NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FurtherEd has launched "The Education Technology Incubator," where top NYC education start-ups can work for free and receive access to all of FurtherEd's resources in its Financial District office. FurtherEd's announcement is a timely response to Mayor Bloomberg's initiative that the "We Are Made in NY" promotional campaign will now include NYC's booming technology industry.
FurtherEd, the largest national provider of online-based education for lawyers, accountants, and other professionals, has established itself at the center of the educational technology industry in New York City. The company features startup organizations in its Sunday night television program on NYC's PBS station, WNYC, Channel 25.
FurtherEd's 8,400-square-foot workspace promotes a culture conducive to growth, collaboration, and technology startups. In addition, companies utilizing the space will have the opportunity to work alongside the FurtherEd team. FurtherEd's incubator provides opportunity for all those with an idea and a company to grow.
As David Schnurman, CEO of FurtherEd, states, "Society is at the doorstep of the most significant change since the Industrial Revolution. Education and technology will be at the forefront of this movement."
DATE AND LOCATION Date: February 21, 2013 Time: 11:00 AM EST Location: 61 Broadway, Suite 1105 New York NY 10006