Mayor Bill de Blasio and Chief Technology Officer Miguel Gamiño, Jr. today announced members of the NYCx Technology Leadership Advisory Council, adding Harlem’s Clayton Banks (pictured above), CEO, of Silicon Harlem as a member. Continue Reading →
Budding entrepreneurs in Harlem have the chance to win up to a year of free office space when Co-working company WeWork opens its first location in the neighborhood. Continue Reading →
Today, Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and the Joint Economic Committee (JEC) Democrats held a public forum at the Harlem Hospital Center to discuss the impact of economic challenges and persistent inequities facing the African American community in New York. Continue Reading →
On Friday, October 16, 2015, Silicon Harlem will host a one of a kind conference that puts real focus on what opportunities there are in the innovation economy. Continue Reading →
There were more tech companies in the market, the focus was consciously made on curating the best to illustrate the trend in Harlem.
Clayton Banks graduated from Harvard, he worked as Vice President of sales at Comedy Central, Regional Director at Showtime Networks, Banks was President of the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications. Continue Reading →
Harlem Week holds Economic Development Day at the Second Annual Basil Paterson Awards Luncheon Honors that honors Paula Madison, Africa Channel and Former Diversity VP at NBC Michelle Roberts, Executive Director, National Basketball Players Assoc Wendy Lewis, Senior Vice President, Major League Baseball. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday April 22, Digital NYC brought the Five-Borough Tour to at Madiba at MIST, Harlem, hosting a panel of three of Harlem’s leading entrepreneurs:John Henry, Samuel K. Sia and Clayton Banks, who addressed the business, mission, challenges, successes, and advantages of their companies. Continue Reading →