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.


500 Startups’ managing partner Christine Tsai said she is big on unsexy verticals — so verticals that are disruptive, but maybe not necessarily trendy. Read More…


Professor Bruce Bachenheimer moderated Disruptive Technologists October 2014 event on” NYC Social
Infrastructure & Tech Ecosystem: Are We At An Inflection Point?”
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AlwaysOn’s founder and CEO Tony Perkins advises new startups to look at the Millennial Generation and build products for them because they are the future Read More…


Machinio’s co-founder and CEO Dmitriy Rokhfeld and his partner Dan Pinto filled that need by creating a massive search engine for industrial machinery. The market was ready Read More…


What’s he Thinking?


Erik Mumford, the co-founder and CEO of Piiku, created his company on the fact that the consumer shift from print media to digital has created the need for publishers to pursue paid access models. Read More…

NYC Meetup


NY Tech Meetup goes from 4 to 40,000 members: Co-founder Dawn Barber initially liked the intimacy of the smaller group, but also did not want to restrict people who wanted to attend.
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Building a Dream


Jack Levine, CEO of Electric Objects, is building a computer for display art “We are hardware, we are software, we are lots of different things.Read More…

Ryan Caldwell, MX


At Fall Finovate 2014, MX/MoneyDesktop’s founder and CEO Ryan Caldwell presented Helios, the new cross-platform digital banking framework that is deployable on any device from any plan. Read More…