibility of greater risk. Companies now recognize that a highly disciplined approach to launching a joint venture is needed to ensure positive outcomes, but for many, the steps to success are still unclear.
The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is an annual conference and technology showcase that brings together experts from different technical disciplines and professional communities to think about America’s energy challenges in new and innovative ways.
Lightspeed partner, Krish Parikh, will be visiting Columbia to host a session for students interested in learning about VC/startups/entrepreneurship. Lightspeed Venture Partners is an early stage investor in both enterprise and consumer companies, including Snapchat, Nest, Nutanix, Docker, and GrubHub.
Solar Power Northeast, formerly known as Solar Power PV Conference & Expo – Boston (or PV America) attracts 1,500 northeast PV leaders, manufacturers, and service providers looking to grow their business in the Northeast US. The event caters to installers, by offering affordable educational opportunities through workshops and hands-on training.
The Columbia Energy Symposium is the largest student-run energy event in New York City, bringing together more than 300 energy professionals, students, faculty, leaders, and executives representing industry, government, and society, to explore and advance our insights into today’s challenging energy questions. Key topics for discussion will include how new technologies, business models, and innovative financing strategies are disrupting the traditional energy system from the entrance of battery storage, to the rise of LNG trading, to the evolving utility business models.