The Lancaster Food Company bakes bread so they can hire people. The company is run by a former software entrepreneur who was inspired by other mission driven food companies. We talked on the Startup Recruiting Podcast this week about what having a workforce is like when people's lives are more fragile because of poverty, criminal records, etc. Also, if you haven't subscribed, and you're a founder that will make some hires in the next year, what are you waiting for? Subscribe here!
We've got one last spot because of a cancellation for our Carroll Gardens tech dinner tomorrow night... reply if interested.
Have you run a meetup or event series? Had to curate a set of speakers for a club, class or conference? Brooklyn Bridge Ventures is looking for someone to run our Stackup Talks event series on a part time, hourly basis. It's about half research and connecting with speakers, and half creating a calendar and executing on it. Reply here if you're interested.
Parity Partners is a recruiting and education firm that actively seeks to place women into leadership positions and train the next generation of women leaders. In May of 2017, they launched the Parity Professional Program (P3) to generate diversity in high impact industries by offering women the opportunity to develop robust skills through our Parity Talks curriculum and create meaningful relationships through Parity Pod groups.
They have been making exciting progress. Their clients and sponsors consist of General Catalyst, Insight Venture Partners, KKR, Centerview Partners, Apollo, Point 72, McKinsey to name a few. Their community consists of investors, founders and emerging leaders in technology.
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And now, back to Mark Zuckerberg completely failing to take responsibility for Facebook's unchecked willingness to allow weaponized hate and lies to spread on it's platform, because, you know, platforming is hard.
Galvanize NYC 315 Hudson Street, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Join us for a conversation with Stephanie Palmeri, Partner with SoftTech VC. Grab a seat to get the inside scoop from one of the best on how to get a VC's attention, and the Do’s and Dont’s once you get in front of them. Evan Bienstock of Lowenstein Sandler’s technology practice will be moderating. We’ll explore: outreach (what works and what doesn’t), pitch (what do say, what not to say), and generally what a VC looks for in an investment opportunity. You should attend if: You're a founder or investor who wants to learn from an experienced investor and start-up founder, You want to learn how you can build a career in Technology, You're an experienced Developer or Data Scientist and are interested in meeting some of the fastest growing companies in NYC. Event Schedule: 6:00 pm - Doors open, 6:15 pm - Conversation with Stephanie Palmeri, moderated by Evan Bienstock (Lowenstein Sandler), 7:15 pm - Audience Q&A.
You are invited to join us for a data science study session. On Monday, October 2, Dinesh Kulkarni, who is based in Google's Seattle office, will be giving a virtual presentation on tool-assisted machine learning life cycle using Google Cloud Datalab and Cloud ML Engine. Talk Summary: Tool-assisted Machine Learning Life Cycle. Machine Learning is being applied to an increasing range of problems with different data sets. The expectations are high but the life cycle to meet the expectations is complex - starting from data exploration through preparation, pre-processing, training, model testing/evaluation, inference explanation and batch/online prediction. We will illustrate how these life cycle phases can be implemented in a notebook environment using the example of Google Cloud Datalab and Cloud ML Engine. Time permitting, we will also briefly cover some key considerations in turning the lifecycle into a repeatable pipeline.
Russell Tobin 420 Lexington Avenue, 30th Floor - New York, New York
Jamie Shanks - CEO @ Sales for Life, Dan Swift - VP @ Sprinklr. They'll drop knowledge about... +How to increase pipeline by 20%, general additional pipeline, and revenue using digital strategies +How to engage more effectively with prospects using multiple channels+ How to maintain your own brand on social media +How to better understand the fundamentals of finding, engaging and educating buyers using platforms like LinkedIn. We have two of the top social selling resources speaking to you on the topic of all things social selling. This panel is going to be epic!
This class will be taught on 4 weeknights Tuesday 10/3, Thursday 10/5, Tuesday 10/10, and Thursday 10/12 from 7-9:00pm. Learn Android development and make your first Android app! We will be introducing Kotlin, Android's new programming language and showing you how to use the latest tools released during this year's Google I/O which make it easier than ever to quickly build stable, high performance Android apps. We will explore Android OS, the Android application file structure and how to write your first Android application. We will also play with basic design layouts via XML and how to handle user events.
A roundtable discussion with former investment bankers and finance professionals who made the leap into the world of startups Investment bankers are becoming a driving force behind many of today's successful startups. If you're tired of building excel models, editing powerpoints and running "scenarios" then join reformed investment bankers as they discuss their journey from Wall Street to Silicon Alley and learn how you too can make the leap. #WStoSA **Attendance is capped to create an intimate roundtable. No walk-ins will be accommodated. Roundtable Participants: Cynthia Van, Bipsync; Dave Fan, Shibumi; Katie Glass, TripleLift; Moderator: Sameer Syed, Google.
We're hosting a free legal workshop with the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) Consultation Center. Law students from Brooklyn Law School will provide a brief legal advice clinic in conjunction with pro bono attorneys from top NYC law firms. FREE one-on-one sessions with founders/owners and teams of law students and attorneys. Legal topics: *Contracts & Agreements: co-founder agreements, vesting, client/vendor contracts, etc. *(IP) Intellectual Property: trademarks, patents, copyrights. *Corporate Formation: Inc. vs LLC, Delaware corporations, etc. *Employment & Labor: employment contracts, freelancer vs employee, etc. *Immigration: founders on visas, expired visas, etc. *Office/commercial leases (non-residential). Apply here, http://bit.ly/legal-clinic for a free legal clinic with teams of law students and pro bono attorneys. You MUST APPLY to participate. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, September 25th at 11pm. NOTE: Only the entrepreneurs accepted for the clinic will be allowed into the event. NO observers.
Please join us for another Uber NYC Engineering Tech Talk Series event, held at our office in Chelsea. Topic: Call me, MABI - Inside the Meetup A/B Infrastructure. In this talk, Meetup’s mobile engineering director, Kathy Tafel, provides a case study in adding services at scale. She’ll talk about choices made from a leadership perspective, then show off some of her team’s work, as well as the larger engineering team’s work at Meetup to deliver and split testing framework on new platforms. We’ll dive somewhat deeply into both Android and iOS code, and look at a higher level at how build systems support fast and simple experimentation. Kathy Tafel loves learning, adopting, and creating new technology, and watching it move the human race forwards. She currently leads Meetup’s iOS and Android engineers as Director of Mobile Engineering. Please RSVP here. Look forward to seeing you there!
Free beer, pizza, and a chance to connect with some great recruiters, developers and exciting startups. A special thanks to Salt for hosting us and sponsoring us! Speaker: Henry Fougere Topic: Architecting Applications on Amazon Web Services with Node.js. In this talk we will learn about how to build applications on AWS that leverage some of the most commonly used service offerings including EC2, Lambda, VPC, S3, IAM, CloudFront, DynamoDB and Cognito. Agenda: AWS high-level Introduction Introduction to each service we will be using Description of Demo Application Architecture (What we will build) Live Demo: Build the Application Q&A.
WeWork NoMad 27 E28th Street 3rd Floor - New York, NY
Come be a part of NYC’s vibrant female founder community with ERA for an evening of networking with amazing female entrepreneurs and investors. Join us and learn from our awesome panel of female founders, investors and ERA mentors and apply for the chance to pitch your startup to them! We’ll also be chatting about accelerators and how to assess if joining one is the right fit for you. Apply to pitch here: http://bit.ly/2elxXc1. Our Panel: Jessica Peltz, Partner @ MDC Ventures, Aubrie Pagano, CEO/Founder @ BowandDrape, Investment Partner @ XFactor Ventures, Victoria Pettibone, Managing Director @ Astia, Zsia Rosmarin, Partner @ Withum; Brandon Holley, CEO/Founder @ Everywear; Tanya VanCourt, CEO/Founder @ Goalsetter; Slisha Kankariya, CoFounder @ FourMine.
Alley Chelsea 119 West 24th Street 4th floor - New York, NY
What does it take to get a B2B startup off the ground? More than 60% of Stacklist startups identify as B2B. They build products for businesses, they price for businesses and they market and sell to businesses. We thought we’d take a deep dive into B2B customer acquisition with some of the smartest B2B founders we know. We’ll cover topics like Getting customers for an MVP or pilot. Pricing your product for businesses. Differentiating between marketing and sales. And coordinating between the two. Hiring and growing marketing and sales teams. Leveraging channels like paid advertising and social. Understanding the role of branding and awareness marketing. Calculating lifetime value, the cost of acquisition and other key metrics. Qualifying customers & leads. And, as always, thinking about where to begin. Amanda Moskowitz, Founder & CEO of Stacklist, will moderate the discussion and lead the Q&A with these NYC Entrepreneurs: Daniel Chait, Co-founder & CEO of Greenhouse; Vivek Sharma, Founder & CEO of Movable Ink; Alex Tryon, Head of Marketing at The Muse; Alex Shashou, Co-founder & President of Alice. Schedule: 6:30-7:00: Drinks & Networking, 7:00-8:00: Panel, 8:00-8:30: Audience Q&A, 8:30-9:00: More Drinks & Networking.
Raven's Head Public House 38-04 Broadway - Astoria, NY
QueensJS will be hosting our 38th meetup on Wednesday, October 4th, 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 NW stop. Your speakers for the evening will be announced shortly. 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. If you would like to sponsor or speak at one of our events, please email us at organizers at queensjs dot com!
Skillshare Rooftop 210 Elizabeth Street - New York, NY
We're excited to host Michelle Noorali for a chat led by Skillshare DevOps Engineer Devin Burnette. We'll dive into her experience with Kubernetes, including Helm, and discuss what's next in DevOps technology. Michelle Noorali is a software engineer at Deis and a core maintainer on the Helm project, a package manager for Kubernetes. Michelle also co-leads SIG-Apps, the Kubernetes special interest group for running and managing applications on Kubernetes. She is primarily a Go developer but has Ruby roots. Michelle is passionate about developer experiences. Drinks and food will be served. Hope to see you there!
Speaker: Kris Wiig, Kris is a Senior Sales Leader and fractional Chief Revenue Officer with a deep expertise in helping B2B organizations develop and execute a Go-To-Market Strategy. Speaker: Ally Schneider, Ally manages enterprise sales at x.ai. Speaker: Rory Mullen, Rory is an Enterprise Sales Director at Stella Service. Moderator: Noah Goldman, Noah helps SaaS companies with sales process, lead generation, and team formation. Agenda: 6:00 - 7 PM - Networking, 7:00 PM - Panel Discussion, 8:00 PM - Q & A with audience, 8:15 PM - Wrap-up. We look forward to seeing you all at our SalesTech event on October 5th. Please share this event with your colleagues and friends!
Share, learn and network with fellow Product Managers at The Product Group. Some topics to expect... -Avoiding Feature Creep- and more... Featured Product: In/Spree Brands From Brendan Eapen... "I’m the co-founder and CEO of venture backed In/Spree Brands (http://inspreebrands.com). In/Spree Brands is a top digital influencer marketing solution with a network of over 100k influencers across all sectors. Our goal is to match and help brands partner with the right influencers that can drive awareness and sales on social media. 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! Hope to see you there!
This by far one of the most popular webinar in the 2017 startup development series! Startup Hacks: How to Get Your First 10k Users. In this webinar we go over 50 user acquisition hacks for attaining 10k users - 500k. Case study examples will include insider strategies used by Airbnb, Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and more! We end with an exclusive 7 day go to market hacker growth strategy plan that can be tailored for any startup. Hosted By: Christine Souffrant Ntim (Forbes 30 Under 30). Christine is an award-winning Haitian-American entrepreneur & startup ecosystem expert for emerging markets. She was selected and featured in Forbes 30 Under 30, AdAge 40 Under 40, Haiti Changemakers 1804 List, Singularity NASA, Entrepreneur Magazine, Huffington Post, Inc Magazine and more. She speaks on digital entrepreneurship, startup hacking, exponential tech AI, and personal branding at over 20+ global conferences a year- which includes former appearances at the US State Department Tours, United Nations, TEDx, SXSW, Startup Grind Global, SeedStars World, European Union Forum and more.
Here's the idea: come join other NYC developers for a peer-based learning lab. You've got a question? Maybe someone can provide you with some insight. Maybe you can help someone else. Bring a laptop and some code to work on. We'll have coffee, cereal, and pizza at the end. If you have dietary restrictions, please let the group organize know when you arrive – we're happy to accommodate you. Everyone is also welcome to bring snacks, too. This event falls under the CocoaPods Code of Conduct, available at http://cocoapods.org/legal. Please respect it, the organizers take it seriously.
Whole Foods 270 Greenwich Street Greenwich & Warren Streets (Lower Manhattan/Tribeca) - New York, NY
Pivotal Labs 625 Avenue of Americas, 2nd Floor - New York, NY
Note: We will start at 6:30 exactly. Note: We will start at 6:30 exactly. 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/
Work Market 240 W 37th St, 9th Floor - New York, NY
Free food, beer, drinks, swag & much more! Nikita Shamgunov, CEO & Co-Founder, MemSQLTrading systems are faster and generating larger volumes of distributed data. This data complexity hinders timely insights on global risk as well as portfolio management. This session will discuss the latest innovation in data management, and how utilizing a distributed and scalable converged database can optimize transactional and analytical workloads. We will discuss the technical impact of real-time data pipelines and scalable SQL in a distributed computing platform that is designed for addressing challenging financial application scenarios. We will include live demos of large scale data (several billion rows) that is processing on Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) and real-time image recognition.
Five female founded start-ups will pitch for the opportunity to win $5,000 in this Make it in Brooklyn Event. Brooklyn is home to more female founded start-ups than any other city in the US, and we are bringing the best of them together. In addition to the pitch competition, attendees will also have the chance to network with some of the leading female entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in New York. Prizes include $5,000 cash, tickets to The Other Festival, and $15,000 worth of design and branding services from Berlin Cameron. In partnership with The Other Festival and CityPoint, join us on October 10, 2017 at City Point. Doors open at 7PM, pitches start at 7:30PM. Free beer and light bites will be provided. Interested in applying? Tell us about your start-up here. Meet our panel of judges: Alessandra Henderson: VP of Network at Human Venture, Jennifer DaSilva: President at Berlin Cameron, Valerie Biberaj: Director of the Kate Spade & Company Foundation, Yao Huang: Founder of The Hatchery, Ishveen Anand: CEO + Founder of OpenSponsorship. A special thanks to our partners: J.P. Morgan Chase, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, The Other Festival, City Point, and Brooklyn Brewery.
Thought Works 99 Madison Ave., 15th Floor - New York, NY
This has been the year of cryptocurrency and decentralized digital contracts. The industry has experienced unprecedented growth, we’ve seen the emergence of new assets like ICOs, and increased applications of blockchain technology. This week, we're exploring the intersection of blockchain and artificial intelligence with industry leaders from Blockchain and IBM. **NOTE to register, you must also RSVP on Eventbrite. We will use Eventbrite registrations for check-ins.** Schedule: 6:00pm - Networking and Pizza, 6:30pm - Kickoff and Sponsors (ThoughtWorks and IBM), 6:40pm - Talk #1: Liana Douillet Guzmán, 7:10pm - Talk #2: Bruce Weed, 8:00pm - Extended Q&A and Open Member Discussion.
This meetup will feature startup spotlights, networking and a round table discussion on "Predictive marketing: a fine line between useless data and patterns that sells. "Business spotlights: Agenda:1) 6:30-7:15: Networking and brief introductions. 2) 7:15-7:45: Spotlight on two local businesses that will present their current marketing challenges to receive honest, constructive feedback. 3) 7:45-8:45: Round table discussion on "Predictive marketing: a fine line between useless data and patterns that sells. 4) 8:45-9:00: After event networking. Look forward seeing you there!
work—bench 110 5th Avenue, 5th Floor - New York, NY
As artificial intelligence evolves, we can use AI to work alongside people and extend our human abilities. Wei Wei and his colleagues will join us to present their research and principles that form the Intelligent Cognitive Experience (ICX) Design System. Wei Wei, Han-shen Chen, and Chia-wei Liu are the co-instructors of the Interface Cognitive A.I. course at Parsons as well as the co-creators of the ICX design system. The system is created to facilitate collaboration with multidisciplinary teams, and to develop the human-centered experience of symbiotic cooperation between humans and intelligent machine agents. By walking through Human Cognitive Processes and design experimenting with Cognitive Computing Technologies, our speakers will share some ideas how to create Intelligent Machine Agents (IMA) which are capable of discovering complex contexts, identifying human needs, predicting outcomes, and supporting solutions. Students from the class will also present their projects.
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