You wake up every morning, filled with excitement about the technology news of the day. Wouldn't it be great if you could surround yourself once a week with people just as excited about tech as you are? Imagine a one hour chat, moderated of course, with people that love talking tech because they're passionate about it? Free coffee too? How this works: You bring yourself, and hopefully a friend. Your friendly moderator, Caitlin Studley, will start the conversation with introductions of any new attendees and then we'll tackle a few items such as community events (yes, you can promote yours!), jobs (who's searching/hiring), and then we get into it--what do you want to talk about this week? We use a community Flipboard (https://flipboard.com/@dsfares/%23bigdocc-6ro51je7y) to keep track of stories and share them on Tuesday mornings, but anything you find interesting is fair game for discussion. We have a hard stop at 9:00am, but anyone is welcome to stay afterwards and continue their conversations. We hope to see you soon.
A special thanks to our sponsor Centrl Office for hosting us and providing coffee! Located on Ross Avenue in the Dallas Arts District, CENTRL Office will turn what you think of as "office space" on its head. Research shows that productivity increases if you move throughout the day, so our space incorporates a mix of lounges, kitchens, and common space surrounding bright offices that encourages people to not stay inside their office but utilize all of CENTRL as your workspace. Amenities include concierge-level service from our team, meeting rooms, local coffee and beer, a balcony overlooking the DMA Sculpture Garden, and electronic sit/stand desks in all of our private offices. For more info, visit: https://centrloffice.com/locations/texas-dallas-downtown/
We encourage you to visit LaunchDFW.com to check out events, jobs, and the latest news regarding startups and tech in DFW! P.S. There are several other Open Coffee Clubs in Dallas/Fort Worth if this location is too far away, so we certainly encourage you to check those out. P.P.S. If you're new to downtown or want to try a new way to get there, have a look at the post Michael S. wrote for Launch DFW called "How to get to Downtown Dallas (http://launchdfw.com/news/how-to-get-to-downtown-dallas/)."