Today is International Open Data Day and the launch of New York City’s inaugural Open Data Week! Through TEN thought provoking sessions and TWELVE small group workshops, this year’s conference asks you to improve community resources, and challenges you to build a collective future.
If you are joining us in person, the doors open at 9:00 AM. Please bring your eventbrite ticket via paper or on your mobile device. You will have to provide proof of registration to attend the conference. Sadly, the event is at capacity and we will not have tickets at the door.
We’re using Google Sheets to publish our schedule and detailed session descriptions. All workshops will be first come, first serve.
All participants can join us online via BetaNYC’s slack #events-NYCsoData channel or via the hashtag #NYCsoData on twitter or facebook.
Thanks to the Internet Society New York Chapter, you can join our main stage via YouTube.
Thank you supporters.
Thank you sponsors, community partners, Rise New York, volunteers, speakers, solidarity ticket holders, and participants! This year, we asked you to help us cover the event’s cost and everyone has chipped in a bit. This event would not be possible without your support and the generous support of the following event partners.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer
NYC Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics (MODA)
NYC Mayor’s Office of Tech and Innovation (MOTI)
NYC Open Data
NYC Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DoITT)
Data & Society
Internet Society New York Chapter
Rise New York is a global community of startups and corporates creating the future of commerce and fintech by helping startups and entrepreneurs connect, co-create, and scale innovation. In partnership with Barclays, we listen, nurture and oxygenate through our international network of Rise hubs. Rise New York also houses a world-class event space and is home to the U.S. cohort of the Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars.