What we're about

Monthly event to discuss and show-and-tell new technology! Geeks, inventors, new companies with cool products and ANYONE curious about new tech is welcome.

Visit us online @ http://www.sfnewtech.com

Here's what folks say about SF New Tech:

“SF New Tech is the best place in San Francisco to launch, meet or recruit for young tech companies.” – Lars Leckie, Partner, Hummer Winblad

“SF New Tech is a great environment to meet the movers and shakers in the startup community. Being a Friend of New Tech gives us the exposure we want in order to highlight our expertise in advising entrepreneurs and their companies. In addition, it allows us to meet other like minded resource partners that also specialize in working with startups and their founders.” – John Lin, Wealth Manager, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

“SF New Tech is the Daddy of all tech events in San Francisco. Where laid trails many have followed.” – Duncan Logan, CEO & Founder, RocketSpace, Inc.

“SF New Tech is a great place to meet entrepreneurs and to be part of the exciting enterprise of the launch of new businesses and even whole new markets. I always discover something new and surprising at each event and meet new and interesting people from all over the world.” – Matt Perez, COO & Co-founder, Nearsoft, Inc

“SF New Tech is the best opportunity for my firm to reach out and become part of an established new tech community. It’s the real deal … interesting people, interesting companies and a great platform for me to grow my business.” – Kevin Waldron, CEO, Waldron Consulting Group

SF New Tech is the “Place to see and be seen… One of the best shows in town.” — John Katsaros, Analyst, Internet Research Group

“SF New Tech is a networking event in which the -next big thing- in web developments meets the audience looking out for the hot new tip.” — BBC News

“SF New Tech is a fun factory for serious entrepreneurs… an event which brings together hot startups, aspiring startups, and the groupies who love them. Add a little booze and an industrial-design bar venue, and you have a gathering which transcends a business event, and becomes a monthly destination for the hip in high-tech” — SF Examiner

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Important Note: While we use meetup.com as a central hub for our community -- we manage our ticket sales and event registration with Eventbrite. That said, the attendee counts listed under "Past Meetups" on meetup.com are incorrect. All of our events sell out usually with 100+ people attending each one.
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Upcoming events (1)

6.27: The Internet of Everything: Here, There, Everywhere w/Breadware, Nodle, Ir

Executive Briefing Center @ DocuSign

6.27: The Internet of Everything: Here, There, Everywhere Thursday, June 27, 2019 DocuSign Executive Briefing Center 221 Main St., San Francisco, CA 5:30 - 8:00 pm Registration: http://www.sfnewtech.com/iot (RSVPS on Meetup aren't tickets! Register to attend!) *** The first 50 tickets are 50% off with the code IOTEVERYWHERE *** On Thursday, June 27th, join us as we dive deep into the Internet of Everything: Here, There, and Everywhere. It's a known fact that building hardware -- and hardware companies -- is just plain hard. From managing the supply chain to the challenges of harnessing big data, companies that are on the leading edge of the IoT revolution are finding that it takes more than a good idea and a great team to bring a product to market. Layer in the massive expense of R&D, fabrication, with an ever-growing list of expenses to combat in the Bay Area, and companies leading the charge in IoT are forced to deploy creative tactics to break from the crowd. Join us and senior executives from Iris Automation, Copper, Metropolitan Intelligence, Nodle, Breadware, and Grush who will share their experiences and best practices of growing their companies both here in the Bay Area -- and up in Reno where a new hot pocket of IoT companies is starting to form. Speakers: * Grace McKenzie, Director of Operations & Controller, Iris Automation (SF & Reno) * Doug Richey, CEO, Copper (Reno) * Stephanie Hayden, CEO & Founder, Metropolitan Intelligence (Oakland) * Garrett Kinsman, Co-Founder, Nodle (SF) * Daniel Price, CEO, Breadware (Reno) * Ethan Daniel Schur, Co-Founder, Grush (SF) Agenda: * 5:30 - 6:00 pm Networking + refreshments * 6:00 - 7:30 pm Presentations, discussions * 7:30 - 8:00 pm Further networking Light beverages and munchies will be served. Registration: http://www.sfnewtech.com/iot SF New Tech is honored to be sponsored by EDAWN & Startup Reno, DocuSign, Evensi, and Mentor Bureau.

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