Set your schedule: Thinc Iowa Opening Party is Oct. 9October 1, 2012 by Brittany Mascio
Thinc Iowa starts the minute we open the doors for the opening party Oct. 9. Make sure you’re there to start the conference off right.
Part of what makes our Thinc Iowa conference more than a conference is the time around the keynotes. In these moments, magic happens – people connect, inspiration strikes and ideas mature. The first opportunity for that magic is Oct. 9 at our Thinc Iowa Opening Party with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
The venue for this party is Wooly’s, a music hot spot in the historic East Village of downtown Des Moines. As you’ll see in the pictures (below), we’re especially excited about this venue as its vibe fits the hand-sketched, ornate details of the Thinc Iowa brand.
If you’re a Thinc Iowa badge holder, you’ll have the opportunity to pick up your lanyard and registration information at the start of the party, 8-10 p.m. (Attendees: More information on registration to come via email.) If you’re not a badge holder, don’t fret. This party is open to the public, but there’s still time to purchase a ticket to attend the full conference.
- When: Tuesday, Oct. 9, 8 p.m.
- Where: Wooly’s (504 East Locust St.)
- Who: Thinc Iowa attendees and the greater Silicon Prairie community (open to the public)
- How much? Thinc Iowa badge holder: free. Non-badge holder: $5 at door or free with RSVP.
- RSVP: thinciowaop.splashthat.com
Tickets still remain, but we’re only letting 500 attendees in the door. Make sure you’re one of them and purchase your ticket today: Thinc Iowa tickets. Discounts available for entrepreneurs, non-profits and students.
Big thanks to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
We’re proud to pair with Kansas City-based Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the world’s largest foundation devoted to entrepreneurship, for our Thinc Iowa Opening Party. Thanks to their support and the support of all our sponsors, we’re able to make our events come to life.
The Silicon Prairie Series
Thinc Iowa is a conference on innovation and entrepreneurship. Limited to 500 attendees, the two-and-a-half-day event presents more than a dozen nationally-known speakers in an inspiring and engaging environment. The Thinc Iowa conference is part of the Silicon Prairie Series, the nation’s most ambitious events on innovation and entrepreneurship. Big Omaha and a future Kansas City event are also a part of the series.