|Sent on:||Thursday, October 13, 2011 10:21 PM|
I like my current job but am always ready to meet more people. Are these dinners solely for recruits?
Hi! I'm Matt, a member of the group. I thought you guys might find these small tech talks and startup dinners interesting. This month, five companies, Dropbox, Quora, Causes, Meraki, and Stitcher (company details below) are each having private tech demos and dinners for Bay Area professionals.
1. If you?d like to be on the mailing list for future dinners, please don?t hesitate to hit reply- blank mails are fine- and I'll be sure to put you on the monthly mailing list.
2. If you?re interested in exploring engineering opportunities at these companies, and would like to meet the teams behind these brands, just hit reply, type the company?s name, and attach your resume. That's it. We?ll get back to you about your place at the dinner. It would be great if you could let me know by Sunday of this week.
Alternatively, feel free to sign up on the site: http://startupbyt.es/landingpageoct.html
Companies from upcoming and past dinners include:
That's all for now, don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions!
Dinners at a glance:
Quora Dinner: Monday, Oct 24 7.30- 9pm in their PA office
Meraki Dinner: Tuesday, Oct 25 7.30- 9pm in their SF office
Stitcher Dinner: Thursday, Oct 27 7.30- 9pm in their SF office
Dropbox Dinner: Monday, Oct 31 7.30- 9pm in their SF office
Causes Dinner: Wednesday, Nov 2 7.30- 9pm in their SF office
Each start up hosts their own dinner privately in their office, from 7.30- 9pm on their chosen date. Dinners will start off with a tech demo, followed by a free flow of good food and drinks.You'll definitely get to meet a whole bunch of people at the start ups, and other Stanford Alums in the casual dinner setting. If it seems like a good fit, meet up later one-on-one and arrange an interview.
About the companies:
Quora is a continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it.
Causes is the world?s largest platform for activism and philanthropy. Since their founding in 2007, Causes has brought together 140 million Causes users, and $30 million raised for 25,000 non-profits.
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. More than 25 million people across every continent use Dropbox.
Meraki is a cloud networking company that is unique in its method of eliminating the high costs and complexity associated with traditional networking systems. Every day, over 18,000 organizations in 140+ countries rely on Meraki for their networks.
Stitcher provides personalized podcasts, news, comedy, and sports programs on-demand, anywhere and anytime. Built on a revolutionary platform which streams audio content on-the-go, Stitcher is backed by Benchmark Capital and New Atlantic Ventures.
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