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ERA Statement to our Founder Community

These past few months have been a time of crisis for our New York community and our country. The senseless killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, along with too many Black Americans before them, have only highlighted racist attitudes and institutional racism that have plagued us as a country for far too long. […]
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User Research in the Time of Coronavirus

Depending on where you live, the industry you work in, you may have experienced a collective escalation in the concern about Coronavirus, aka COVID-19. We certainly have here at User Interviews. As research advocates, we’re always on team discover what’s true; don’t panic. What we know is that markets are reacting, and places of business […]
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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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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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