Monday, October 03, 2011

Startup-ville, NYC

Nice digs. I think the community aspect and seminars on topics like venture or employment law are really valuable. Probably not as good as Y-Combinator, but what do you expect for NYC? ;-)


Jean Huiskamps said...

Cool idea! I once did an audit at the Philips industrial design lab (12 years ago) and they already had this kind of loose environment - with sofa's and dinner tables. Totally different from the rest of the company housing. I had never seen soemthing like that before. Probably it really works.

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