Our top-ranked healthtech accelerator gives startups access to the most extensive network of potential customers in healthcare, including national providers, major insurance companies, and pharmaceutical corporations.
Our urbantech program gives built environment startups an opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in real estate, to start pilots, and to be part of the transformation of an urban district into a smart city.
SecureTech is designed for startups on the cutting edge of logical, social and physical security. Startups work with CISOs, CSOs, and security leaders at large corporations, government agencies, and the military to grow their businesses and achieve scale.
Our friends at Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), in partnership with the City of New York, are looking for cybersecurity startups to compete in the Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge, a competition to win a $1 million investment from Jerusalem Venture Partners and the chance to join Hub.NYC.
Earlier this week, the team at Strategic Cyber Ventures released a report on the state of the cybersecurity venture market. Venture investors poured $5.3 billion into cybersecurity startups in 2018. This is a 20% increase from 2017, which saw about $4.4 billion in venture capital investment in the cybersecurity space.