May 10, 2012 – The emergence of Web 2.0 technology for sharing, design, advertising and sales has uniquely positioned New York City to become a hub for startups and IT careers, according to a new advocacy group report.

Ambitiously entitled “New Tech City,” the report was conducted by New York City advocacy group, Center for an Urban Future, and sponsored in part by AT&T. It involved a review of data on jobs, funding applications and business moves related to the five boroughs that make up New York City.

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