November GoGeomatics Toronto Social

GoGeomatics and the York University Geomatics Club have come together to present November’s GoGeomatics Toronto Social. Make some friends and network with our ever-growing Toronto geomatics community. Socials are always fun and always free.

 

This month’s event is happening Friday, November 29th at 7:00pm at the Fox and Fiddle (280 Bloor Street West).


David Gachuche, CEO of gLoc8, will be speaking at our event this month about his journey to entrepreneurship.

Jon Murphy, CEO of GoGeomatics, will also be traveling to Toronto to attend. So come out and say hello!

Read GoGeomatics' Magazine article, visit our Events page or Facebook group for more information.

Let us know you're attending the social in this Toronto GoGeomatics Meetup Group!

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  • Jon

    Great event last night we broke a record with 45 gis and geomatics folks there

    November 30, 2013

  • Berna B.

    Would have loved to be there, but I will only be in Toronto from Mid April to Mid May next year from South Africa and would love to attend a social and meet some exciting new people

    November 7, 2013

  • Jon

    This should be one of the best socials ever. We have the CEO of gLoc8 - Location Technology www.gloc8.com coming out to talk to us. If you are interested in starting your own business in geomatics, David the founder of GLoc8 will take us through his story of going from student to work to entrepreneur.

    If your only going to make it to one of our socials this year. This is the one to be at.

    3 · November 4, 2013

  • Corey

    Confirmed: David Gachuche will be our guest speaker on the 29th!
    He's a geomatics engineer who has successfully started his own geomatics company in Africa and Canada. He will be providing a short presentation at the Fox and the Fiddle. More details to follow.

    We will also be welcoming back GoGeomatics founder Jonathan Murphy to our Toronto Social.

    Looking forward to having a fun and informative night with a great crowd!

    -Corey Trott

    1 · November 4, 2013

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