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Hello NYEBN Community Members,
Hope this finds you well. Tomorrow's temperature is in mid 70's. Sunny and gorgeous! I guess we couldn't wait for a better time for a much-anticipated summer rooftop party. Just added the open bar wine and beer selections here. If you want to find out more about the attendees, you can check both here and here. I'm really impressed with some attendees and the companies they represent. How can anybody miss an event like this?
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New Expo Partner Page
Our goal with the NY Business Expo 2012 is to create one of the most differentiated/valuable and best attended business trade shows in New York. Today, we are moving one step closer to that goal. The partner page on the expo website is officially going live. Check out http://nybusinessexpo.... We will be adding partners on an ongoing basis.
The partners we are featuring on that page are all embracing the same value as NYEBN, which is having entrepreneurs at the center of whatever they do. And they are supporting our initiative by sharing expo-related info with their communities. Today we are announcing the first three organizations to join the expo partner network:
1). UNCUBED (http://getuncubed.com...) - currently the largest and most entertaining recruiting event in the city, taking aim at breaking formal walls and barriers by offering startups, talent and industry enthusiasts new, high-energy platforms though which to connect.
2). iBreakfast (http://ibreakfast.com...) - The iBreakfast is where Digital Media companies get plugged into the key trends in the industry and the right people making it happen. The iEvening is where Start-Ups discover their real business pitch and get to present it to NY’s leading Angel VCs.
3). Columbia Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) (http://columbiaentrep...) - one of the largest and most active student organizations at Columbia Business School. CEO aims to provide students exposure to some of the most successful entrepreneurs, investors, and mentors.
Thanks to the prolific organizers, Tarek Pertew, Alan Brody, and Jigar Patel, for leading the effort! We value your support and partnership to make the 2012 expo one of the best! Just a heads up. In the next few weeks, we will start rolling out the press section and the exhibitor page. Be sure to check back to our website often at http://nybusinessexpo....
New Speaker - Bob Dorf
Announcing Bob Dorf, the author of The Startup Owner's Manual, as one of the most valued speakers at the expo. Bob Dorf explains why a mature approach to startup development requires many pivots to discover a business model that can ultimately be successful. He will also explain many concepts and methodologies that are mentioned in "The Startup Owner's Manual" in order to successfully start your own startup.
Session Registration: Eventbrite or Meetup
One for All Pass for Expo Seminars (32 sessions): Eventbrite ($100)
Ronna Lichtenberg () - Ronna Lichtenberg is a thought leader with over two decades of corporate and entrepreneurial success across multiple, diverse business sectors. She is an expert in top-notch corporate messaging, communications and savvy market shaping, product evangelizing and client prospecting/relationship management. She is also a nationally recognized business author and public speaker, has served as abusiness expert on every major TV network and is frequently quoted on both cable television and in national print. Ronna influences Fortune 500 organizations to open up to new ideas, approaches, directions and technologies, and provides strategic advice and consultancy to C-level peers discretely and with finesse. (read more here)
Brett Martin (website) - Brett Martin is co-founder and CEO of Sonar, a new location-based mobile application that leverages social network data to reveal hidden connections and interests you share with the people nearby. Prior to Sonar, Brett helped found K2 Media Labs, a New York-based seed stage mobile incubator, and AppFund, K2’s investment arm. Before K2, he studied strategic resource allocation in early stage startups as a Fulbright Scholar in Milan. He also helped launch Vice Magazine's web presence, VBS.tv, and worked on Wall Street as an equity research associate. Some other things Brett is proud of include: teaching himself Ruby, going to Dartmouth, getting published by Harvard Business, founding a rock band, starting a non-profit, and sailing 6,000 miles in a 30 ft ketch. (read more here)
Upcoming NYEBN Events
Tomorrow (June 26): NYC Business Networking Mixer @ 229W43 Roof Deck
This is an event for both startups and small businesses, featuring an open bar and a stunning midtown view. Tickets are sold on Meetup and Eventbrite. See details below:
When: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (ET)
229W43 (12th Fl. Terrace)
229 W. 43 St
New York, NY 10036
Registration: Meetup or Eventbrite
Estimated Attendance: 150 - 200
July 5: Startup Roundtable 14 - Mastering the Kickstarter Game (Panel)
When: Thursday, July 5, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (ET)
Columbia University: Uris Hall, Room 301
3022 Broadway at 117th Street
New York, NY 10027
Do you want to know the secrets of conducting successful Kickstarter fundraising campaigns? Would you like to use Kickstarter or any other microfinance platforms to take away your financial concerns? If so, we’ve got a solution for you!
Startup Roundtable 14 invites five successful Kickstarter campaign owners to share their stories on how to be successful at raising money on Kickstarter (or any similar platform for that matter).
Registration: Meetup or Eventbrite
Event Sponsor: CPX Interactive (http://www.cpxinterac...)
Digital advertising company CPX Interactive has developed an incubator initiative to support the advertising technology space. CPX will review start-ups in the sector that are in need of early funding and overhead support and infuse the selected companies with capital and resources to help clear typical early stage hurdles, including: core employee salaries, sales and marketing efforts, ad serving execution, creative development, technology needs and more..
CPX will consider business plans primarily focused on advertising technology, with a specific eye toward those that could most benefit from a close relationship with CPX’s global distribution engine. Initial conversations between CPX and selected entrepreneurs will address specifics such as ownership percentages of any newly formed limited liability corporations (LLC), salaries for staff and allocation of CPX resources.
Submit your application to be considered here.
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