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Meet Most Successful Startups OF Y-COMBINATOR - STAR INCUBATOR

*******************VIRTUAL EVENT***********ZOOM MEETING******** MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK TO ATTEND. https://bit.ly/3gJpOvT Why Y Combinator Is So Important Y Combinator has been used to launch over 2,000 companies, including Stripe, Airbnb, Cruise Automation, DoorDash, Coinbase, Instacart, Dropbox and Twitch. The combined valuation of the top YC companies was over US$155 billion as of October 2019 As a startup, getting accepted in the Y Combinator program is the perfect boast your startup needs. This accelerator arranges for funding, international partnerships and most your startup on the path of super success. Spare an evening to the meet the founder for the most promising startups that have recently come out the Y Combinator programs. - Meet the most sort out CEO's of future unicorn ( 1 Billion Valuation) startups - Learn first hand from the people on the ground what it takes to break in Y Combinator programs. - Learn about the journey and experience as a Y Combinator portfolio company. MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK TO ATTEND. https://bit.ly/3gJpOvT Panelist. Amos Gewirtz - Co-Founder @ Vizy After graduating with a degree in anthropology from the University of Chicago, Amos went to work on the investment team at Bridgewater Associates in Connecticut. After leaving Bridgewater, Amos founded Vizy and moved from Brooklyn to San Francisco for YCombinator's Summer 2019 batch. Sally Rogers - Founder at Parsnip Entrepreneur and sustainable food systems advocate with a demonstrated history of working with founders and teams on strategy and growth. Skilled in Communications, Marketing, Team Building, Staffing Services, Management, Leadership, and Strategic Planning. Working to democratize access to opportunities by connecting better-for-you brands with events, influencers, and agencies! Helena Merk - Co-founder and CEO of Glimpse Helena Merk is the co-founder and CEO of Glimpse, a platform that enables others to build strong online communities. She dropped out of Duke Spring of her sophomore year to work at a startup and then left to launch her own. With her co-founder Brian, they decided to dedicate themselves to building social platforms that foster authentic relationships. She has always seen programming as a way to have positive social impact, geeks out far too much about databases, and regularly escapes tech backpacking. Arjun Patel - Co-founder, CEO at WorkClout Hosted By - Toronto Entrepreneurs, Startup & Business Coalition. Facebook Group- https://bit.ly/2zTBNHB Meetup Group - https://bit.ly/3hS0R36 Instagram - www.instagram.com/professionalunite/ MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK TO ATTEND. https://bit.ly/3gJpOvT All Online From Any Device - Computer, Laptop, Tablet Or Phone. From Your Home Or Office We use an online, cloud-based platform to make it easy and fun for you to participate. After signing in from your home, office, smartphone or tablet, will get to know each other better in main chat session and then in small group chats with other attendees in smaller chat rooms. Make sure your video and voice is enabled. Login Details Will Be Shared Only With Attendees Closer To The Date Of The Event MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK TO ATTEND. https://bit.ly/3gJpOvT

Grow Your Startup Community- Tapping Into Intersections & Interest Of Members

VIRTUAL EVENT ****************************ZOOM MEETING MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/34LAdoi Community exists everywhere but we're so quick to stay in our obvious communities. Over the past half-century, Silicon Valley has emerged as the archetypal startup ecosystem, producing thousands of successful companies and reaping the benefits of the resulting economic development and job creation. By looking at the intersections of members, their overlapping interests, and additional spaces they exist in we can actually expand our current communities and gain a wider reach. While there is a growing understanding that “Silicon Valley can’t be perfectly replicated” (and that’s a good thing!), there is still an important conversation to be had around as what can be doing to foster thriving startup communities. How do we grow the startup community? - More ambitious entrepreneurs - More anchor technology companies - More repeat entrepreneurs This is how we grow our startup community in a meaningful way. None are easy; all are important. This session will be a discussion of how we can consider these intersections as we design, launch, and operate brand communities for our businesses to drive growth, reach, and impact for both the business and the member experience. We shall be talking about: 1. 4 Cs Needed to Build a Strong Startup Community- Celebrate, Connect, Convene & Collaborate 2. Engage & build a Startup Community where you live? 3. Building a community for a new startup. MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/34LAdoi Panelists: Angie Manager at Snowflake A tech aficionado who loves building community, bringing people together, and inspiring them to be their best selves. With a background in history, she is always finding ways to use tech to further social good and solve societal issues. As an advocate for diversity and inclusion, she regularly speaks and write on the topic, helping companies re imagine their internal culture. She currently live in Oakland and work as the Senior Community Manager at Snowflake and served as the Director of Community for Lesbians Who Tech, a global community of over 40,000 gender non-conforming, LGBTQ women + allies in tech, and the National Tech Jobs Tour, a cross-country workforce development tour promoting economic opportunity and filling 100K tech jobs. Prior to that, I've also worked as an Engineer Team Support Coordinator at Dropbox, the Developer Relations Manager at Zendesk, interim CEO for BASA Delivery, and an Account Manager at CodeHS. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelicalcoleman/ Jake McKee: Jake McKee is one of the founders of the modern customer community movement. He led Apple’s famed Global Support Communities. which spawned breakthrough innovations such as the Mindstorms community driven product development (which landed on the cover of Wired Magazine). He co-founded Ant’s Eye View (later purchased by PwC) which helped firms like Starbucks, Canon, and H&R Block build customer communities that became powerful engines for marketing, sales, product innovation and the customer experience. Jake currently runs Community5, a consulting practice focused on helping organizations drive more success with their online communities, fan engagement programs, and product development processes. He also manages the Dinner5 project, a monthly dinner series that brings senior community leaders together for connection and camaraderie. To bring some joy and to keep sane during the 2020 global pandemic, he started a web comic for community managers called Home Game. LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jakemckee/ MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/34LAdoi Hosted By - Toronto Entrepreneurs, Startup & Business Coalition. Facebook Group- https://bit.ly/2zTBNHB Meetup Group - https://bit.ly/3hS0R36 Instagram - www.instagram.com/professionalunite/ MUST RSVP ON BELOW LINK https://bit.ly/34LAdoi

Your WFH Network: Rabbit or Turtle? Reliable & Affordable SD-WAN Solution

How can SMBs enable a high-quality and reliable network while reducing support costs? With a Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution, it is simple and essential, especially in the current remote work environment. Join Pat Saavedra - Founder of RabbitRun Technologies, an SMB SD-WAN provider, in his webinar to learn more about how SD-WAN can failsafe remote workers' internet, simplify network management, and reduce support costs for small businesses. Date: October 15, 2020 Time: 2 - 3 PM EDT | 11 AM - 12 PM PDT 🔴 Registration is required: https://bit.ly/33BC1hw If you have any other questions, please comment below! In the meantime, say Hello 👋 to Pat: https://bit.ly/2Ee0cKi

Toronto's Biggest Professional Networking Mixer -Entrepreneur Tech & GameChanger

Midtown Gastro Hub (Formerly Fox & Fiddle)

***EVENTBRITE RSVP MUST TO ATTEND*** https://bit.ly/2VwMrMY MAKE SURE TO RSVP ON EVENTBRITE TO ATTEND Highlights From Previous Events - Media Link Below https://youtu.be/9epSNzTL2tc ***EVENTBRITE RSVP MUST TO ATTEND*** https://bit.ly/2VwMrMY This is the largest networking event for Entrepreneurs , Startups and Business Professionals. Calling All: Tech Startups! Entrepreneurs ! Artists ! Professionals ! Free-lancers, Thinkers, Game-Changers, and Heroes! 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 - TORONTO Entrepreneurs & Startup Network (TESN) Facebook - facebook.com/groups/TESNetwork/ Instagram - https://bit.ly/2PDP37f Please use @TechWebTalks to share your comments/pics for this event. Ambiance: - 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 8:30 PM.***Arriving on time recommended. Admission: ***EVENTBRITE RSVP MUST TO ATTEND*** https://bit.ly/2VwMrMY Support The Space: Since the venue is lets 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+.*** Venue Sponsor: Midtown GastroHub For Business Queries: [masked] www.professionalunite.com All Future Events - http://bit.ly/2hdLvXU Hosted By - TORONTO Entrepreneurs & Startup Network (TESN) Facebook - facebook.com/groups/TESNetwork/ Instagram - https://bit.ly/2PDP37f

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