Ten years ago today, I was working for Union Square Ventures as an analyst. We had a call with a company called Omnidrive. It was essentially Dropbox, only way too early--before anyone even called it the cloud.
How many of you have continuous calendars that go back ten years?
What was on your calendar today ten years ago? Google Calendar Labs has a plugin that allows you to jump to a date. It's pretty cool to check out.
You can use it to distract yourself from checking all the e-mail you let pile up while you were away.
Do you know someone who works in PR that would like to work on the platform team of a venture fund? They would be working with a group of portfolio companies on their PR strategy.
This would include:
1) Building and maintaining great relationships with journalists on behalf of the fund and its companies.
2) Maintaining editorial schedules for several companies at a time--guiding stories, editing, etc.
3) Manage content production, founder videos, blog posts, even perhaps running some events for companies.
If you know this person and they're awesome at what they do, or if you're that person, please reach out. They have to be able to demonstrate something they did over and above just pitching lists they got off of Vocus.
Ever write something to someone that came off as unintentially weak? How about saying sorry for something you shouldn't?
NOTE: THIS IS FOR MANAGER'S ONLY, IF YOU ARE NOT A MANAGER OF A SDR / BDR / INSIDE SALES TEAM, PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP. As we enter the new year, we wanted to get together SDR / BDR Managers to meetup, exchange ideas, and share thoughts on what we are seeing as trends in prospecting methodologies and tools. This will be a facilitated discussion by our co-organizer Meg Hewitt. Afterwards, we will head out for drinks and spend some quality networking time getting to know other sales leaders in the NYC tech community.
NYU Skirball Center For The Performing Arts 566 Laguardia Place Copy Paste Into Google this 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square South, NYC - New York, NY
Join fellow technologists for an evening of live demos from companies developing great technology in New York, followed by a networking afterparty. Please note: if it looks like the event is sold out, it is probably not. We release tickets in three batches. If tickets aren't available, they will be available at the next release. The three ticket releases for this Meetup are: December 16, December 28, and January 4, all at 1 p.m. Please note: In order to help accommodate the high demand for seats, if you've purchased a ticket, your seat will be held until 7:20 p.m. the night of the event. After that, we will consider you a no show, and may release your seat to someone waiting to get in.
Benefits: Through hands-on instruction, small group discussions and exercises, the workshop participants will: ·Learn the basic concepts of design thinking and formats of A3s and uses of the A3 as a learning process; ·Gain experience in the three basic roles of the A3 process (Author/Owner, Responder, Coach) ·Learn the four types of inquiry necessary for coaching A3 at the team, function, and leadership levels of the organization. Who should attend: ·Any leader who wishes to improve her organization ·Any designer who wishes to lead and manage her organization more effectively ·Lean and Agile coaches ·Human Resources and Organizational Development professionals who wish to seek more effective means to deeply improve the thinking, behavior, alignment, and performance of their organization and the people in it ·Senior executives who wish to improve their abilities to lead and manage ·Anyone who wishes to improve his or her critical lean thinking. Presenter: Will Evans explores the convergence of practice and theory using Lean Systems, Design Thinking, DevOps, and LeanUX with global corporations from NYC to Berlin to Singapore.
Raven's Head Public House 38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY
QueensJS is celebrating the brand new year with our 18th meetup on Wednesday, January 6th, at our usual haunt, Raven’s Head Pub in Astoria on 38th & Broadway, just around the corner from the Steinway MR stop and 7 short streets over from the Broadway NQ stop. Your speakers for the evening are: •Artur Paikin (@arturi) encourages us to "Divide and Conquer Your House: Building a home automation robot with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Node.js" •Suz Hinton (@noopkat) helps us with "Manual Testing: Just add dopamine" •Nick Hehr (@hipsterbrown) curls his mustache with "Talking Tessel from a Hardware Newbie" QueensJS expects all speakers and attendees to follow the JSConf code of conduct. RSVPs, due to limited seating, will cost $5. All proceeds go towards charities that work to increase code literacy among NYC youth. There are no refunds, but you are more than welcome to transfer tickets.
Microsoft 11 Times Square (42nd St @ 8th Avenue) - New York, NY
Class: How to Build a Puzzle Game. Visit Eventbrite for full details on this class and to secure a spot by purchasing a ticket. Visit us at playcrafting.com for our full list of upcoming education and events!
Share, learn, and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Some topics to expect... Product Ideas (coming up with them) and more...Featured Product: Memo. From Ryan Janssen at Memo: "I'm the founder, CEO, and product person for Memo (http://getthememo.com), an anonymous messaging app for companies. We've spent the summer building a suite of Enterprise tools to help companies harness the power of their Memo communities. This is, essentially, the third direction for this company in the past two years, so I'd like to discuss the only thing I seem to be really good at as a product manager--failure. Let's talk about how to recognize when our genius ideas are anything but, and how to respond to impending doom!"
Come and join us for the next live stream event of The Product Mentor! Sit back and listen or join with your own questions. •10 AM: Creating and Managing Product Roadmaps with Marc Abraham •12 PM: International Product Management - The Challenge of Globalization with Ladislav Bartos •2 PM: Product Management: Product- vs. Services-centric Companies with Sarah Varki •4 PM: Not My Job with Marc Wendell •6 PM: Building Your Product Management Playbook with Ian Moulton. RSVP to attend AND THEN at the start of this event visit http://TheProductMentor.com/live to join in! Thanks & see you there!
As always, a group of us will hang out afterwards at a bar nearby. We like to hang out at Rye, which is at 11 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011, between Avenue of Americas and 5th. They have both drinks and food. http://ryehousenyc.com
Babbio Center at Stevens Institute Of Technology Babbio Center 513 River Street - Hoboken, NJ
Speaker: TBA Schedule: 6:45 (sharp!) - 7:15: Speed Networking & Pizza, 7:15 - 8:15: Welcome/Startups present, 8:15 - 9:15: Fireside chat with Neil Capel & Aaron Price, 9:15+: Closing remarks/head to Little Town (local bar) with food/drink specials, 3 great startups will present! Startups:- GrownOcean- 2 more tba apply to pitch your co at a future NJTM. Stevens students/faculty free: RSVP here
iOSoho - New York City's largest iOS Engineer Meetup
Spring 162 Fifth Avenue, Floor 3 - New York, NY
Andrew Copp is an iOS Engineer at Hinge. Before that he was at Aviary. Before that he was in college. He is excited for the chance to sit at the adults’ table and participate. He'll be speaking on: Lessons from VIPER: Apple provides us with great resources but sometimes we outgrow their starting points. Making the switch from MVC to VIPER opens the door for better architecture and testing.
WeWork Chelsea 115 West 18th Street - New York, NY
Our speakers for this month include: • Nicholas Horbaczewski and Ryan Gury, CEO and Director of Product at The Drone Racing League (drone racing sports league) •Amir Rubin, Founder and CEO of Paracosm (cloud-based 3D mapping) • Andre Lorenceau, Founder & CEO of LiveLike (VR sports broadcasting), • Jan Goetgeluk, Founder and CEO of Virtuix (immersive virtual reality system)
AgTech innovation is on fire. From vertical farming and aquaponics to open-source farming and farm management, there is a growing crop of startups using data and technology to make food production more sustainable, efficient and profitable. Meet some these innovators at our January Food+Tech Meetup, and get an inside look at their business models, products, challenges and lessons learned. Are you a farmer who's worked with AgTech products or services? We'd love to have you present about your experience. Email nina[at]foodtechconnect[dot]com if you're interested. We'll have Belizean nibbles from Elludes and more snacks and drinks. SCHEDULE: 6:30 - 7:15: Networking + Snacks, 7:15 - 8:45: Presentations + Q&A, 8:45 - 9:30: More Networking CONFIRMED PRESENTERS: Jason Green - CEO & Co-founder, Edenworks, Gabe Blanchet - Co-founder & CEO, Grove, Margaret Gifford - Adviser, Farm Hack, Marc Oshima, Co-Founder + CMO, AeroFarms, Allison Kopf - Founder + CEO, Agrilyst
Design Driven NYC: Design, UX, UI, Technology, and Startups
The New School 66 West 12th Street - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: • Joel Califa, Product Design Lead at DigitalOcean •Aaron Weyenberg, UX and Product Design at TED •Gary Chou, Founder of Orbital. More speakers to be announced shortly. Event Details: **Note: this event will also be held at Parsons, at Old Tishman, located at 66 West 12th Street** Doors open at 5:45pm, talks begin around 6:15pm. Following the talks, we'll have networking with beer and pizza until 9:00pm.
We’re excited to be kicking off the New Year with an interactive chat with Jay Alson of Bounce Exchange. Did you ever wish you had the power to accurately predict and prevent when a visitor was going to leave your website before they actually left? Everyday hundreds of visitors land on a website page and just as many drop off for reasons unbeknownst to you. What if we told you not all visitors are the same? Creating a user experience that is provocative and relevant for visitors is a creative process that takes time. Jay will be addressing the “behavioral” web and how to convert visitors into customers by serving content tailored to different visitor segments and on-site behaviors. By analyzing everything about visitors behavior, from purchase history to traffic sources to engagement patterns to even the moment a visitor is abandoning a site. A little bit more about Jay Alson: Jay is a New York native and Director of Business Development at Bounce Exchange. Additionally, Jay runs an iPhone app development company and is a part of the NYC tech community, he also has his pilot’s license!
Work-Bench 110 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor - New York, NY
Join fellow technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors for the NY Enterprise Technology Meetup's (NYETM) January meetup on Wednesday 1/13/16 from 6:30pm-9:00pm! For our January meetup we have a panel discussion and two exciting companies demoing their technologies: •Panel on "How to get press coverage for your enterprise tech startup" with Jonathan Shieber (TechCrunch), Alex Konrad (Forbes), and more speakers TBA. •Two demos TBA. Sign up today, and if you have any questions, please contact Jon Lehr at [ firstname.lastname@example.org]. Looking forward to seeing you all soon!
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