Crain’s highlights two diverse approaches to modernizing keys, both tenant/clients of our member incubators in NYC

Crain’s New York Business highlighted two startups occupying different segments of the market for keys, and both firms are being incubated by our member incubators in New York City:

  • KeyMe, which offers a system to host the description of physical keys so that backups and extra copies can be produced at retail kiosks, is a tenant/client of the NY Designs incubator at CUNY LaGuardia Community College;
  • Kisi, which offers a system to allow smartphone users to open any electrically operated door, is a tenant/client of NYU-Poly’s DUMBO Incubator.

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