I really loved what I saw of Mexico City in over my short four day weekend stay. Mexico City is an exciting and energetic place full of highly motivated young people. It made me think that maybe they should pay for the wall--to keep us out, because I think they would do quite well on their own without us.
If you come down, you need to go with Eduardo on an electric bike tour. Museo Soumaya is one of the best musuems I've ever been to and they've got some of the best urban parks you'll ever visit.
Generally speaking, areas of high cultural diversity on a local level also means less spending on public goods--meaning there are probably greater instances of non-governmental shared economics when people actually mix with each other and bring different skills, talents and perspectives to the table.
Also, speaking of people mixing with each other who don't usually--raise a glass to the Freedom Caucus! This group of Republicans who fundamentally don't believe that healthcare is a right or that the government should pay for it actually saved the Affordable Care Act by voting against its replacement.
Oh, I wrote a post about how much it's bothering me that people say "Guys" all the time when refering to groups or about who they think they should hire. It would certainly be bad form to do that at the Women Investing in Women Event.
ERA is now accepting applications for its Summer 2017 Accelerator Program. Apply here.
ERA invests $100K in seed funding and and gives founders access to NYC’s leading start-up mentor network and community, including exposure to 350+ industry leaders. We work with companies intensively throughout our 4 month program, and then continue to support them all the way through an exit. Since 2011, ERA Alumni have raised $250M and grown to more than $1.3B in combined valuation.
Deadline: Mar 29th, Program Start: June 12th
The ability to connect with others in an authentic way is the key to being a great speaker – and it carries over into the success of your business and personal life. This four-hour workshop on Saturday, April 8th, is limited to 8 attendees who will get live expert coaching as well as video recording and playback to get clarity on exactly where they can strengthen their presentation skills. You will leave this workshop having had the physical experience of being in front of a group, watching yourself on video and gain valuable insight into how you can be a more powerful communicator.
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Urban Tech Hub @ GCT 335 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor - New York, NY
**This event is for Founders & Executives of IoT companies. To register click here. You must be registered to attend.** Join other founders & executives of IoT companies in a roundtable discussion with Maciej Kranz, Cisco VP, Strategic Innovation and author of Building the Internet of Things: Implement New Business Models, Disrupt Competitors, Transform Your Industry. Maciej Kranz is currently the Vice President, Corporate Strategic Innovation Group at Cisco. In this program Maciej Kranz will share his insights gained from his experience in running Cisco's Connected Industries Group (a business unit focused on the Internet of Things) and from traveling over 1M miles for meetings with companies and entities on their adoption of IoT solutions. Maciej Kranz is currently the Vice President, Corporate Strategic Innovation Group at Cisco. Cost: $10 before March 23; $22.50 afterwards. Very limited space.
Bloomberg LP 731 Lexington Ave (b/w 58th and 59th street), 28th floor - New York, NY
Our speakers this month include: •Daniel Ramot and Saar Golde, CEO and Chief Data Scientist at Via (smarter shared rides) •Todd Mostak, Founder and CEO at MapD (database and visualization applications) •Doron Alter and Yaniv Altshuler, CEO and CTO at Endor (allows you to answer any predictive business question fast, accurately, and on your own) •Drew Silverstein, Founder & CEO at Amper Music (AI-powered music composer). PLEASE NOTE: Due to logistical constraints at Bloomberg, this month we are in a smaller room on the 28th floor. Therefore the number of seats will be lower than usual. Please RSVP at your earliest convenience! If you do get a seat, please make sure you arrive early at the venue on the day of the event to avoid any issues.
For our March meet-up, we have an excellent line-up of speakers from IBM Watson and X.ai's product teams. Oscar from IBM will provide an overview Watson's bot development tools as well as best practices involved in building bots. Laney from x.ai will provide a great case-study on how x.ai has made some of their key design decisions in build their scheduling email bot. As always, we'll also have members of our community present the bots that they have been working on. We currently have a slot for one more bot demo which you can apply for here.
Join us for an awesome night of cleantech community networking leading up to the Cleantech Open 2017 Accelerator program. Entrepreneurs, students, savvy technologists, investors, professionals, and other interested parties all welcome! At the launch party you'll be able to: Connect with New York City's top innovators, supporters, and thought leaders in the cleantech space. Get exposure by giving your 1 minute elevator pitch in front of judges and potential teammates (if you're ready!). Listen to past competitors as they share their experience with Cleantech Open. Celebrate our amazing community! Are you a cleantech entrepreneur? Attend this event for free! Please contact Gina at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your promo code. In addition, come prepared to pitch your company. We will be hosting an elevator pitch competition and the top three winners receive free applications to the Cleantech Open (worth $100+). Learn more and submit your application! Apply by our Early Bird Deadline, March 31st, to receive a 50% discount on your application fee! Final Deadline is May 1st.
Galvanize 315 Hudson Street Floor 2 - New York, NY
The Internet is the first place potential prospects will go to learn about you, your company, and your competition. We all know that it is essential to be findable, to distinguish your brand from the noise, and to use your website to maximize sales, but doing so is another story. Building a digital presence, branding, and growing sales can sometimes seem like you’re trying to shoot a target in the dark, but it doesn’t have to be. In this session, we will explore how Google Analytics can help you identify what strategies are working and what strategies you need to implement to build your digital brand and presence, and what metrics will help you increase your online leads and sales. TAKEAWAYS: You will gain an understanding of how Google Analytics can: Help you identify what strategies are working, Help you identify what areas need improvement, What metrics you need to consider to increase your online leads and sales
Join us for a conversation with leading women in the fintech sector who are paving the way for the adoption of the new blockchain technology. Questions and topics covered include: What is the blockchain? Why is it different than what is already out there? What are the challenges in adoption of the technology? Moderated by Jalak Jobanputra, Founder of Future\Perfect Ventures, in conversation with Meltem Demirors, Director of Community at Digital Currency Group; Perianne Boring, Head of Digital Chamber of Commerce, DC; and Liana Guzman, VP of Growth, Blockchain. We’ll hear some success stories and use cases the panel has come across, as well as learn what the right path is to get engaged with the sector today.
DataDisrupt Financial Services Conference: $300 OFF for IoT Central members with code: IOT (Discounted Price: $595 until Feb. 28) Register here. DataDisrupt will highlight leading growth stage data analytics companies, and will congregate the ecosystem converging around them. The event will take place on March 29-30, 2017 at the Metropolitan Pavilion West in New York City. DataDisrupt will feature over 45 C-level speakers - founders / CEOs, corporate decision makers, and investors at companies including APT, Canaan Partners, Cardlytics, Credit Karma, Earnix, FactorTrust, Kabbage, Novantas, PayNet, Polaris Partners and Sisense. Note: You must register and pay DataDisrupt to attend this event. (Clicking Attend on meetup is not sufficient to attend.) This event is run by DataDisrupt which assumes full responsibility for the event.
Gotham Market Hall at The Ashland 590 Fulton Street - Brooklyn, NY
Eat, drink and network with NYC startups, top entrepreneurs and venture capitalists revolutionizing the way we shop for, buy, consume and enjoy food, in one of Brooklyn's most exciting new culinary hot spots. Five finalists will pitch for $5,000 cash prize awarded by judges Nick Devane of Brooklyn Foodworks; J.J. Kasper of Blue Seed Collective; Chris Manca from Whole Foods; John Stage, Founder of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que; and Dale Talde, Chef and Founder of Three Kings Restaurant Group.
Alpha (aka Alpha UX) 584 Broadway, Suite 510, New York, NY - New York, NY
Join us for a special presentation and panel discussion about "The Value of Experimentation". For this event we will talk about what it really means to perform product experiments. We will also discuss how we can become better as product/UX designers and/or managers at communicating the value of experiments before deep diving into the coding phase. For the visual presentation, content will include quotes from books, web sites, and other sources. Guest panelists will include(*): Ellen Chisa: VP of Product at Lola, Nis Frome: Co-Founder, Product Manager & Content Lead at Alpha *More panelists will be announced at a later date.
Wish you knew the the core principles and rules of thumb used by Electrical/Embedded Engineers? With a few key concepts, you can begin applying your software knowledge to start solving problems in the physical world. Andrew Reitano of Microsoft will begin with a session on how to develop for the Raspberry Pi with Windows 10 IoT, how to interface with sensors (with nothing but the datasheet), debugging systems without a console, basic circuit design, and how long a millisecond really is. We'll step through real world use cases. We'll then step into further insight on IoT solution building from the team at Eleks, a leader in Software Product Engineering Services (speaker/specific topic TBA).
Brooklyn Boulders 575 Degraw Street - Brooklyn, NY
What: An awesome rock climbing meetup. Some of us run companies. Who: A lot of startup people plus anyone else who wants to be part of the group. No restrictions here. All experience levels welcome (including negative v1). Why: Climbing is fun, brings people together... and also why not? Sierra Nevada also gives us free beer. When: March 29th. We're checking people in starting at 7:00pm. March Climbing: It's time to see old friends, get a little sweaty, and share some stories over some (free, yay) beer. There are a ton of new climbing routes at Brooklyn Boulders, and we're pretty stoked for you all to come join us again. If it's your first time... no worries! Just bring some slightly athletic clothes (suit and tie not required) and a smile. We'll help you get started and you'll make friends quickly. We worked out a deal with the gym to offer the cheapest climbing possible (gear included).
The Flatiron School 11 Broadway, Suite 260 - New York, NY
The Recruiting team at Shapeways is joining us at Flatiron to talk about how to prep for job fairs and interviews. They will also go over simple tweaks you can make to your resume and Linkedin page so that your profile really stands out to employers. About the team: Melenee Suarez Burns is the Senior Recruiter at Shapeways and comes to us with 15 years of experience. She is excited to give away the secret code to landing your dream job. Liz works on the team with Melenee and comes from a couple of years as a career development coach at Fullstack Academy. About the team: Shapeways is breaking new ground in the field of 3D printing. With our website and marketplace for designers, our goal is to give everyone access to the revolution of additive manufacturing.
The rise of Uber and advent of autonomous vehicles herald a new era in urban mobility while threatening to disrupt public transport infrastructure. How can cities reconcile these competing models while preserving the public interest? The format of this event will be a participatory panel discussion led by our Urbanist-in-Residence Greg Lindsay, in conversation with: Zack Wasserman, Head of Global Business Development at Via On-Demand Transit. Corinne Kisner, Director of Policy and Special Projects at NACTO. Varun Adibhatla, Founder of ARGO and Adjunct Instructor at NYU's CUSP. This event is our kickoff event of our monthly URBAN-X Dialogue Series. During these events we will hold off-the-record, participatory conversations to discuss critical questions around the impact of urban technologies in our lives. We believe that dialogue is a fundamental element for understanding the complexity of our diverse personal universes, and the starting point of better solutions for a brighter urban life.
Work Market 240 W 37th St, 9th Floor - New York, NY
This presentation will map out the new features coming in PostgreSQL 10.0 and how they will build on existing features. We will look at PostgreSQL logical replication and how it will be used for upgrades and partial database replication. Additionally, we will cover performance and executor efficiency, optimizer & statistics, transactions & programmability, locking & data availability, and distributed systems. Simon Riggs is the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of 2ndQuadrant. He is also a major developer and code committer of the PostgreSQL project and has contributed major features in each of the last 8 versions of PostgreSQL. Simon has worked as a Database Architect for more than 25 years, with high-end solutions experience and certifications on Oracle, Teradata and DB2.
Rise New York 28 West 24th St 2nd Floor - New York City, New York
Live! From Tomorrow is the best startup-focused variety show around--or, at least, the one with the cleverest use of an exclamation point. Matthew Hooper, Vice President of Open Innovation at Barclays, Dimitris Kouvaros, Director at Newark Venture Partners, and the NYC Innovation Collective -- a network of leaders from accelerators across the NYC tech community -- have teamed up to create a show that mixes live pitching, pre-recorded comedy skits and important topics in a fun way for startups to grow, audiences to laugh, and everyone to (fingers crossed!) learn. In this new episode, we discuss the wonders of civic tech. Alongside our skits, come join us for a night of fun panels, personalities, and pitches.
General Assembly 902 Broadway 4th FLOOR - New York City, NY
Have you ever thought of an Evil Plan? Have you ever conceived a Dastardly Plot to flood New York City by making its inhabitants so fat that it sinks into the ocean, or use a mobile app to marshal an army of penguins to take over secret nuclear silos in Antarctica to blackmail the UN, or something equally zany and Pinky-and-the-Brain-esque? If so, this is the hackathon for you! ProtoHack exists to show entrepreneurs that they can create something amazing from nothing without having to write a single line of code. We empower and enable the non-technical community with the tools, knowledge, and know-how that will help bring their idea to life and visually communicate it through prototyping. But on this April Fool’s Day, we’re doing things a bit differently! You’ll still learn all about the tools and processes that entrepreneurs need to leverage to succeed, but through an INSANELY EVIL COMPETITION! ProtoHack requires no coding. Instead, you’ll be using prototyping tools, drag and drop editors, mockups, wireframes and anything else you think of to visually demo your idea on stage. Competitors will work in teams (up to 5) or solo. Check out our FAQ, read more about how it works, or contact us.
Whether you are meeting potential customers, raising capital, or interviewing for a dream job, the ability to present ideas in a comprehensive and effective way will define your success. In this interactive workshop, you will learn how to: ** Organize your ideas. ** Design effective presentation materials that support your message ** Tell a story that drives success and appeals to emotions ** Engage and connect with your audience on a meaningful level. Develop and practice your pitching skills with human behavior scientist and top super connector Jon Levy.
Whole Foods 270 Greenwich Street Greenwich & Warren Streets (Lower Manhattan/Tribeca) - New York, NY
Business acumen is rated by senior communicators as the #1 skill in which their teams need improvement. Prospects want someone who can help them solve their business challenges. What we've found is that salespeople often fail to create or win new opportunities because they don't know enough about business. They sometimes believe it's enough to know the product or service they are selling, rather than deeply understanding the businesses you are selling into. Join us for a conversation on how to communicate as strategic business partners rather than question asking sales people and talk about the return when you focus some energy on communicating like their buyers. Speakers: Ryan Lallier is VP Inside Sales at Dataminr, a real-time data discovery software company in NYC. Joe Bisagna is the VP of Sales at MarketBridge, a leader in sales enablement technology. Event Hosted by Meg Hewitt, Jay Theobald & Mark Birch.
Eater demand for healthy, sustainable, convenient food is spurring a whole new generation of food brands. From turning chickpea waste water into tasty mayo, to using e-commerce to sell direct to consumer, to insect-based palm oil alternatives, startups are radically rethinking how food products are developed and sold. Join us to hear from some of the game-changing startups who are re-engineering food at our April Food+Tech Meetup. Founders will do a deep dive into their business models, approaches to product development and lessons learned. We will also have networking with the community and lots of great food and drinks to sample from Apiterra Honey, Burlap & Barrel, Sir Kensington's, Four Sigmatic and more. Want to sample your food or beverage product? Email nina[at]foodtechconnect[dot]com. CONFIRMED PRESENTERS: Mark Ramadan, co-founder & CEO of Sir Kensington's, Mush'ab Nursantio, CEO of Bitback Insect Co, Nicole Centeno, CEO of Splendid Spoon, Rob Terenzi & Will Deluca, Co-Founders of Vega Coffee, Alvyn Severien, CEO of Algama.
NYU Skirball center 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square - New York, NY
Join us for NYC's most famous and longest running monthly tech event! You'll see a fantastic lineup of New York tech companies presenting live demos of their products, followed by an afterparty where you can network with the community and meet our demoers and sponsors. Here’s our Lineup in alpha order: Bareo, makes food inventory a minimal and easy task for food startups. JustReachOut - Forget PR firms, discover, pitch and build relationships with relevant journalists daily all on your own. Team Parsec provides access to PC gaming on other devices from anywhere. ROKO Labs Instabot: Add a chatbot to your mobile app or website in less than an hour. HACK OF THE MONTH - Stan Group: make better decisions under uncertainty...AND MORE TO COME!
Join us for Design Driven NYC on April 5th. This month's speakers: •Luke Chesser, Founder/CEO of Unsplash •Bonnie Siegler, Founder/CEO of Eight and a Half •Alain Sylvain, Founder and CEO of Sylvain Labs. Check out the Design Driven job of the month: Design-Driven Product Manager at InVision. For early access to events, exclusive
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