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International Technology Exchange! Harlem Havana

Travel with Silicon Harlem & Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce for an International Technology Exchange CUBA GHCC People to People Tour Visiting Varadero and Havana February 21 – 28, 2017 Visit harlemhavana.nyc To reserve: Call Linda Walton at 212-862-7200 Limited availability

Giving

Leading up to Thanksgiving, Silicon Harlem did an office food drive for the major hunger relief organization of New York City since 1983 “Food Bank of NYC”.

Rabble’s Interview with Silicon Harlem Co-Founder Clayton Banks

November 1, 2016 You’ve been working intently on building Silicon Harlem for the last three years. Tell us more about the initiative. We’re about building economic opportunity for all through digital literacy. At Silicon Harlem, we’re transforming Harlem into a technology and innovation hub. We establish co-working spaces, work to build gigabit infrastructure, secure investment […]

Silicon Harlem aiming to bring tech innovation to upper Manhattan

Harlem, home of the Apollo, Sylvia’s soul food and decades of African-American cultural history, has long been considered the “Black Mecca,” and now, one organization is attempting to help one of New York’s most famous neighborhoods chart a new course for the 21st century.  Silicon Harlem, a for-profit social venture that got started in 2008, […]

Mission Possible

WeWork and Silicon Harlem announced the “Mission Possible” program for entrepreneurs at Friday’s Third Annual Next Gen Tech & Innovation Conference. Through “Mission Possible” entrepreneurs who apply for the program…

Harlem is the place for Tech

At this year’s annual Harlem Economic Development Day, Silicon Harlem founder Clayton Banks compared Matthews with Thomas Edison as he presented her with the 2016 Outstanding Corporate Diversity Award. A majority…

Amesterdam News on Clayton Banks

Clayton Banks, the founder and co-executive producer of Silicon Harlem, is almost as everywhere as the internet. No matter what major event occurs in Harlem, Banks can be found in the audience or on a panel or called on to explain the digital divide and what can be done to bridge this………