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Last month, we brought you a recap of 2014; now we look ahead to 2015.
A common theme we’re tracking in the coming year: Transitions. How will East Coast tech markets keep their momentum going? Or, really, how will they make sure their gains in startup activity, civic hacking and tech-fueled creativity actually stick?
After a few brief predictions from both local tech community members and the Technical.ly business team, we listen in on a fun conversation with all of Technical.ly’s lead reporters, plus a few steady contributors to boot.
Podcasting taping is about to begin in person, awkwardly. /bd pic.twitter.com/dQsTb9Vq19
— Technically Brooklyn (@TechnicallyBK) December 10, 2014
Tracy Chadwell of 1843 Capital explains the ‘skill set of the ask’
Linnea Roberts and Ita Ekpoudom of GingerBread Capital on supporting female investors and founders
Josh Kopelman of First Round Capital reveals the best thing investors can do to help founders
Astrid Scholz of Zebras Unite and XXcelerate Fund provides a menagerie of investment advice
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