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FREE FOOD & DRINKS- How Can My Startup Win Big W Big Data, The Cloud & Marketing

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New York Startup Conference

Sponsored by Microsoft, Rackspace, MicroFame Media and WeWork.

Being a successful entrepreneur and startup founder is hard work and requires understanding every aspect of building a company. At our conference we want to address this issue by helping you understand how a startup can use the cloud, strategic marketing tools and big data to make money. At our conference we will address 4 crucial verticals every startup should be aware of before even asking for money.

We have four speakers each specializing in an area for this conference

John Yi ( Using the cloud to take your startup infrastructure to the next level

Michael Schein ( Getting your product off the ground with marketing

John Ortega ( How natural language and software can be combined to learn about your users.

Maria Naggaga ( How Microsoft services can help your startup.

John Yi (, Cloud Solutions Architect, Rackspace. John’s understanding of the Cloud as a great tool to facilitate automation has led him to Openstack and Rackspace. His current interests are in cloud architectures and IT infrastructure automation with different tools and services.

Michael Schein, ( CEO, MicroFame Media. Michael runs a content marketing and strategy agency that turns organizations into recognized authorities in their fields for the purpose of generating new business online. He has created or facilitated the production of content for companies such as eBay, LinkedIn, Abila, and TESLA.

John Ortega (, Senior NLP Research Engineer, Nuance Communications, CEO and Founder, Vidpal and Computer Science (PhD) Universitat d’Alacant. John has been working in software engineering for over a decade focusing on precision and planning and is up to date in Big Data and Algorithmic Design.

Maria Naggaga (, Technical Evangelist Microsoft. Maria works closely with the academic and startup communities. Her major interests include finding interesting ways on how we can use code to change perception, tell stories and break stereotypes. She volunteers with Young Game Makers and Black Girls Code as an instructor.

Food and Drinks will be provided!

$5 Dollars at the door for this conference

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