• Bitcoin / Altcoins & Crytocurrency Enthusiast Night - Crypto Gathering.

    Please RSVP at the link - https://bit.ly/2X2DiNe RSVP MANDATORY FREE BITCOIN TOKEN (PHYSICAL COIN) WITH PAID RSVP One of the Best and Regular Bitcoin/Altcoin and Cryptocurrency Enthusiast gatherings in the New York An open and informal program for anyone interested in digital currencys and blockchain. There are so many projects and companies in what we think of the "Bitcoin Space." The first born is off-course Bitcoin, but now there are hundreds of altcoins too. Many of us are interested in mining, or trading coins or just learning more. The gathering brings together a diverse group of people from all levels and backgrounds without any barriers in order to give this important new technology and money making machine called crypto currency a prominent role in society. For Bitcoin/Crypto Currency novices and experts alike. Beginners, investors, entrepreneurs, developers, miners, traders, legal professionals -- all find value in this event. One of the goals of the meetup is to promote the industry, to spread the word about Bitcoin & Altcoins (and related technology) in the New York by raising the overall level of awareness and knowledge. Target Audience: Everyone interested in different viewpoints about the nature of money in general, and of course of crypto-currencies in particular. No deep technical knowledge required. Please RSVP at the link - https://bit.ly/2X2DiNe RSVP MANDATORY _______________________________________________________________________ Please RSVP at the link - https://bit.ly/2X2DiNe RSVP MANDATORY What Happens At Crypto Gathering A lot of sharing of ideas, asking and answers questions, networking and learning. No formal presentations or speakers at this one. This meetup group is dedicated to creating a forum that addresses the interests of the group. You are the ones setting the agenda _______________________________________________________________________ Who are we - We're a group of Bitcoin/Crypto enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, developers and miners who meet regularly to discuss the future of Bitcoin and... The economy, banking and financial syste Cryptocurrency in general, alt-coins and other P2P networks, plus The politics and regulation of them Sometimes We'll also take a critical look at Smart Contracts. _______________________________________________________________________ Good-to-know: Meetups requires a RSVP (FIRST 50 RSVP ARE FREE) They last for ~3 hours You will meet serious and focused groups of individuals so it will be time well spend. _______________________________________________________________________ Resources for Learning: We Use Coins (http://www.weusecoins.com/en/) A Beginner's Guide to Bitcoin (http://www.coindesk.com/information/) Crypto Exchange BINANCE - http://bit.ly/2m9fqDn YOBIT - http://bit.ly/2m7XKYz Important Crypto related Twitter accounts http://on.mktw.net/2BpK3hU Bitcoin Wiki (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Main_Page) / Subreddit (http://www.reddit.com/r/bitcoin) / CH-Subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinCH/) / Forum (https://bitcointalk.org/) Value Investing (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_investing) in context of Crypto Assets. Smart Contracts (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_contract). Please RSVP at the link - https://bit.ly/2X2DiNe RSVP MANDATORY For Business Opportunities - [masked] Highlights From Last Event - http://bit.ly/2ox064x

  • July 22th - NY's Biggest Startup & Entrepreneur Business Networking Mixer

    **FREE GIFT WITH CONFIRMED RSVP AT THE EVENT** This is the largest networking mixer for Entrepreneurs, Startups and Business Professionals. RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv Are you looking for co-founders, partners, coaches or core team members for your start-up? Please join us for an evening of creativity, inspiration and passionate conversations. Hosted By - New York Entrepreneurs, Startup & Business Coalition. Facebook Page -http://bit.ly/2cWkaeD Facebook Group- http://bit.ly/2pyuv5m Meetup Group -https://bit.ly/2AVAyoS Please use @TechWebTalks to share your comments/pics for this event. Ambience: -Name Tags will be provided to everyone who attends. We request you put your name and industry on your name tag. - Make sure you bring enough business cards. - The dress code is Business Casual. Timings: - Event is from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Arriving on time recommended and stay as long as you wish, no restrictions. Admission: RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv Support The Space: Since the venue is letting us use the space for the event, please support them buy ordering (one mandatory) beverages and food. ***As alcoholic drinks are served at this venue, all attendees must be 21+.*** All Future Events - http://bit.ly/2hdLvXU Venue Sponsor - Ryalton Rooftop For Business Queries Only - [masked] www.nyprofessionalnetwork.com FUTURE EVENTS, FREE TO ATTEND BUT RSVP REQUIRED June 26 (Brooklyn) - https://bit.ly/2Zmsp7x July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv September 16th - https://bit.ly/2EiJ1E8 October 09 (Brooklyn) - https://bit.ly/30xmc9i All Future Events - http://bit.ly/2hdLvXU

  • July 22th - NY's Biggest Startup & Entrepreneur Business Networking Mixer

    **FREE GIFT WITH CONFIRMED RSVP AT THE EVENT** This is the largest networking mixer for Entrepreneurs, Startups and Business Professionals. RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv Are you looking for co-founders, partners, coaches or core team members for your start-up? Please join us for an evening of creativity, inspiration and passionate conversations. Hosted By - New York Entrepreneurs, Startup & Business Coalition. Facebook Page -http://bit.ly/2cWkaeD Facebook Group- http://bit.ly/2pyuv5m Meetup Group -https://bit.ly/2AVAyoS Please use @TechWebTalks to share your comments/pics for this event. Ambience: -Name Tags will be provided to everyone who attends. We request you put your name and industry on your name tag. - Make sure you bring enough business cards. - The dress code is Business Casual. Timings: - Event is from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Arriving on time recommended and stay as long as you wish, no restrictions. Admission: RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv Support The Space: Since the venue is letting us use the space for the event, please support them buy ordering (one mandatory) beverages and food. ***As alcoholic drinks are served at this venue, all attendees must be 21+.*** All Future Events - http://bit.ly/2hdLvXU Venue Sponsor - Ryalton Rooftop For Business Queries Only - [masked] www.nyprofessionalnetwork.com FUTURE EVENTS, FREE TO ATTEND BUT RSVP REQUIRED June 26 (Brooklyn) - https://bit.ly/2Zmsp7x July 22nd - https://bit.ly/2FsQArv September 16th - https://bit.ly/2EiJ1E8 October 09 (Brooklyn) - https://bit.ly/30xmc9i All Future Events - http://bit.ly/2hdLvXU

  • Jobs in Tech & StartUps - A Career Round-table Event for Job Seekers

    Are you passionate about a career in the hottest, exploding areas of Technology and StartUps? Not sure how to get your “Foot In The Door” in this dynamic, developing job market? Click on the Link below to Register: https://bit.ly/2W1bCIM NY Career Meetup will answer these tough questions and much more. This exclusive, info-packed event will feature experienced technology recruiters and professionals, a career coach, lots of experience & one agenda: How to get a job in the hottest, growing areas of Technology. Who Should Attend? Those professionals looking for inside info. on the NYC Technology job market Upcoming Areas in Job Market: Systems Analyst, Software Development, Web Development, IT Management, Cyber Security, Data Science, CMS (Content Management Systems) Click on the Link below to Register: https://bit.ly/2W1bCIM Hot Roles and Hot Skills: UI/UX Designers/Developer, Full Stack Web & Product Developer, Network Engineer, Security/Cyber Security, Mobile Engineer, Business Analyst, Project Manager, Data Scientist, etc Topics of Discussion: Work Culture in Tech Corporate vs Startups Business Communication Skills Project Management Business Intelligence Specialists Managing the Recruitment process: - What types of companies are hiring - Overview/basics on comp, work style, pros/cons - Market trends, methodologies, places to search for jobs. - How to develop a relationship with a technology recruiter. - What recruiters look for in a resume before they proceed for big ticket jobs. - Savvy ways to market yourself as a technology candidate - How to enter technology, as a fresh grad, or a career changer And more! Click on the Link below to Register: https://bit.ly/2W1bCIM NOTE: This event provides targeted networking and learning opportunities with seasoned & successful tech industry professionals *Light refreshments will be served* Guest Panelists: Gerda Vellore , Options Group She is involved with technology recruiting. At Options, she focuses on roles in fin-tech, data and blockchain. Her expertise is mostly within Software Developers, Data Engineers/Scientist to DevOps & Architects and with companies such as Spotify, Wework, Digital Assets, the ConsenSys Network and Two Sigma among many others. Nicole Moldovan As part of Lymba's executive team, Nicole helps companies implement actionable AI programs and extract value from their documents, contracts, chat logs, reports, and text based repositories with sophisticated Natural Language Processing tools. A Fintech thought leader and experienced IT program manager, Nicole has spoken at Dreamforce, Insurance AI & Analytics Summit Europe, Internet of Insurance, Momentum, SHRM, and AHRA conferences. Helen Faber Helen founded CORENET ASSOCIATES in 2001. Known as “the network for technology recruiting”, firm has met with tremendous success working with software/hardware vendors & Fortune 500. Earlier, she has served as Director of Data Communications Recruiting for the Datafinders Group and managed nationwide recruiters for global networks. Her client list includes Cisco, Nortel, IBM, AT&T, Bloomberg, TD Waterhouse, CLECs and ISPs. John Hack John Hack has developed and implemented innovative information systems for 35 years at technology startups and corporates as AIG, SAP, & Capital One. He’s named on three enterprise software patents, & has a bachelor’s degree from MIT and a master’s from NYU. He is currently starting a venture-backed enterprise software company. Moderator: Vicki Aubin The Rockin’ Career Coach is a career transition & personal branding consultant. She has spent over a decade in HR & Recruiting at Fortune 500 companies as Goldman, Deloitte & Touche & Morgan Stanley. In addition to being an interview coach at the NYU & Rutgers Business Schools, Vicki is a career coach at The Flatiron School. https://www.linkedin.com/in/vickiaubin Click on the Link below to Register: https://bit.ly/2W1bCIM

  • NYC Creative and Business Professionals Rooftop Networking Party

    The Sir Henri Rooftop Penthouse Bar

    Please make sure to RSVP on Eventbrite, https://bit.ly/2NZSgQM, an RSVP on Meetup does not count as an actual RSVP. 50 people are expected to attend. This event is primarily intended to help (a) TALENT SEEKERS build out their teams and (b) JOB SEEKERS find great places to work. This is primarily a social event for creative and business professionals. Based on the idea of mingling like a singles event except for those seeking work and those seeking to hire. If you are a company hiring part-time, full time, or contract and would like to sponsor please email Paul at [masked]. This is a multi-meetup group and an average of 60 people attend these monthly networking events.

  • Startups x Brick & Mortar: Trends, Challenges & Opportunities

    PLEASE REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE TO ATTEND: http://bit.ly/2NWqAMA For the first time in decades, “brick & mortar” matters in the startup world. Where once it implied that a business was old fashioned, uninnovative and burdened with working capital, brick & mortar is back in style. Investors and entrepreneurs are getting bullish about innovating in industries that have a heavy brick & mortar component, like real estate, education, hospitality, medical services and restaurants. If you’re curious about building a brick & mortar startup, or using retail locations as a serious growth strategy, join us on July 30th as we sit down with founders with retail locations to discuss - Operating a brick & mortar store as a startup - Expanding and scaling your operations - Financing a brick and mortar startup - Fundraising for your company - Branding, positioning and designing your physical store - Maintaining a cohesive user experience digitally and IRL About the panelists - Stephen Kuhl is the co-founder and CEO of Burrow, a start-up that's reinventing the furniture industry. Burrow’s mission is to offer clever, comfortable, and long-lasting furniture - that ships the same week it's ordered - all with an unparalleled customer experience. In 2018, Burrow opened a flagship showroom in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, was named one of the 10 most innovative retail brands in the world by Fast Company, and the Burrow sofa was named of the 50 best inventions of the year by TIME. Stephen started his first company after college when he co-founded an education start-up that helped place international students into private U.S. boarding schools and gain admission to top universities. More recently, he invested in several high-growth businesses while at Commonfund Capital. He also worked in Accenture’s Global Strategy group, specializing in operating model design for consumer and enterprise businesses. Stephen has a B.S. from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Stephen enjoys angel investing and outdoor sports in his spare time. - Harry Ritter M.D., J.D. is founder and CEO of Alma, a NY-based co-practicing community for therapists, coaches, and wellness professionals. Alma is pioneering a new model for mental health care by building a platform that champions and supports mental health providers so they can focus on delivering great care. Alma brings providers together into co-practicing communities supported with business tools, beautifully-designed work spaces, and a collaborative community of their peers. For clients, this means easier to find, more accessible, more comprehensive care. Prior to Alma, Harry was Vice President of Care Delivery at Oscar Health and was responsible for overseeing Oscar’s direct primary care and telemedicine efforts. Harry has also worked as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company. He completed his internal medicine internship at Massachusetts General Hospital and earned his medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. He also has a law degree from New York University School of Law. -More panelists TBA! Schedule 6:30 - 6:50: Drinks & Networking 6:50 - 7:50: Panel 7:50 - 8:15: Audience Q&A 8:15 - 9:00: More Drinks & Networking

  • Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & Machine Learning - Network With The Top Ones

    Welcome to the 2019 Tech Development of 'thinking' computer systems RSVP ON EVENTBRITE MANDATORY. CLICK BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/2wTEHqT Are you Interested the Artificial Intelligence Robotics & Machine Learning (AIRML) Connect with professionals & experts interested in and working with Artificial Intelligence & (AIRML)* Come and meet (AIRML)* professionals in a relaxed atmosphere, and enjoy the evening to exchange contacts and learn more about THEIR Builder's actions in favor of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & Machine Learning. RSVP ON EVENTBRITE MANDATORY. CLICK BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/2wTEHqT How to join? - This event has fee. - $10 --> 1 - 50 RSVPs & Paid on Eventbrite - $20 --> 50 - 100 RSVPs & Paid on Eventbrite - $40 --> 100 + or at Door Follow us on Twitter --> @TechWebTalks Tweet us for any questions & feedback! RSVP ON EVENTBRITE MANDATORY. CLICK BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/2wTEHqT How It Works? 6:30: Sign In , make sure to get your name tag. 7:00 Networking - come grab your drink! 8:15: Drinks, bites & networking continue 8:45: Giveaway & Time to say Goodbye! What to do? Once at the venue ask for 'Ai Event' from the hostess. She will point to location where event host will meet & greet you. You shall be given a name tag & participation gift. You will be guided to the main networking area. Event host shall be present at the event the entire time to answer any questions. Community NY Tech Tank: come and meet and exchange with learners and mentor while taking the opportunity to invite people met at forums, networking meetings or other professional event! We are one NY's largest and most diverse community of digital, tech and internet professionals providing thought-provoking meetups and voluntary activities. Workshops, competitions, debates and pro bono projects are the ingredients of events vision to change the world. Our past attendees work at leading firms like Amazon, Reed, PwC, Sky and as well as numerous start-up and agency superstars. Come and meet new professionals and learn more about the innovative support programs/events Want be a part of our fun, driven and qualified team? Join --> https://www.meetup.com/NYTechTank/ RSVP ON EVENTBRITE MANDATORY. CLICK BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/2wTEHqT

  • StackSummit: Build the Team

    New York

    REGISTER HERE AND SAVE $100 WITH THE CODE "STARTUP" http://bit.ly/2N2q9zX Together with Greenhouse, we’re providing a full day of panels and lessons that will equip you with the best tips, tactics, and tools to build a startup team. You’ll hear from founders and experts from some of the most successful companies in New York that have grown teams from 1 to 100+. SAVE $100 WITH THE CODE "STARTUP" at http://bit.ly/2N2q9zX CONFIRMED SPEAKERS Daniel Chait, Co-founder & CEO at Greenhouse Vivek Sharma, Co-founder & CEO at Movable Ink Sue Choe, Chief People Officer at Petal Saman Rahmanian, Co-founder & CPO at Ro Brad Hargreaves, Founder & CEO of Common Galyn Bernard, Co-founder at Primary Liz Wessel, Co-founder & CEO at WayUp Mike Boufford, CTO of Greenhouse Polly Rodriguez, Founder & CEO at Unbound Cheryl Roubian, VP of People at Greenhouse Ryan Williams, Co-founder & President at Jopwell Juli Szaller, SVP of Global People Operations at Mogul Jacqui Maguire, Head of Talent at Greenhouse AGENDA 8:30 AM - Registration, Breakfast & Networking 9:00 AM - Introductions & Kickoff Amanda Moskowitz, Founder & CEO of Stacklist 9:05 AM - Opening Keynote Daniel Chait, Co-founder & CEO of Greenhouse 10:00 AM - Recruiting: Building a Startup Team (Panel) Saman Rahmanian, Co-founder & CPO of Ro Galyn Bernard, Co-founder of Primary Juli Szaller, SVP of Global Operations at Mogul 11:00 AM - Creating a Structured Hiring Process (Lesson) Jacqui Maguire, Head of Talent at Greenhouse 11:20 AM - Writing a Great Job Description (Lesson) 11:40 AM - Compensation for Early-Stage Startups (Lesson) 12:00 PM - Lunch & Networking 1:00 PM - Building a Diverse Team: Prioritizing Diversity & Avoiding Bias (Panel) Ryan Williams, Co-founder & President of Jopwell Liz Wessel, Co-founder & CEO of WayUp Polly Rodriguez, Co-founder & CEO of Unbound Cheryl Roubian, VP of People at Greenhouse 2:00 PM - Measure What Matters: Managing Performance at a Startup (Panel) Sue Choe, Chief People Officer at Petal Vivek Sharma, Co-founder & CEO of Movable Ink Mike Boufford, CTO at Greenhouse 3:00 PM - AMA on Culture Building 3:30 PM - Building a Technical Team (Panel) Katie DiCioccio, Tech Recruiting Manager, Greenhouse Brad Hargreaves, Founder & CEO of Common 4:30 PM - Closing Keynote 5:15 PM - Drinks & Networking ABOUT US Stacklist hosts startup events in NYC to help entrepreneurs learn from successful founders & experts. Previous speakers have included the founders of Greenhouse, Movable Ink, x.ai, and Techstars. You can find all of our past events and speakers here! If you have any questions, please email me at [masked]. Greenhouse Software is the leader in talent acquisition software. Thousands of the smartest and most successful companies like Cisco Meraki, Buzzfeed, J.D. Power, Warby Parker and Airbnb use Greenhouse's intelligent guidance to design and automate all aspects of hiring throughout their organizations, helping them compete and win for top talent. Greenhouse has won numerous awards including #1 Best Place to Work by Glassdoor, Forbes Cloud 100, and Talent Acquisition FrontRunner leader by Software Advice. To learn more, visit greenhouse.io. OUR PARTNERS Betaworks Studios is a new membership club for individuals looking to make a dent in the universe. Supported by innovative technology, this space is designed for connectivity within a curated community. Studios is your space to meet, scheme, get advice, collaborate, do a little bit of work, attend events, and host events. For 10 years betaworks has been working and networking—building companies, running accelerators, investing in talent—and now we've opened our doors. Find out more at betaworks-studios.com

  • Speed Networking & Business MatchMaking: Fastest Way to Expand Your Network

    Must Read Description CONFIRM YOUR SPOT THROUGH EVENTBRITE RSVP.LINK BELOW https://bit.ly/2Y6KepU Mostly everyone is aware about Speed Dating but not many know about "Speed Networking". Speed Networking is much similar to "Speed Dating" minus the "Dating". Here, the concept of "Dating" is applied to your professional life where You meet professionals just like yourself, face to face, one business professional at time. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, legal or medical professional, in the finance, real estate or entertainment industry - this event will offer the perfect occasion to expand your business, social or enterprise contacts. All in a setting and speed -in your very own style. CONFIRM YOUR SPOT THROUGH EVENTBRITE RSVP.LINK BELOW https://bit.ly/2Y6KepU Flow of the Event: The event is organized in a round‐robin “speed networking” style, with attendees rotating in small groups to engage in open discussions with other seated attendees. There will be time to mingle with other attendees after the speed networking rounds. Potential Topics to Talk About: Whether you are currently on the job hunt, seeking advice about professional growth, seeking funding for your startup or simply hoping to learn about possible paths to take your aspirations to the next level, this event is an excellent opportunity to expand both your knowledge base and your network of contacts. CONFIRM YOUR SPOT THROUGH EVENTBRITE RSVP.LINK BELOW https://bit.ly/2Y6KepU Keys to making the most of Speed Networking: 1) Bring and distribute your business cards. Exchange cards with your partner at the beginning of each three-minute session—this can be a time saver. When you exchange cards, take time to read what is on your partner’s card. The other person will see this as interest on your part and, equally important, it will help you remember faces and names later on. 2) Develop an efficient way to introduce yourself. Consider developing an “elevator pitch”—a response you can give in any situation when someone asks you who you are or what you do. Think about how you want to describe yourself. You could talk about your current position, explain a project you’ve undertaken, or describe your goals for 2019.. 3) Contribute to an effective conversation. Make sure there is an even exchange of dialogue. Pose a question or make a point, and let the other person respond. Ask about the challenges and needs your partner faces in his or her organization or industry. This will give you an opportunity to establish common ground and, if appropriate, to offer ways in which you’ve solved similar problems. 4) Follow up with individuals with whom you made a connection. If you feel that there is the possibility of furthering a relationship with a contact, express that to the person during your session. The key to making the most of Speed Networking is to follow up with your contacts over time to develop credible business relationships. Key Benefits: - The main purpose of the speed networking is to meet lots of new contacts in a short space of time. - Helps maximize your time at the forum making sure you meet the people that can offer you real business opportunities -If you take into account each participants business contacts, you are potentially connecting with hundreds of relevant industry people -A great icebreaker, the informal format takes the awkwardness out of traditional networking, it is a fun and easy way to meet a wide variety of people Attendee Participation Includes Below industries but not limited to: • Advertising And Marketing • Art Directors • Business & Management • Computer And Information Systems • Engineering • Entrepreneurs • Film, Media And Broadcast • Finance And Investment • Human Resources & Recruiting • Legal • Medicine And Healthcare • Politics • Public Relations • Real Estate & Construction • Sales • Science & Academics CONFIRM YOUR SPOT THROUGH EVENTBRITE RSVP.LINK BELOW https://bit.ly/2Y6KepU