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New York

New York

New York is certainly a great place to live, with opportunities aplenty—particularly in the tech world.

Our New York Magento meetups are hosted in New York, and we attract a lot of company here that we may not attract if we lived anywhere else.

Below you can see all of our posts related to this beautiful city. We write about the ecommerce meetup, in addition to all of the powerful companies that are based in New York.

We have posts related to interesting miscellania, as you can see from “Who Is Calling Me From 646-588-4643,” a little jokey blog post we wrote about a desperate recruiter who was persistently calling us.



Hara Partners has extensive experience with Magento – we’ve been working closely with them since Magento first hit the market in 2007. The Hara professionals first reverse-engineered the Magento software in early 2008 and ever since we’ve been creating, customizing and integrating for our 250+ satisfied customers.


The Hara Partners staff consist of a core carefully cultivated experts from fields spanning the business and eCommerce development spectra, and their hand-picked teams. Having experts from across all of business permits us to take a more holistic approach to Magento development in which we examine your business across its entire face – from marketing and sales strategies, to design and development and all the way to market analysis and long term planning.

Partnership Approach

At Hara Partners we ascribe to the belief that without listening to the customer we’ll never be able to make them happy; and so we place a heavy emphasis on transparency and collaboration. In fact, you’ll play an integral role throughout the entire process, tasked with brainstorming, strategizing and decision making duties, as well as reviewing and okaying strategies, blueprints and mock-ups at carefully chosen checkpoints. And we’ll take pains to ensure our relationship doesn’t end when the project has been completed, instead we’ll be there to ease you through updates, help with new feature training and troubleshooting, and to handle any future development issues, whether they be business oriented or technical in nature.