August Breakfast

  • August 29, 2012 · 9:30 AM

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, August 29th: it's time to talk tech over biscuits and gravy!

The North Brooklyn Breakfast Club Meetup takes place on the last Wednesday of every month at 9:30am at Enid's in Greenpoint/Williamsburg. The breakfast is for anyone who is interested in the Brooklyn startup scene, thinking about starting their own project or business, or wants to share what they are working on in the neighborhood.

The price of admission is $10 and includes coffee, tea, juice and a breakfast buffet. All proceeds go to our host, Enid's.

Please follow us on Twitter (@NBBC) and tweet about the event using the hashtag #NBBC. And look! Member Jesse Chan-Norris took some nice photos at last month's meetup: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jcn/tags/nbbc/. Send us your pics!

The agenda (subject to change) is as follows:

9:30-9:45 AM: Grab name tag, breakfast, socialize (please don't arrive later than 9:45am)

9:45 AM: Shelley Bernstein, Brooklyn Museum, http://www.gobrooklynart.org (community-curated open studio project), @gobrooklynart.

10:00 AM: Seth Porges of Cloth app, http://www.clothapp.com/cloth-weather/, @clothapp

10:15 AM: Jose Serrano-McClain from Trust Art, http://trustart.org, @trustArt

11:00am onward: Feel free to stay at Enid's, co-work, and use their complimentary Wi-Fi. Just be sure to purchase a beverage or treat if you're going to stick around.

See you there!

The NBBC Crew

@NBBC

P.S. We are accepting sponsorship to fund a move to a new location! Contact us if you are interested. We have almost 800 members and hit our RSVP limit each month. We want to let more people in!

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  • Chris C.

    a great mix of art and tech today.

    August 29, 2012

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