Past Meetup

SM New Tech Meetup June 2012 #SMNT1

This Meetup is past

167 people went

Location image of event venue

Details

Agenda:

Intro to the Group: What is new tech anyway?

Quick comparison of New York, San Fran and Boston New Tech Meetup Groups

4 min video from New York Tech June Meetup

5 amazing new tech companies will present (5 min demo+5 min Q&A):

https://www.kuapay.com/

http://circaapp.com/

http://www.parkme.com/

http://mixlepix.com/

http://www.howtomodelcoaching.com/

6:30PM - 7:00PM networking
7:00PM - 8:30PM presentations and Q&A
8:30PM - 9:00PM socializing

Light snacks will be provided.

Sponsor of this event is KuaPay

Drinks are provided by

Getting to the event:

The Ocean Park Branch Library is located at the corner of Main Street and Ocean Park Blvd.

By Freeway. Take the I-10 freeway to the 4th Street exit. Take 4th Street south for 0.3 miles and then turn right on Pico Blvd. Proceed 0.5 mile to Main Street, then turn left. The library will be on the left.

By Bus.The Ocean Park Branch Library is served by the Big Blue Bus (http://www.bigbluebus.com/busroutes/index.asp) lines 1, 2 and 8.

Parking:

Limited metered parking is available along Norman Place, Ocean Park Blvd and Main Street, as well as in the lot directly in front of the Branch’s Norman Place entrance. Additional metered parking is available in City Lot 11 with entrances located at 2934 Main Street and at 170 Hollister Avenue.

The Norman Place Parking Lot will be closed beginning Monday, March 26, for improvements and to prepare for the arrival of the Santa Monica Conservancy offices, which will be located in the far corner of the lot in the historical Shotgun House. During the closure, it is suggested that the public park in City Lot 11 (http://www.smgov.net/departments/transportation/google_parking_mapsv2.aspx?map=mainstsouthbeach), located between Ocean Park Blvd and Hollister Avenue and entered from Hollister Ave. or through the driveway entrance at 2934 Main St.

Bike Racks. Cyclists can secure their bikes at the bike racks along Norman Place near the entrance to the Library.