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We were thrilled to host the 2019 Sunset Park High School Graduation.
Best of luck to the recent graduates! 
Abelcine at Industry City launched a program called Film Crew in collaboration with Sunset Park High School, in which students were exposed to learning about the production and editing of film. Click to watch Rana's story. 

This film was captured by the emerging content creators of SPHS's Film Crew. 

In addition to Abelcine as a prominent film/video tenant at Industry City, we welcome PGR, a new camera facility on campus featuring their VER Camera division. Click here to read more. 
Last month, The Brooklyn Oyster Dory launched again for the second year in Bush Terminal Park. This program is a collaboration between Billion Oyster Project, ¡Sunset Spark!, Brooklyn Boatworks and Industry City, which teaches students the art of boat building and teamwork skills, all in their backyard.
 Click here to read the full story. 
The Center for an Urban Future partnered with Industry City, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the DUMBO BID, and the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership to report on the growth of the Innovation Economy and the positive impact its had on Brooklyn.
To read the full report, click here

As a follow-up to the CUF report, Andrew Kimball, CEO of Industry City, offers his ideas on how to best connect the Innovation Economy job creation with local residents who need them most.
Click here to read the full Op-Ed piece published by Crain's.

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT), published a one page document on the Innovation Lab's progress over the past year. This work is representative of the partnership between OBT, Southwest Industrial Development Corporation, SCO - Center for Family Life, Brooklyn Workforce Innovations, NYC College of Technology and Industry City. To download click here.  

OBT has also received funding through the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYEDC) which will support local research and result in recommendations for the training and hiring of underrepresented New Yorkers in the tech sector. To read more, click here

Last week, we hosted Alibaba as they launch a series of networking events, helping small business market themselves worldwide. Alibaba is an E-commerce platform enabling United States companies to connect with both suppliers and customers locally and internationally. Alibaba first took to Brooklyn thanks to the growing manufacturing sector in the borough. 

Click here to read the full piece published by Crain's.

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220 36th Street, Suite 2-A
Brooklyn, NY 11232

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