Startup Events: Omaha, Lincoln & Des Moines
There's quite the selection of startup events this week in Omaha, Lincoln, and Des Moines. If you're interested in entrepreneurship and startups, I hope you're able to make it out to at least one. Thursday, July 8, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. – Lincoln Startup Drinks, Coffee Edition: The Cup. We're going to try a
There’s quite the selection of startup events this week in Omaha, Lincoln, and Des Moines. If you’re interested in entrepreneurship and startups, I hope you’re able to make it out to at least one.
The Cup (643 South 25th Street, Suite 7)
We’re going to try a daytime coffee meetup for the July Startup Drinks. To avoid the 4th festivities we’re having it on the second Thursday of July, the 8th at the Cup from 11 a.m. to noon.
For the uninformed: “the Cup” is probably the best coffee house in Lincoln. It’s located at 643 South 25th Street, Suite 7, which is in the Historic Bottler’s Building at 25th and Randolph Street.
Hopefully this time will work for people still working for the man to make it over their lunch hour as well as for those of us with slightly more flexible schedules.
If you are not yet familiar with startup drinks, you can read my description of it here: http://lincoln.startupdrinks.com/2010/03/10/the-first-lincoln-startup-drinks-no-fooling/
Thursday, July 8, 5:30-7 p.m. – Lincoln YPG Entrepreneurship: Startup Lessons: Hobby to Profitability (Lincoln)
This Lincoln Young Professionals Group Entrepreneurship event is free and open to the public.
Dave Hall started Restore A Muscle Car in 2005 after years of being a hobbyist gear head by night and programmer by day. Learn how and why Dave followed his passion and made the jump to full time hobbyist. Dave will also take us through how they’ve grown and what they’ve learned along the way.
- 5:30 – Mix and mingle with free light refreshments
- 6 – Dave Hall’s story, tour of facility and Q&A with founder
- 7 – Networking and conclusion of event
Thursday, July 8, 6:30-8 p.m. – Omaha Startup Drinks
Presented by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce:
So what is Startup Drinks? According to its website it is a national program that helps build the startup culture in cities around world. The program holds events (typically over coffee or spirits) where people can discuss what they are working on, what they need help with and what they can do to help others.
The third stop on Technology Association of Iowa‘s TechBrew Summer Tour.
Foundry Coworking is quickly adding to its resident business people. Come chat up uber-entrepreneurs and tech scenesters: Alexander Grgurich, Ben Milne and Geoff Wood.
Although this month’s Central Iowa Bloggers meetup has come and gone – it’s held the first Friday of every month – see a video highlight of it on Insight Advertising’s blog, insightadvertising.typepad.com, and read a writeup about it by Des Moines Register’s Kayla Craig, Central Iowa Bloggers meet over breakfast.
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