030: Silicon Harlem Co-founders Clayton Banks & Bruce Lincoln
Good evening, I.T. entrepreneurs. In tonight’s podcast (Episode 30), Silicon Harlem Co-founders Clayton Banks and Bruce Lincoln describe how their organization is transforming Harlem, New York, into a sustainable technology and innovation hub for local citizens and startups. Plus, some timely thoughts on regional and national broadband — and it’s role in economic development. To hear this podcast: Visit our classic podcast series on the After Nines Inc. site: 030 Silicon Harlem Co-founders.
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