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[7:00] Intro by Peter Corbett, CEO, (iStrategyLabs)
[7:05] Community News, Zvi Band (Contactually)
[7:10] Katie Gage: Enstitute
[7:15] Demo 1: Encore Alert (James Li)
[7:20] Demo 2: Betterific (Jonathan Schilit)
[7:25] Demo 3: FiscalNote (Arthur Karell, Jenna Spinks)
[7:30] Demo 4: Musx (John Reardon)
[7:35] Demo 5: MakeMe (V. Rao Dumpeti)
[7:40] Q&A With First Group of speakers
[7:45] Paul Singh: Disruption.vc & Crystal Tech Fund
[7:50] Demo 6: APX Labs (Johny Johnson)
[7:55] Demo 7: UrbanStems (Jeff Sheely & Ajay Kori)
[8:00] Demo 8: GitBadger (Kevin Miyamoto)
[8:05] Demo 9: SnapDash (Daniel Hanks)
[8:10] Q&A With Second Group of Speakers
[8:15] PANEL: State of #DCTECH
Moderator: Peter Corbett, CEO, iStrategyLabs
Panelist 1: Jennifer Boss, Business Development Sector Director at Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, DC Government
Panelist 2: Shana Glenzer, VP Social Marketing, Social Radar
Panelist 3: Martin Ringlein, Mayor of @whitehouse, first Design Manager @twitter, supporting @nvite, @macawco and @canvascowork
Panelist 4: Michael Mayernick, Co-founder of @spinnakr. Also works on @dctechmeetup, @proudlymadeindc, and @startupdigest.
Panelist 5: Garren Givins, Presidential Innovation Fellow, Fmr Founder of Dibsie and Digital Project guy at Gannett
[8:35] EXIT TO BAR!
This Meetup is Sponsored By General Electric
Explore the GE Garages DC program, taking place in Downtown DC from March 21st to April 9th, 2014. Full calendar here.
Garages is a program that gives individuals a hands-on experience creating, innovating and learning about how to make in a collaborative fab lab space. Since its inception in 2012, the program has evolved to include a greater focus on software, allowing the exploration of not just how to make things, but how to make intelligent things. In 2014 the next step is to take two years of learning and growth, and share that globally on the ground and with a greater online presence.