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About New Paltz

Founded in 1678 by French Huguenots, New Paltz is a village in Ulster County in the state of New York with a population of about 6,818 souls hanging out in cafes, meandering its streets or hustling to get to their favorite coworking space to get some work done. Located only 130km from bustling New York City, the town is only 110km from Albany. It's home to the State University of New York, so there are plenty of enthusiastic and energetic tech savvy youth gathering in its bars solving the problems of the world. Historians can have a few wet panty moments as they check out "Historic Huguenot Street" awash in old stone houses and meander the other old buildings that form a part of the "living museum community".

New York has a maturing tech scene that currently boasts around 6,300 startups with tech jobs growing at a rate of 30% over the last decade. Most startups focus on the likes of finance, real estate, fashion and enterprise, which is historically what New York is known for. Apparently there are 7,500 New York based tech companies that are supported by $38.4 billion in investment funds. This has happened over the last 5 years and is underpinned by huge networks of accelerators, incubators, universities and the necessary meet-ups where creatives can mingle. With so many Fortune 500 companies within its midst, fledgling startups are thriving off their success by partnering up with or developing products that enhance what their much larger competitors have on offer.

Breaking into this scene for the most intrepid of innovative souls can be on the daunting side which is where coworking venues come into play as one of the convivial places to hang out, create and get to mingle with those in the know when its locals aren't heading off into the wilds of the Minnewaska State Park.