The first event of the season for New York Digital Irish will take place at Bank of Ireland's Startlab hub in New York City on Thursday, September 28. As three startups pitch their plans, IrishCentral will be streaming live via Facebook. 

Digital Irish is a non-profit organization in NYC dedicated to promoting the expansion of Irish startups by providing access to resources and networking opportunities in areas such as social media, mobile, online advertising, analytics etc.

Founded by Feargall Kenny in 2013, #NYDI has grown to over 1000 members with more than 75 startups having presented so far.

The September 28 event marks the kickoff of NYDI's new season, and to celebrate the launch of Bank of Ireland's Global Payments, this month's networking event will be hosted at Bank of Ireland's Startlab in New York, itself a hub for Irish startups working to break into the American market.

IrishCentral will be streaming the pitch portion of the evening live via our Facebook page. The three lucky startups to take the floor will be: 

Britebiz
BriteBiz is a digital efficiency system that streamlines all business processes onto one beautiful platform to allow you to get work done.

Opening.io
Opening.io is AI-powered engine that provides matching, predicting, and intelligent search technology for resume databases & job platforms. The company uses linguistics algorithms to identify patterns within the structure and phrasing of job posts and CVs, converting them into data points to match candidates to suitable jobs.

BlueFace.com
Blueface offer best-in-class cloud communications solutions and a customer-centric approach. Through a combination of reliable, innovative and competitively priced products and services — we empower over 20,000 businesses globally to de-risk quick scaling and internationalization.

To attend in person, check out the event details here, otherwise mark your calendar for the Facebook live on September 28 at 7pm EST.  

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