May 11th, 2016

3 E-Commerce Startups in New York City

Category:Hara Partners | Posted By Mai Erne at 2:48 PM

New York City

3 E-Commerce startups in New York City everyone should keep there eyes on. There has been some talk of New York City has been lagging behind Silicon Valley in the tech industry, but these startups prove that this is just talk. After all, the reason people are saying these things about New York is because it has a lot of startups that don’t make it. Whereas, in Silicon Valley they had startups like Google and others that shot right to the top. But in New York no marketing firm in their right mind will give a startup a lot of money. This makes financial and economic sense but, it might be too conservative to have something like Google happen. However, here are some startups located in New York that have promise.

1.Upworthy

Upworthy is a startup that started a little over a year ago in New York City. The website’s mission statement is to make web content that matters go viral. The website is focused on empowering important content on the web.

2.The Muse

The Muse started in 2011, so it is only five years old, but has made a huge splash. The starters of this startup were three women who decided to start their own career development site. They started it because they were sick and tired of sites like Monster and others which they believed were agonizing sites to find anything on. SInce its launch, The Muse has help over 2 million people find a job. They were successful by asking the question, “What do I want to do with my Life.”

3.Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed is a startup from New York. I was surprised too. It is hard to believe that Buzzfeed was once a startup since it has blown up into a major social media website.I mean on Facebook Buzzfeed has almost 16 million likes.

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