“With a record number of submissions received, BigApps 3.0 is once again demonstrating the type of talent that exists here in our City. Starting today, I urge all New Yorkers to vote for these incredibly creative ideas, which are certain to play an important role in shaping the future of New York City as well as its economy.” said Seth W. Pinsky, President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
Apps cover a wide range of industries and ideas like hailing cabs, saving graffiti, recycling help, real estate and many more.
Thirteen prizes, totaling $50,000, will be awarded to app makers who receive the most votes. NYCEDC will also give away two NY Tech Meetup demo slots, two TechStarts finalist spots and membership in the first BigApps Founders Network.
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