Seth Price (Marketing Strategist Speaker, Author) – The Marketing Genius Podcast: Real Estate Marketing | Digital Strategy | Technology | Leadership
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Technology Training Classes
Event on 2017-07-05 10:00:00
Please bring your devices full charged and any logins or passwords you might need.
• Wednesday, Jan. 4 & 18 at 10 a.m. – Basic Microsoft Word
• Friday, Jan. 13 & 27 at 2 p.m. – Resumes with Word
• Wednesday, Feb. 1 & 15 at 10 a.m. – Gmail for Beginners
• Friday, Feb. 10 & 24 at 2 p.m. – Internet Security
• Wednesday March 1 & 15 at 10 a.m. – Introduction to Google
• Friday, March 10 & 24 at 2 p.m. – All things Google
• Wednesday, April 5 & 19 at 10 a.m. – Card Catalog for the 21st Century
• Friday, April 14 & 28 at 2 p.m. – Internet Tips and Tricks
Space is limited, so register early. Reservations can be made by calling 772-337-5632 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
at Morningside Library
2410 Morningside Blvd
Port Saint Lucie, United States
ARTech: Adventures in Art + Technology
Event on 2017-04-26 15:00:00
ARTech will be open to the public every Wednesday and Thursday from 3pm – 7pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 5pm beginning March 1 and ending April 29 at 451-459 West 14th Street.
A two-month long series of workshops, installations, and interactive activities, ARTech will provide children the opportunity to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) in an entertaining and engaging environment. The program is designed to inspire young minds to utilize these disciplines in their daily lives and to consider the impact of STEAM on the world in which they live. Art combined with technology enhances problem-solving skills, encourages innovative solutions to old problems, inspires experimentation, and promotes collaboration – ARTech seeks to facilitate this type of experiential education for children and their families.
The Meatpacking BID will use an 8000 sq. ft., beautifully renovated, vacant retail storefront as the location for this dynamic pop-up activity center. As art and technology are among the crucial sectors defining the district’s commerce today, the Meatpacking BID developed ARTech to cultivate the next generation of artists, inventors, scientists and visionaries. ARTech leverages the generosity, ingenuity and creativity of our community and creates an indoor haven of exploration for children and families at no cost to the attendees.
As Executive Director of the Meatpacking BID, Lauren Danziger spearheads the strategy behind the initiative and states “The Meatpacking District is a dynamic hub of activity across many sectors. While the districts food and shopping scenes are commonly recognized, the area’s depth of arts and tech businesses is not as well-known. ARTech, provides a platform to highlight the district as a neighborhood with a strong arts and technology footprint. Additionally, we are providing a gratis experience and a place for children to experience STEAM, an industry that is meaningful to the future of not just the district, but the world.”
Executive Director of the Children's Museum of the Arts, Barbara Hunt McLanahan adds “The Children's Museum of the Arts is excited for the opportunity ARTech presents to bring the transformative power of the arts to even more children across the city. Art is an essential part of education— it fosters the ingenuity and creativity that is so important to science and technology fields. We look forward to providing children the chance to experience the A in STEAM education through ARTech.”
“This is such a great opportunity to engage young people and show them that science, art, and technology come together in interesting, unexpected ways,” says Elizabeth Slagus, NYSCI’s Director of Public Programs. “We delight in taking our work out beyond the walls of our museum, and the exhibits and activities offered through ARTech are perfect for starting a dialogue with people about what STEAM is and how it has the potential to inform very complicated and critical issues.”
ARTech will be open to the public every Wednesday and Thursday from 3pm – 7pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10 – 5p beginning March 1 and ending April 29 at 451-459 West 14th Street. Please see the below schedule and summary of activities planned:
1) Build It – Using award winning design kit, Rigamajig, children will add wooden planks, pulleys, cogs, nuts, bolts, and rope to their imagination to create wonders of creative engineering. Is it a car? Is it a train? No, it’s a thingamajig!
2) Velocity Area – What is the difference between speed and velocity? After designing and making their own custom wheeled projectiles, participants will shoot their rocket racers down the velocity ramps to consider what makes a vehicle go faster in one direction. Is the long smooth ramp faster or do the bumps in the shorter ramp help to increase speed?
3) GIF making station – Everyone knows their favorite animated film, but may not know the simple technology behind it. Learning how to simply animate themselves, families will leave with short GIFS to use in their family albums and social media posts. In partnership with GIPHY.
4) Starlab – Families can experience the stars in the night sky and learn to star hop from key stars to their favorite constellations in the portable planetarium Starlab. iStop Motion and art making workshops will translate ideas about space into 2 and 3 dimensions!
5) Danny Rozin Installation – Have you ever seen an artwork that responds to your movement? Rozin’s giant pixelated painting mirrors movement to create a surprising moving shadow of each visitor.
6) Ball Pond – CMA’s infamous Ball Pond is recreated in the Meatpacking District. Kids can release their pent up energy before turning their minds to Art and Technology.
7) ACCESS: Artist and Scientist Collaborations – Families explore ideas such as ecology, connected systems, sustainability and climate change through art installations created by artist-and-scientist teams. Works include Monster in the Closet, an animated adventure by Laura Chipley and Hannah Zanowski that highlights the Southern Ocean’s role in regulating Earth’s climate; 1000 Fingers of Decision by Carrie Dashow and Matthew Liao, which explores the importance of an individual’s decision-making in addressing climate change; and A Tale of Dogs in a Changing World by Coche Gonzalez and Jack Tseng, that takes visitors on a 40-million-year journey of the dog family.
About the Meatpacking District
The Meatpacking Business Improvement District (BID) is the not-for-profit business alliance of the area whose mission is to support the business community and to keep the area clean, safe and beautiful. The BID runs a robust array of marketing and events programming in support of the neighborhoods economic health. As the Meatpacking District community continues to reinvent itself year-in and year-out, the Meatpacking BID seeks to revitalize and reinvigorate right alongside all of the innovators that call the Meatpacking District home. For more information, please visit, meatpacking-district.com.
About the Children's Museum of the Arts
Founded in Lower Manhattan in 1988, Children’s Museum of the Arts provides authentic hands-on art experiences for children, both in its art-filled museum and in the community. CMA’s mission is to introduce children and their families to the transformative power of the arts by providing opportunities to make art side-by-side with working artists. CMA works to fulfill its mission through four distinct initiatives: On-site public programming that includes interactive art stations and artist-led workshops, early-childhood arts workshops, after-school classes, intensive art camps and special family programs; school & community outreach programs throughout New York City; art exhibitions; and a permanent collection of more than 2,000 pieces of children’s art from around the world. More information is available at cmany.org. Follow CMA on Twitter and Instagram: @cmainnyc, and on Facebook at facebook.com/childrensmuseumofthearts.
About the New York Hall of Science
The mission of the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) is to nurture generations of passionate learners, critical thinkers and active citizens through an approach called Design-Make-Play. Design-Make-Play emphasizes open-ended exploration, imaginative learning and personal relevance, resulting in deep engagement and delight in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. NYSCI was founded at the 1964-65 World’s Fair and has evolved into New York’s center for interactive science, serving a half million students, teachers and families each year. For more information, visit nysci.org or call 718-699-0005. Follow NYSCI on Twitter and Instagram: @nysci, and on Facebook at: facebook.com/nysci.
at 451-459 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014
451-459 West 14th Street
New York, United States
How young Entrepreneurs use Technology & the Media to Grow their Business Online
Event on 2016-08-18 10:00:00
Small Business Festival: This event is held in conjunction with and proudly supported by the 'Small Business Festival' and the 'State Government Victoria': GENERAL OUTLINE: Discover how young entrepreneurs are using technology and the media to innovate, disrupt, and accelerate their business growth. You will learn how they build their online market presence using the power of the internet and social media, as well as formulating strategic partnerships across various media channels. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: During the program, you will learn / uncover the following: How young entrepreneurs effectively embrace technology including social media, apps, Google, Youtube, etc, to sell their products and services; How you can build your presence online by developing your brand proposition / message via your website, social media sites, etc; How you can fast-track your exposure online by leveraging on the media including digital publications and other third part sites; How you can disrupt your industry and enhance your competitive position by embracing technology within your industry sector; How you can develop strategic partnerships within your market to accelerate your exposure online and further build your credential; ABOUT THE PRESENTER:For nearly two decades, Federico Re has built his reputation as an entrepreneurship coach, mentor, motivational speaker, and business writer across the SME business and entrepreneurial sectors (view an 'Intimate Moment with Federico Re'). He is the founder of a niche coaching practice (www.creativeentrepreneur.com.au), tailored for start-ups and aspiring entrepreneurs, SME business owners, and CEO's. Federico’s journey is inspirational, one where an enduring passion blossomed into an entrepreneurial adventure. In 1997, at only 22 years of age, Federico co-founded his first business venture – a designer stationery and giftware company which defied the sceptics. His business achieved the unthinkable, delivering and sustaining revenue growth of more than 50% per annum over 10 consecutive years, reaching retail sales of more than million per year, across 1000 retail stores, throughout Australia and New Zealand. Driven by consumer lifestyle changes, Federico connects directly with people, inspiring and energising them to achieve greater things. He often draws on his personal experiences of leadership, entrepreneurial success, innovation, global trends, competitiveness, and design. His philosophy is: “You are not born an entrepreneur. You become one if you think like one.” Federico is co-author of the international best seller: "Millionaire Coach", and founder and co-host of an online radio show – "InspireTalk". His unique products and services continue to inspire people all around the world.Federico is an accredited NLP practitioner, and was trained at the 'Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship' in South Africa in 2013.He is featured on a number of high profile magazines from around the world, and is a freelance writer and journalist. His editorial and journalistic work has enabled him to meet high profile business leaders and game changers; he has compiled unique editorial pieces focused around entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, leadership, innovation, technology, market trends, education, and organisational culture. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE:This workshop is 100% guaranteed to satisfy you. If you feel you have not achieved this outcome during your interaction with Federico Re, you will receive your money back ! SPECIAL PROMOTION: As a participant of this workshop program, you will receive: ↘ a FREE "Millionaire Coach" BOOK (co-authored by Federico Re) valued at .95; ↘ a free initial 45-minute online COACHING SESSION with Federico Re worth 9.00*; * Offer valid for 1st registered participant and must be redeemed within 14 days of workshop date; NEED FURTHER INFORMATION ? Contact Federico Re on +61 408 510 378, or visit his website at www.creativeentrepreneur.com.au
at Feddish Cafe Bar & Restaurant
River Terrace Yarra BuildingFederation SquareMelbourne 3000
Kataku Technology Small Business Expo
Event on 2016-06-17 08:30:00
Your business can be awesome. It can wow your customers at every turn. Come join other small business professionals to network and learn how to take your business to the next level! Hosted by Kataku Technology, this expo will feature speakers who are among the best in their field. Lunch will be provided along with abundant opportunity to network. Here is the lineup and topics: Adam Kobler – How IT Can Save You Money Ben Theis – Search Engine Optimization for Small Business Kari Switala – How to Fix Your Follow Up Ken Boie – 2016 Security Update: Have We Learned Our Lesson Yet? Michael Beach – The Importance of Character in Growing Businesses Nicole Fende – The Top 3 Pricing Mistakes Small Businesses Make (And How to Fix Them) Come network, learn, and grow your business!
Minneapolis, United States
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Event on 2015-10-13 14:00:00
On Tuesday, October 13th, 2015, Business, Design & Technology Conference returns to the Centre for Social Innovation NYC. The year we have Newscred, Satya Twena and Indiegogo joining us for a discussion on how smart business strategies, human-centered design and breakthrough technologies to create products, services and experiences that disrupt industries, impact communities. and solve society's most pressing issues. BDT 2015 is Made in NYC, hosted by SMPLCT Lab and sponsored by SuperTasker and PeoplePerHour. Date Tuesday, October 13, 2015 Time 2:00pm – 5:00pm Venue Centre for Social Innovation NYC Follow @smplctlab @bdtconference Hashtag #BDT2015 Agenda 2:00pm – 2:30pm Arrival & Registration 2:30pm – 3:00pm Drinks, Music, Networking 3:00pm – 4:00pm Panel: Business, Design, Technology 2015 ft. Newscred, Satya Twena, Indiegogo 4:00pm – 5:00pm Drinks, Music, Networking Continue Panelists Amy Wu, Head of Finance & Operations, Newscred Amy Wu is the Head of Finance and Operations for NewsCred, the leading end-to-end content marketing platform for brands and publishers, based in NYC. At NewsCred, Amy manages investor relations, FP&A, fundraising, finance and accounting across 5 offices, company-wide operations and systems, and general strategy. Previously, Amy was an investor at IA Ventures, an early stage VC fund in NYC investing in data-centric startups, and before that, at Insight Venture Partners. At Insight, Amy was a core member of the operations team, working with growth-stage SaaS, ecommerce, and marketplace companies define strategy, operations, market-entry, fundraising, and acquisitions. Amy is a frequent speaker on scaling operations, fundraising, building culture, and advocating for women in tech. Outside of work, Amy loves skiing and mountain climbing. Follow her at @amytongwu Satya Twena, CEO and Creative Director, Satya Twena Fine Millinery. Satya’s first entrepreneurial endeavor started in 2010 when her mother asked for a soft hat to cover her bare head after she has lost her hair due to the effects of cancer treatment. Satya continued making hats for herself, her mother and their friends out of her apartment using a jiffy steamer and her oven. Needing to fill orders, Satya’s friend, Designer, Charles Nolan introduced her to the Makins Hat Factory (one of Manhattan’s last hat factories, in the Garment District of NYC). She worked closely with them until 2013, when the 40 year old Makins Hat Factory abruptly closed. By saving Manhattan's last hat factories Satya and her team continue to preserve the legacy of the Makins Hat factory and the craft of hand made hats in America. Satya grew up in Southern California & graduated from Wellesley College. Follow her at @satyatwena Evan Cohen, Director of Design, Technology and Hardware, Indiegogo Evan Cohen joined Indiegogo in 2014 to help educate and empower the growing maker community on the east coast of the United States. He works out of the Indiegogo NewYork office, where he regularly engages in community events to help local technologists connect with the Indiegogo platform. Prior to joining Indiegogo, Evan spent three years as a television producer and broadcast engineer, working on productions for Jimmy Kimmel Live, The United Nations WorldFood Programme, and Travel Channel. As a producer, Evan contributed to a number of incredible productions that have been watched by millions of people around the world. Evan holds a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is an avid world traveler who has visited nearly 30 different countries. Follow him at @ecohen16 Host Cynthia Hellen, Founder & CEO, SMPLCT Lab Hellen is the Founder and CEO of SMPLCT Lab, a global creative company that takes a human-centered, designed-based approach to help develop sustainable products, services and experiences. She is a Technology Trainer at TechCamp Global, a program under the U.S. State Department’s Civil Society (CS) 2.0 initiative that connects civil society organizations (CSOs) across the globe with new and emerging technology resources to solve real world challenges and build digital capacity. Hellen serves as Chapter Leader of New York Women Social Entrepreneurs (NYWSE), a nonprofit promoting young women social entrepreneurs. Moderator Ariele Krantzow, Head of US Community Development, SuperTasker Ariele Krantzow is the Head of Community Development for a new startup called SuperTasker, a sister product of PeoplePerHour. Over the last 5 years, Ariele developed a multitude of projects and initiatives around small business development locally in NYC, where she is based, and around the US. Previously, Ariele created a curriculum and taught workshops on a weekly basis covering the process of building an online presence. These workshops included topics such as branding, marketing, copywriting, and SEO. Nationally, she organized speaker-based events pulling experts from every field from email marketing to public relations. She enjoys building relationships with small and emerging businesses and giving them the tools to increase their success. Event Partner New York's greatest celebration of technology and innovation. Techweek hosts a 7-day series of events with a 2-day technology conference and expo to bring together a mixture of entrepreneurs, visionaries, and thought leaders. This weeklong celebration of technology and innovation brings the local community together and we then shine a large global spotlight on the exciting developments in that community. New York Women Social Entrepreneurs (NYWSE) is the NY-metro chapter of Young Women Social Entrepreneurs (YWSE). NYWSE’s mission is to provide a community, tools, trainings, and resources that women need to succeed as business leaders while becoming sustainability experts. Our vision is to empower women to affect change in society at all levels, as an individual, community member, professional, student, and entrepreneurs. Event Sponsors SuperTasker is the latest innovation by PeoplePerHour – a leader in the fast-growing freelance economy since 2008. SuperTasker's vision is to be your 'Digital HelpDesk in the Cloud', allowing you to outsource and manage high volumes of small tasks, super fast, to a pool of curated experts. 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at Starret-Lehigh Building
601 West 26th Street
New York, United States
Science and technology fan, Evgeniy Shishkin, who interviews today’s brightest scholars, intellectuals and visionaries on everything from self-driving cars to drones in Africa and Google Glass use in medical field – Verge of Discovery
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