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Posted on: November 9, 2015


Long Island’s Biggest Tech Expo for Local Companies

Mineola, NY – Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Nassau County Tech Task Team (T3), co-chaired by Peter Goldsmith of LISTnet and Andrew Hazen of LaunchPad Long Island, remind residents of the latest Technology Island initiative; Long Island Tech Day! Long Island Tech Day, Long Island’s Biggest Tech Expo, will take place on November 10th from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mitchel Field Athletic Complex, located at One Charles Lindbergh Boulevard in Uniondale. Long Island Tech Day provides local technology companies and startups the opportunity to show off their talent and pool of tech enthusiasts to consumers, high caliber investors and the media.

County Executive Mangano stated, “I applaud the work of my Tech Task Team and our business partners for launching Long Island Tech Day – the biggest Tech Expo on Long Island! Through Technology Island initiatives we continue to support and strengthen Nassau’s tech industry while helping residents find meaningful employment opportunities.”

Andrew S. Hazen, Founder of Long Island Tech Day and CEO of LaunchPad, added “Long Island Tech Day is an event that benefits Long Island-based tech companies of all sizes and gives them the opportunity to directly interact with the Long Island community with a focus on their individual needs – they can demo new products and services, recruit for open positions, interact with high caliber investors or just say hello to the tech community. The result transforms Long Island Tech Day into the biggest Tech Expo for Long Island-based tech companies.”

Participating companies include: Bluechip SEO; Hofstra University; Softeon; Integris Security; Canon USA, Inc.; New York Institute of Technology; Zuznow; Vision Technologies; Zingfit; eGifter; Tools4Ever; Applied Visions; and Clever Devices. Sponsors include Cablevision and K98.3.

County Executive Mangano formed T3 earlier this year to help promote Long Island as one of the top innovation regions to start, move to and build technology companies. Earlier this year, County Executive Mangano and T3 hosted Nassau’s first-ever Technology Island Job Fair in which more than 70 companies offered 250 job opportunities.

There is no charge for admission and parking is free at LI Tech Day. For more information or to participate as a vendor, please visit

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