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Queens Tech Meetup (QTM) is a gathering of tech enthusiasts who come together from around the greater NYC area to foster a vibrant tech community in Queens through participation, interaction, and experimentation.

At each of our meetups, we host 1-2 featured speakers and 2-4 interactive product demonstrations. After the demonstrations, we encourage our guests to meet other techies through an open networking session.

We host the meetups at different venues in Queens, showcasing great spaces in the borough. We hope you'll join us!

Past Presenters include: Nicole Hamilton (http://www.tactilefinance.com/who-we-are), Greg Pass (http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/May12/nycPass.html), Dean Dan Huttenlocher (http://cornellsun.com/section/news/content/2012/02/17/huttenlocher-named-dean-tech-campus), Alexis Ohanian (http://alexisohanian.com/), Charlie O'Donnell (http://www.thisisgoingtobebig.com/), Amol Sarva (http://www.amolsarva.com), Songza (http://songza.com/), Shapeways (http://www.shapeways.com/), Skillshare (http://www.skillshare.com), OKFocus (http://www.okfoc.us), Aereo (http://www.aereo.com), Storybox (http://www.storybox.it), Rukkus (http://www.rukkus.com), Hubbl (http://hubblapp.com/), Skift (http://skift.com/), See.Me (http://www.see.me/), Smart Vision Labs (https://smartvisionlabs.com/), Jewelbots (http://jewelbots.com), Nestie (http://nestie.co), and Walc.me (http://walc.me).


Interested in demoing? Please fill out our presenter form: http://bit.ly/QTM18DemoAp (http://bit.ly/QTM18DemoApp)


Queens Tech Meetup is a program of Coalition for Queens (C4Q), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit dedicated to fostering tech innovation in America's most diverse community, Queens NYC.

For more information, go to: http://www.c4q.nyc/events .

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