Past Meetup

Managing Scope Creep & Client Expectations

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Join us in October to hear Tera Simon ( of Atlantic Business Technologies (ABT) ( present on the trickiest of tightropes in marketing, Managing Scope Creep and Client Expectations. In her position as Director of Client Engagement, she is focused on making successful outcomes for all involved.

Giveaway: Internet Summit Ticket

At the meeting, you'll have the chance to win something cool by doing good for someone in need.

We're giving away one ticket to this year's Internet Summit ( To qualify, attend the TMC meeting and make a $5 donation to the Raleigh Rescue Mission while you're there. You can donate an additional $5 to receive an additional ticket.

One ticket feeds four people, so be sure to support this great cause!

TMC Articles You Can't Miss

TMC intern Sasha Duncan wrote about her experiences at a career fair and has some advice on how to make them better (

Don't wait for the meeting to learn something new! Follow #TMCTonight on Twitter ( or #TMCThrowbacks ( on our Instragram page ( to see the amazing content published by our interns.

Please note: we are asking for your first and last name to make name badges. Many people are just using their first name and last initial. To provide better networking and keep the amount of prep time to a minimum, we are asking that people provide their first and full last name.

How to reach The Knowledge Tree and find a parking spot:

The Knowledge Tree is located on the corner of Hillsborough and Henderson St. The entrance is in the back of the building (Nehi Bottling Company). There is a restaurant right beside the Nehi Bottling Company to the left, The Wild Cooks Indian Grill.

There will not be a sign for The Knowledge Tree from the front. Just know it is behind the Nehi Bottling Company, and the Indian Restaurant.

For parking: You can either park in the lot that is pictured right behind The Knowledge Tree, on the side streets of the neighborhood surrounding it, (such as Henderson St.), or at the Dan Allen Deck a few minutes down Hillsborough St. off of Dan Allen Dr.

Traffic - Hillsborough Street is currently adding round abouts - which means they have removed the right travel lane. You will want to leave early. Google Maps has a feature that allows you to judge time to leave.

Hope this helps! We look forward to seeing you there!