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NYC’s Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator Announces Participants for its Winter 2020 Program; Companies Receive $100,000 Investments

New York—January 13, 2020—Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) today announced that it has selected its Winter 2020 class, which begins today. The companies selected to participate in the four-month program are innovating in a variety of significant industries, all with businesses ready to take advantage of ERA’s platform and the broader New York City opportunity. This […]
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Forbes 30 Under 30 2020 includes alum from six ERA companies

We’re thrilled that the Forbes 30 Under 30 for 2020 included alum from six ERA companies. Here they are: CareSwitch (W’19) Ilya Vakhutinsky & Mark Fayngersh Chicory (S’14) Yuni Sameshima & Joey Petracca Choosy (W’18) Jessie Zeng & Mo Zhou Dashride (W’14) Nadav Ullman & Tom Bachant Eventable (W’15) Sameen Karim & Akash Malhotra Scopio (W’19) Nour Chamoun
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We’re Hiring: Operations Intern

Operations Intern at ERA Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) is seeking an Operations Intern to support our team for the Winter 2020 Accelerator Program. Location: New York, NY About ERA ERA (http://eranyc.com) is an early-stage investment fund and technology accelerator in NYC. Since 2011, ERA has invested in 190+ companies through its accelerator platform. Its portfolio […]
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Founder conversations: Construction tech start-up finds inspiration — and a new strategy — in the trenches

Growing up in a Maryland construction family, Joe Leiva had mud on his workboots even before heading off to college for a civil engineering degree. After returning to help with the family business, Joe saw firsthand how public works subcontractors were quickly buried by government red tape. Every contract required 20+ different forms, such as […]
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Beware of Trees Falling on Your Home and Your Insurance Premium

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Falling Trees?  You’ve probably heard the old adage If a tree falls in a forest, and no one hears it, does it make a sound? But what if a tree falls on your house – are you covered? What about if it falls in your yard or falls on your fence? The answer is not straightforward. Many Variables Come […]
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Before designing our process, we read everything we could find on the topic. Here’s what we took away. The TL;DR is this. Agile is a way of thinking more than anything else as it applies to Data Science and Machine Learning. It’s about creating a process that breaks big things down into small task

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When Are You Ready for Multi-Touch Attribution?

You’ve likely been using Google Analytics for a while now. It’s invaluable for many things, like providing a single source of truth for conversion counts. But as you expand the scope of your marketing, you start to realize its limitations.

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