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The Tel Aviv Entrepreneur Meetup - April

  • Apr 26, 2009 · 10:00 AM
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Proud to announce the new Tel Aviv Entrepreneur Meetup! Sponsored by: Alkalay & Co. -
http://www.lawyers-ip... Hello fellow entrepreneurs! I'm proud to announce that after a long break we're getting together again on April 26 (Sunday morning) at 10:00. Be quick to RSVP as we have limited space and high demand. This meetup is going to be well worth the wait. The agenda includes: 1. Networking and card swapping 2. Gilad Nass of "Kalkalist" will talk to us about technologies that will make or break in 2009/2010. Mr. Nass was a senior analyst and director of emerging technologies at IDC Market Research, and currently writes for Yedioth Achronot's "Kalkalist" magazine.
http://www.linkedin.c... 3. Gadi Guy (writer of this message) will give a talk on how to leverage the immense power of social networks (such as Facebook and Twitter) to promote your own web-site or blog and capitalise on the traffic. Gadi will cover new technologies such as Facebook Connect, Twitter API, Open Social, OpenID etc., and talk about how this new trend will revolutionise the web.
http://www.linkedin.c... 4. Eli Lopian, CTO of TypeMock, will tell us about his own experience as a successful entrepreneur, how he started out and how he overcame the challenges along the way.
http://www.elilopian.... 5. Moti Aloni, one of Israel's leading business coaches, will tell us about a new initiative to bring business coaching to entrepreneurs at various stages of their careers. 6. Rachel Alkalay of Alkalay & Co. Law Firm will talk to us about intellectual property - how to protect your own assets and how to avoid infringing on other's. This is a must-hear lecture for anyone who makes a living on-line.
http://english.lawyer... Yours truly, gadi

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  • Ruti P.

    ביום ראשון הקרוב - אירוע האקינג לנשים מתכנתות:
    http://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-TLV/events/155367962/

    December 20, 2013

  • Yael G.

    Do you have an app and need testers for your alpha product?

    Are you curious/early adopter/like testing apps?

    New meetup group for cross-testing new apps over coffee or beer, Early Adopters TLV, is here!

    Please join here:
    http://tiny.cc/testmyapp

    Please spread the word to anyone who may want to join!

    First meetup in a TLV pub will feature an awesome app for contact exchange via shaking your phones together. iPhone users are needed for this one and will get a free beer! A FREE BEER :)

    To RSVP to the meetup, go to http://tiny.cc/testmyapp

    Please let me know if you have any questions at [masked].

    Shabbat shalom!
    Yael

    December 7, 2012

  • Roniet

    Some excellent speakers but a few to many.. There was not enough time to do Q&A and also to really understand one thing in depth enough....some interaction/hands-on activities would have been a plus.

    May 3, 2009

  • Daniel T.

    Thank you Gadi for this meetup. I thought that there were too many speakers and not enough time or organised way for people to meet each other. i think more time for actually meeting the people of the group would make it more beneficial to all/ me.
    i think that there should also more general euntreprenurial ideas and speakers and not just focused on the technology aspect of business.
    thank you and i am looking forward to attending the next meeting.

    May 3, 2009

  • Doron A.

    Idea was great, but the administration - so/so. I wish the agenda, including timeline, would have been sent in advanced and/or presented at the beginning of the day. I had to leave in the middle because it was way too long than I expected

    April 30, 2009

  • shai s.

    החומר המקצועי די טוב וכן ההרצאות אך לדעתי הרבה מגיעים במטרה לעשות נטוורקינג ואין לכך תמיכה מהצוות וחבל

    April 27, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    Not all those interested in entrepreneurship are necessarily interested in webs or the internet. I think that there should be greater diversification. Having said that, I think that Gadi did a great job in bringing together such a good set of speakers and such a large audience. Thanks

    April 26, 2009

  • Hedva

    Good choise of topics, a bit too long... Beit Zionei America a good place, convinient with good parking.

    April 26, 2009

  • Igor N.

    Very interesting lectures, well organized. Thank you!

    April 26, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    in the future, i would be happy to see live examples of entreprenuers from the industry, sharing there experience and thoughts. i felt that the lectures were to general to cater any specific interests.

    April 26, 2009

  • Nadav E.

    Meetup was really good., Lectures were interesting.

    April 26, 2009

  • Avi W.

    Very good meetup
    Good networking among people

    April 26, 2009

  • Gloria K.

    Very interesting speakers. Very packed schedule. Could have even split into 2 separate meetings! Would have loved more time for meeting others who attended!

    April 26, 2009

  • Lior A.

    I disagree with what Janet Sack said: "Integrity was mentioned by the final speaker. In English, this word also means HONEST. First, every meeting up to this point has been in English."...I've been to two of the meeting held by this group and both were in Hebrew...its a meetup that's being held in Israel by Israelis for Israeli audience in mind (and anybody else that would like to join)...Explicit notice should be made for meetups NOT in Hebrew...

    April 26, 2009

  • Lior A.

    I think the first Talk by Gilad Nass was a bit to much for much of the audience...I come from a technical background so it was in my field but it seemed to be a very specific topic (at least the majority of the talk) and got people a bit dowsing off.
    Otherwise I thought it was very interesting, with empeshis on the last talk by Moti Aloni...I think the guests should be directed to stricktly ask questions only at the end (and not personal inqueries as its not the place and it wastes others time)...

    April 26, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    Integrity was mentioned by the final speaker. In English, this word also means HONEST.
    First, every meeting up to this point has been in English. There was no mention of the fact that all the lectures were in Hebrew. Second, it was stated that there would be some type of workshop activity and to bring a laptop. Nothing like this occurred. Third, the major reason I attended this meeting was to hear about social media. Gadi's was the shortest lecture and totally not was described in the meeting notice. He spoke about the Facebook Connect but without definite specifics, just to say it is not good. That is not enough.
    It cost me as an independent entrepreneur time and money to attend this meeting. I feel as though I was cheated. If the meeting notice had stated the true nature and language of the meeting, it would have given me the option to send the right person for this event to get the most from the speakers, i.e. my partner who is technical and a native hebrew speaker.

    April 26, 2009

  • A former member
    A former member

    it is extremley important to have name tags in networking events...it's lacking kinda missed that point.
    the venue was ok, too much noise and people coming and going, that disturbed the talks.

    gilad nass talk was great, i left afterwards, so i can't comment on other speakers...
    thanks for organizing this meetup,

    April 26, 2009

  • alon a.

    Gadi's lecture's and the first from IDC were great.
    Alaklay's lecture was efficient but not appealing.
    Enterpreneur's lecture was an example of how not to do things. which is interesting by itself.
    Overall it was a very good experience

    April 26, 2009

  • Oren G.

    I was in waiting list.
    I got approval to come at 09:59 - the meeting was held at 10:00
    :-(

    April 26, 2009

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