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Networking groups in Los Angeles

From: Murat A.
Sent on: Sunday, February 24, 2008 9:48 AM
http://www.investors.com/editorial/IBDArticles.asp?artsec=17&issue=20080222
Dealmaker Media, Lunch 2.0, TwiistUp and GeekDinner are replicating their Silicon Valley events in LA, hence building a strong community that supports/fosters startups/entrepreneurs/investors in the area.

Of course, we are always talking about how we can create a similar community in NY. I am not affiliated with any of these events, I am just an entrepreneur in New York City that spends time in the valley sometimes (last time at the Kleiner/Perkins incubator) and groks fully why so many entrepreneurs move there. I got contacted a while ago by one of these event organizers, they were just trying to gauge the potential of setting up similar events in New York. We already have some similar events here but what do you think we can do to show these silicon valley events and also NY-based companies thinking about venturing into this space, that 'if they build it, the community will come in force'?

cheers,
Murat
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