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Tech ecosystem booms in the Bronx

Tech ecosystem booms in the Bronx

Education, Jobs February 7, 2016 at 1:13 pm 1 comment

A business that recently opened in Mott Haven, MetaBronx, aims to change the face of the tech world by providing fledgling tech companies a boost.

New tech center promises Mott Haven jobs

New tech center promises Mott Haven jobs

Economy, Jobs September 17, 2015 at 7:20 pm 3 comments

A shining 15,000 sq. ft. facility celebrated its grand opening in Port Morris on Thursday, designed to provide full-service software testing and development – and to create 150 new jobs.

Tech startup will call Port Morris home

Tech startup will call Port Morris home

Business, Jobs April 3, 2015 at 3:39 pm 3 comments

Doran Jones, a new IT company that will partner with Per Scholas, is set to open in May, bringing 150 new jobs to Port Morris.

Port Morris at forefront of digital revolution

Port Morris at forefront of digital revolution

Education, Jobs February 27, 2015 at 11:30 am 3 comments

Four startups shared their vision for the future of the South Bronx’s suddenly growing tech industry.

LinkNYC will put more Bronxites on line

LinkNYC will put more Bronxites on line

Government December 12, 2014 at 5:39 pm 2 comments

A new city initiative to convert moribund pay phones into Internet kiosks has some local entrepreneurs excited with the possibilities.

Per Scholas announces new job training program

Education April 26, 2014 at 8:28 am 0 comments

A new educational program in Mott Haven could bring as many as 150 high-tech jobs to the area. Technology educational non-profit Per Scholas and software engineering and consulting firm Doran Jones will partner to create a software testing center at Per Scholas’ local headquarters at 804 East 138th St.

In new home, Per Scholas creates opportunity

In new home, Per Scholas creates opportunity

Business, Education February 6, 2010 at 4:01 pm 0 comments

When Torrey Hopkins got out of jail in 1999, it was easy for him to find a job. Hopkins, who had done time for a non-violent offense he committed as a teenager, had done well in high school and had good references that landed him a job in information technology.Read More