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The letter included some key points (we’ve cherrypicked our faves) that New York has:
- A front row seat to innovation, with more than 6,000 startups based here.
- A bustling tech industry that is now the city’s fastest-growing sector, with more than
7,000 tech firms employing close to 300,000 workers.
- 24 million square feet of new office space coming to market during the next five years.
- A significant commitment to teach computer science to all 1.1 million students in its school system by 2025.
— Tech:NYC (@TechNYC) October 11, 2017
Ball’s in your court now, Bezos.-30-
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