Tyler Roye

LISTnet to premier tech showcase program

LISTnet wants to make sure nobody gets lost in the shuffle. With Long Island wading deeper into an innovation economy, new tech and biotech enterprises form with regularity. But not every one of those startups arrives with fanfare or is fully recognized for its successes, even those launched by entrepreneurs who’ve enjoyed past fanfare and success – and the Long Island Software & Technology Network wants to give credit where it’s due. So LISTnet is…


eGifter closes $3.5M angel investment, adds Italy deal

eGifter, the Huntington-based digital gifting platform, has closed on a $3.5 million investment round and announced a partnership that will expand the brand in Europe. The funding comes from the Long Island Angel Network, BDS Capital, Angel Dough Ventures, 94Bits and “several angel investors,” according to the company. The latest round, which pushes the startup’s total funding above $6 million, will help eGifter accelerate its growth by adding R&D, sales and marketing staffers, according to CEO…


Ed Mangano

Mangano’s tech team eyes job fair

A technology-themed job fair, a potential tech trade show and new online-access options were among the ideas tossed around at the first meeting of Nassau County’s Tech Task Team. Under the working title “T-Cubed” (other names being considered include “Tech Island”), the team met April 1 at the Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola, and while the kickoff gathering was largely organizational, insiders say it was also highly enthusiastic. Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano,…