upcoming
date location description
April 17, 2014
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Projective Space L.E.S. 72 Allen Street - 3rd Floor Forecast: Future of Sales Technology with Paul Rosen from OnDeck and Jon Steinberg from BuzzFeed

Join Forecast, a club for the sales leaders of the future, as we welcome Paul Rosen, SVP Sales at OnDeck and Jon Steinberg, President and COO at BuzzFeed, to share their experiences growing sales and answer your questions.

You’ll come away with a better understanding of how to scale your sales team and be an effective salesperson. Meet others from the area and help us build a community of tech oriented sales leaders.

After we chat, spend some time networking with the top sales leaders of New York – drinks and appetizers are on us. read more


8:30am - 9am
Bowery Capital Spark! Session w/ Mitch Wainer Co-Founder, CMO, DigitalOcean

Bowery Capital – Bowery Capital Spark! Session w/ Mitch Wainer – DigitalOcean with Mitch Wainer – Co-Founder, CMO, DigitalOcean – With Mitch Wainer
Co-Founder, DigitalOcean
Growth Hacking Strategies To Scale Customer Growth:
Digital marketing blueprint tactics to drive awareness, high quality traffic, and signups

At our monthly Spark! Sessions The NYC Ecosystem Learns From Senior Revenue Leaders About Sales.

Join us on Wednesday, April 30th as we welcome Mitch Wainer. Mitch is a Co-Founder and the Chief Marketing Officer of DigitalOcean where he is responsible for driving revenue and customer growth through integrated marketing tactics. He has over 15 years of experience in digital marketing and developing optimized websites, built and designed for high growth. – @MitchWainer @BoweryCapital #BCSpark read more

event rss
past
date location description
April 3, 2014
7pm
Projective Space L.E.S., 72 Allen Street, 3rd Floor PandoMonthly Presents: A Fireside Chat with Steve Case

“For those who have been in a coma since the Internet’s inception, Case was the founder of AOL and mastermind of one of the most notorious mergers of all time: The $164 billion deal that was AOL TimeWarner. (And we freak out about Whatsapp’s price…) Rather than riding off into the late 1990s sunset, Case reinvented himself post-AOL with an investment arm called Revolution and an active role in Washington DC advocating for causes close to the startup world’s heart. … read more

March 20, 2014
7pm
Projective Space L.E.S., 72 Allen Street, 3rd Floor Inside Startups Club Featuring Aviary, VerbalizeIt & Holstee

On March 20, we’ll join Tobias Peggs of Aviary, Dave Radparvar of Holstee, and Ryan Frankel of VerbalizeIt for short presentations plus Q&A followed by drinks and networking. Each Founder/CEO will share stories, challenges, and tips for anyone in (or interested in) the startup scene. This event is a great way to hang with 150+ like-minded people in the NYC startup community, get an exclusive look inside startups, and discuss job opportunities and much more with featured guests and fellow … read more

March 25, 2013
7pm
Projective Space L.E.S., 72 Allen Street, 3rd Floor PlainLegal Presents: All about Trademarks and Copyrights with Oliver Platz

PlainLegal – All about Trademarks and Copyrights with Oliver Platz – Oliver Platz, an experienced intellectual property lawyer, will share what all entrepreneurs, small businesses, and start-ups should know about trademarks and copyrights. You'll learn how US trademark filings and how to increase the chances of receiving your trademark. Oliver will also provide an introduction to licensing deals. read more

March 6, 2014
7pm
Projective Space L.E.S., 72 Allen Street, 3rd Floor Enthought presents: Implied Volatility with Pandas and Python in Excel

NY Quantitative Python User Group meetup. Hosted by Enthought and NAG. Pizza, drinks, presentation, and demo. “Implied Volatility using Python’s Pandas Library” by Brian Spector of NAG. Brian will discuss a technique and script for calculating implied volatility for option prices in the Black-Sholes formula using Pandas and nag4py. Aaron Watters of Enthought will present an overview of replacing VBA with Python in Excel using the PyXLL package. No more Excel Hell. #Enthought, #NAG