XRC in the Center of Corporate Innovation

NYC is one of the top cities for corporate innovation and R&D, and XRC couldn’t be but a part of it. According to Innovation Leader, Manhattan has corporate HQs at practically every intersection, and the city is surrounded by R&D campuses run by companies like IBM, PepsiCo, and Celgene. Even Silicon Valley giants like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are tapping into the city’s …


FINDMINE’S CEO featured in Alley Watch’s Women in NYC Tech

Michelle Bacharach, the CEO and Co-founder of FINDMINE, was featured in Alley Watch’s Women in Tech series, sharing the challenges she’s facing, the perceptions that need to be changed and the work that’s being done in NYC to help promote women in tech. As mentioned on Alley Watch, “FINDMINE is a retail technology that uses machine learning to scale the currently …


LOOMIA’S ‘TEXTILE TRACKPAD’

Smart fabrics are projected to be 130B market by 2025. LOOMIA’s technologies are foundational to this future.This year’s CES report as identified LOOMIA as an innovator in the space. LOOMIA has developed and refined their technology over the years, culminating in IP in: flexible apparel-friendly connectors, components, stretchy direct-to-textile conductive inks, custom battery form factors, and e-patterned materials.  LOOMIA designs …


Loomia finalist startup for LVMH Innovation Award

Chosen from more than 500 candidates, XRC Cohort 2 Loomia has been selected as one of the 32 finalists for the first LVMH Innovation Award competition. The nomination will take place during Viva Technology, the annual showcase for digital transformation set for June 15-17, 2017. For the full list of  finalists who will be featured at Viva Technology in the LVMH Lab, click …


FURNISHR CTO FEATURED IN ALLEY WATCH’S WOMEN IN NYC TECH

Karen Lau, Co-founder and CTO of Furnishr, was interviewed by Alley Watch in the series of Women in NYC Tech, as one good female example of sucess in the tech sector. As reported by Alley watch, “starting her career in computer science, Lau decided to follow her passion for interior design before founding Furnishr. Furnishr, the turn-key solution for furnishing your …


LOOMIA’S CEO FEATURED IN ALLEY WATCH’S WOMEN IN NYC TECH

Janett Martinez, CEO of Loomia, participated in Alley Watch’s series of Women in NYC Tech. Growing up in NYC, Janett studied design technology and previously freelancing as a programmer, board op, and master electrician prior to launching her venture. Active in the NYC FashionTech scene, Janett is also extremely involved with other organizations that help women advance in the tech world. Janett …