We scale enterprise technology companies by providing community and workspace, connecting exceptional builders to Fortune 500 buyers, and co-investing in extraordinary founders tackling enormous markets.
A technology hub, amongst major industries and Fortune 500 companies, is emerging in New York City. Yet despite the proximity, startups and corporations aren’t working together enough. Enterprise start-up founders continue to face challenges: slower value creation, complex sales and distribution networks, and lack of immediate feedback. Large corporations struggle to identify and integrate technologies capable of solving numerous critical business problems. Work-Bench bridges the divide to connect builders and buyers.
Post-seed stage enterprise technology companies join Work-Bench with a core founding team, initial product-market fit, and a well-identified problem to solve. Applications are open year-round to startups who want to join our community, connect with customers, and build to scale.
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Jessica is a builder and social engineer on a mission to bring people together to make great things happen. She leads our Work-Bench community, member experience, and enterprise education events.
Jonathan is a geek who dreams about how innovations in enterprise technology can improve the way business is done. Jonathan leads the NY Enterprise Tech Meetup and at Work-Bench invests in top early stage enterprise tech companies.
Cameron is a connector of companies, people and ideas. He matches Work-Bench members with Fortune 500 companies to solve business problems.
Day is a designer and maker who strives to solve problems through improved human experiences. He leads the integrated experience of all things Work-Bench, from digital, print, and spatial matters, and is a champion of design as a means for better enterprise tools.
Brianna is a detail-oriented planner who brings complex ideas to life. At Work-Bench, she focuses on spatial planning and community events to create a unique atmosphere for building to scale.
Mickey loves all things enterprise, spending his nights reading about sales models and consumerization. He works on building community through Work-Bench's content and media outlets.
Rachel is a tech nerd and NYC native excited about shaping New York's enterprise ecosystem. At Work-Bench, she invests in early stage enterprise tech companies transforming the future of work.
H.D. is dedicated to the enrichment of day to day experiences. At Work-Bench, she leads the Community's events, operations, and internal communications. Looks like a job for...
Alex ensures that the Work-Bench team and community stays happy, supported, and motivated. She focuses on coordinating logistics and planning events that create a productive and positive company culture.