Three Brooklyn startups are featured in Time’s 2014 10 NYC Startups to Watch list. These startups, along with seven others, will be honored during Internet Week. “Breakout” Brooklyn companies include:
- Placemeter: Currently incubated at the New York Times, this startup wants to track how crowded a place is before you visit it. The team will be based in Brooklyn after its NYT stint.
- Strolby: The company sells locally made, limited-production goods from small shops using an online platform. They began with local Brooklyn businesses and have since expanded to the Hudson Valley.
- Maker’s Row: Cofounder Tanya Menedez has participated in one of our past panels to discuss why her company that sources American manufacturers is based in Brooklyn.