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Are you a multi-channel marketer looking to lead those efforts for a growing startup? goTenna has a great product, great team and is looking to add a marketing leader or two. Check out their openings here.
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When the going gets tough, cycles can shake an entrepreneur's confidence in fundraising. Not everything about your company is perfect right now, so do you just ask for a little extension or keep swinging for the fences? That's what this week's blog post is about.
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The founder of The Brain Spa, is taking the best of her popular Hacking Mindfulness workshop to start-up teams across NYC that want to get serious about meditation enhanced with brainwave biofeedback.
For the next month, she's offering a special package for referrals from this newsletter which includes a 60 min on-site workshop + a brainsensing electronic headband by Muse ($299) for your office for the price of the workshop only: $495.
In partnership with NYC EDC the city-wide 10-day festival will showcase the intersection of creativity and technology, with as a combination of free events for consumers and 350+ ticketed events for professionals, entrepreneurs, developers and creatives.
Spanning 10 days and 5 boroughs, Creative Tech Week will feature cutting edge virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), data visualization, generative algorithms, 3D printing, experimental & interactive advertising and creative computer programming. Weeklong or 1-day tickets are here with discount for this list - use "CHARLIE" - and be sure to come by the free Expo 4/29-30!
Want to come hangout with a bunch of Brooklyn kayakers and find out how to get out on the water this summer, all while supporting a good cause?
The NYU Entrepreneurial Institute in partnership with Newsweek is inviting you to join us on April 4th in the NYU Kimmel Center at 7:00PM to learn about Tom Griffiths, the co-founder of FanDuel, a venture backed fantasy sports company headquartered in New York.
Tom has been pivotal in FanDuel’s growth from a tiny startup in 2009 to a sports entertainment property that generated $57m in revenue in 2014. He oversaw the design and build of FanDuel’s first iPhone app, which debuted on the AppStore in August 2014 and was downloaded more than 800,000 times in less than two months, quickly becoming a top 10 sports app throughout the NFL season.
Tom was one of Sports Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” in 2015, honoring the best young talent in the sports industry. In 2014, he was named to Silicon Alley’s 100: The Coolest People in New York City Tech. Under Tom’s leadership, the FanDuel app also won two Webby Awards this year.
THE NEXT WEB PRESENTS: Timeless User Experience Techniques Monday April 11th - The Next Web and Made in NY Media Center IFP are gathering top designers in digital, hardware and print to discuss Timeless User Experience Techniques. Panelists include Design Leads from Canary, Etsy, Huge and Wall Street Journal. We’ll dive even deeper to explore the life and work of top technical designers, what caused their biggest screw ups to what makes them thought leaders in design. There are only 75 spots, so snag a seat before it's too late. TNW + Media Center UX EVENT
Looking for some office space? 2000 square feet availible in Downtown BK, convenient to nearly every subway line imaginable.
Monarch Luxury Rooftop 71 west, 35 th Street - New York, NY
This is the largest networking mixer for Entrepreneurs, Startups and Business Professionals. Are you looking for co-founders, partners, coaches or core team members for your start-up? Please join us for an evening of creativity, inspiration and passionate conversations. Hosted By - Entrepreneurs, Startup & Business Association of New York. Event is from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Please make an effort to come on time so everyone benefits but feel free to stay as long as you like.
2501 Grand Concourse 2501 Grand Concourse 3rd Floor - Bronx, NY
In honor of International Women's Day, we are joining GDGs worldwide to host a Women Techmakers event in the Bronx Innovation Lab. Join us for an evening of networking, talks and Q&A panels with Google Experts, IBM Professionals, Entrepreneurs, and College Students who started their careers in the Bronx. More importantly, it is a great way to make connections that we hope will serve to drive new collaborations and conversations. The theme of the event is "The Path to Success" Note: Men are strongly encouraged to join, attend and participate, showing their support and enthusiasm for all people regardless of gender race or creed.
Smartling 1375 Broadway, 14th Floor - New York, NY
As sales development reps, we are taught to qualify for Authority and for Money. But what about the hard questions about Need and Value to the customer? Often SDR's are not empowered to talk the other side of the money spectrum - value for the spend - and therefore lose out on the opportunity to close deals faster. Our speaker Derek Grant will share what he has learned about having the conversation on customer value from his time at Pardot to his experiences selling on value as he leads the sales organization at Salesloft. ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: Derek Grant leads SalesLoft's sales organization, which is focused on helping sales development practitioners schedule more, qualified meetings. Prior to joining SalesLoft, Derek served as the architect of Pardot’s sales process, leading the organization from pre-revenue startup to $100M exit to ExactTarget (subsequently acquired by Salesforce).
WeWork Chelsea 115 West 18th Street - New York, NY
This month's speakers include: •Donn Morrill, Senior Manager of Solutions Architecture at Amazon Alexa •Joao Barros, Founder and CEO of Veniam (networks of connected vehicles) •Soulaiman Itani, Founder and CTO of Atheer (Augmented Reality for the enterprise)
ThoughtWorks 99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY
In-memory data grids (IMDGs) have been widely used as distributed, key-value stores for serialized objects, providing blazingly fast data access, location transparency, scalability, and integrated high availability. This talk describes exciting new techniques which use the power of IMDGs to generalize this concept and enable the straightforward creation of extensible, user-defined data structures held within an IMDG. This session will explore how IMDGs can implement user-defined data structures by leveraging their NoSQL, object-oriented, data-parallel data model. Dr. William L. Bain, is Founder & CEO of ScaleOut Software, Inc. and holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Rice University. Bill founded and ran three start-up companies prior to founding ScaleOut Software in 2003. As a member of the screening committee for the Seattle-based Alliance of Angels, Bill is actively involved in entrepreneurship and the angel community. Bill is also a regular speaker at conferences around the world.
Metis New York 27 East 28th Street, 3rd Floor - New York, NY
Ever wonder where all your local Starbucks are located in relation to you or how you can analyze the upcoming presidential election, or wanted to understand the basics of a recommendation system? In this workshop, we will go through a few short examples to get users familiar with an API, mapping, and some data correlations. We will add updates as the workshop approaches about which software packages to install in preparation. Looking forward to seeing everyone! Instructor bio: Katya Vasilaky is a postdoc in applied economics at Columbia University and Pyladies co-organizer. She works on experimental design, causal inference and data related to economic development. She's worked in over a dozen countries and counting!
Join Founder Institute and Startup Institute for a night of exploration of starting a company vs. joining one! What is motivating you to do something innovative? Are you in position to start a company and what unknown struggles come with that? Is it best to prepare while working for a company in the innovation economy? Do you currently have what it takes to go the distance with your own company? Uncover the answers to these questions and more, as Founder Institute and Startup Institute put together a panel of perspectives that will give you the clarity and understanding you need to succeed. Please note you must RSVP on the Eventbrite link below. Doors close at 7pm and priority entry will be given to those that arrive first. Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/new-york-to-start-a-company-or-join-a-company-tickets-21795846965
Microsoft 11 Times Square (8th avenue entrance, close to the corner of 41st St) - New York, NY
Hi hardwarians, Another month, another hardware meetup and we've got an amazing variety of startups for you - ranging from a new instrument to 3D printing as a service! Agenda: 6:00 - 6:15pm: arrival, pizza and beer, 6:15 - 6:25pm: welcome and sponsors, 6:25 - 6:40pm: Emmanuel Dumont, CEO and founder of Shade, a beautifully designed wearable ultraviolet measurement technology, to take control of sunlight exposure. 6:40 - 7:00pm: Jacob Gordon, CMO and cofounder of Artiphon, a new type of instrument that's different than anything you've seen before. Find out why it won Times' best Invention award. 7:00 - 7:15pm: Oscar Pedroso, CEO and cofounder of Thimble, a subscription service that sends you once a month a carefully curated kit of electronic parts and components organized around specific themes and contests. 7:15 - 7:30pm: Max Friefeld, cofounder and CEO of Voodoo Manufacturing, that are looking to redefine the boundaries between prototype and production, with high volume 3D printing. See you all there!
Join WWCode NYC on Wednesday, April 6th for the next event in our #HIREWWCode Series: Developing Your Digital Presence. We'll hear from women in the industry about how, why, and where to build your online profiles and introduce resources for contributing to and being present in a variety of digital professional and social spaces. Then we'll break into groups for some co-working and collaborative profile building. Bring your laptop, and a friend!
Uber taught us to depend on on-demand taxis, and advances in driverless cars are in the headlines weekly. But are cars the whole future of how we’ll get around? Sally Simms, VP of Product at transportation tech startup Buster, explains how today’s early-stage group transportation companies are moving us toward a friendlier and more accessible future of transportation.About the presenter:About the presenter:Sally Simms is the VP of Product and Operations at Buster, a transportation technology startup in Brooklyn bringing bus, limo, and van booking online. She came to Buster from Google, where she managed marketing partnerships with the news media, and worked with partners like The New York Times, Vogue, NPR, and Mashable. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in French, which she now mostly uses to eavesdrop on the subway.Buster
Raven's Head Public House 38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY
QueensJS is celebrating the brand new year with our 21st meetup on Wednesday, April 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 will be announced shortly. 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. If you would like to sponsor or speak at one of our events, please email us at organizers at queensjs dot com!
PLEASE REGISTER ON WEBVISIONS FOR WORKSHOPS AND/OR EVENING SESSIONS. Save 15% with the code “NYCUXPA” when you register here or the link above. Morning Workshop: 9:30am - 12:45pm: Nathan Shedroff presents “Using the Waveline: Mapping Premium Value to the User Journey” Afternoon Workshop 2:00pm - 5:15pm: Margot Bloomstein presents “Establishing a Brand-Driven Message Architecture” For the full schedule, please check out the WebVisions page. Evening Sessions: Get the inside scoop from the Internet’s leading experts: Douglas Rushkoff will explore themes from his new book, “Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus”, Nathan Shedroff muses on “Bridging the Innovation Cultural Divide”, plus talks by the supercool Meagan Fisher (SproutVideo), Sarah Hall (Harley & Co.) and Pamela Pavliscak (Change Sciences).
Yodle 330 W. 34th Street - 18th Floor - New York, NY
Over the last few years, there’s been an acceleration in the shift in project management approaches from traditional Waterfall to the Agile methods. This adoption of Agile is having an impact on how enterprises approach UX. In this meetup, we will discuss these impacts, the UX design processes, the benefits, the challenges and more. Agencies, UX designers and clients all have different points of view. We’ll explore how an Agile approach can help bridge the gap to create great user experiences. We will begin with three thought-leading UX-centric speakers followed by audience Q&A. We're sure you'll work up quite an appetite. Not to worry! There will be snacks and beverages provided. Speakers include... Denis Lacasse EVP, Momentum Design Lab, Lauren St. Jean - Agile Coach, Yodle Inc., Danny Setiawan - UX Manager and Lead for Mobile at The Economist, UXD Instructor at General Assembly and Product & UX mentor for startups
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
As the value of online digital ads races to the bottom, we're left wondering if it's become just another form of spam, something that software should filter out. Indeed, some say adblocking is the biggest boycott ever known with 200 million people blocking the ads and growing. What caused this backlash against the business model that was supposed to fund free content on the Web? How has data been misused to trigger an abusive relationship between businesses and consumers? What's the prognosis for a marketplace that industry insiders are increasingly admitting might be "subprime?" What if it's about to be substantially reshaped by market forces, shifting social attitudes about personal data collection, and looming regulatory changes on privacy and data protection? David Carroll will tackle these topics and more at the next UX + Data Meetup. David is the associate professor of media design at Parsons School of Design where he teaches in the MFA Design and Technology program. He is also a recovering entrepreneur whose failed startup was an AI brain learning pop culture through digital magazine archives. He's on Twitter and Medium as @profcarroll
Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Some topics to expect: Inheriting a Product (with Guest Expert: Felix Sargent) and more. Featured Product: RJ Metrics. Note: Please make sure your meetup.com information is up-to-date (incl. First & Last names). You will need to show ID matching the name you used to RSVP. Hope to see you there!
NYU Courant Institute 251 Mercer St., Room 109 - New York, NY
I am really pleased to have Alp Kucukelbir for our upcoming speaker. He is a post-doc research scientist with David Blei's lab at Columbia. In this talk, Alp will present strategies to automate tedious machine learning computations. He will show how we can design one algorithm to work for many problems and gain new insights from large datasets. Bio: Alp is a postdoctoral research scientist at the Data Science Institute and the department of Computer Science at Columbia University. He works with David Blei on developing scalable and robust machine learning tools. He collaborates with Andrew Gelman on the Stan probabilistic programming system. Alp received his Ph.D. from Yale University in Engineering and Applied Science. He was awarded the Becton prize for best thesis in engineering and applied science. He holds a B.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto in Electrical Engineering.
Hackollaborate NYC, invites you to rise up to the challenge and disrupt our world. If you are curious about the sharing economy, collaborative economies and urban communities or if you have an idea or already started a startup in the sharing economy space in one of the verticals of Food & Agriculture, Fintech, Artificial Intelligence & Virtual Reality, Community & Culture, and Wellness & Lifestyle, join us at WeWork FiDi, 85 Broad St. on APRIL 9th. One selected team (up to 5 members) gets to go to A-R-U-B-A to present their idea in front of world-class investors, international press and entrepreneurs during ATECH Conference. Travel and accommodation expenses are covered by ATECH. Registration close on April 1st. Click here to register: http://bit.ly/25a9QAW & spread the word :) See you soon, The Hackollaborate Team
Fullstack Academy 5 Hanover Square, Floor 25 - New York, NY
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