Then you’re in luck thanks to the High Tech Facility Group at CBRE. The next industry social is on Friday.
We hope you’re joining us tonight for our SaaS-focused #vtjtalks event. But, if you’re not, good news: the next one is right around the corner. On September 29, you’ll hear from The New York Times’ tech reporter Tripp Mickle. Grab your ticket today. But first, drinks:
This month’s Tech Industry Social is Friday, September 23.
Join the Vancouver Tech Journal team and a growing collection of Vancouver tech industry founders and leaders for casual networking.
Your first drink is compliments of CBRE and its High Technology Facilities Group, the experts in tech office space for Vancouver’s start-up community. Get to know them through their website and on LinkedIn.
No registration is necessary. Just show up at Yaletown Brewing Co. on Friday at 4:30 p.m.
Tripp Mickle is the author of After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul, which tells the inside story of the unspoken power struggle between Tim Cook and head designer Jony Ive after the death of Steve Jobs.
As part of our #vtjtalks event series, Tripp will join us at entrepreneurship@UBC Robson Square to discuss what entrepreneurs can learn from Apple's rise to becoming the most valuable company in the world, and how founders can harness the power of storytelling to grow their business.
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entrepreneurship@UBC Immersion Week (EIW) will bring together storytellers and movement-builders from across our ecosystem in person and online, to share their insights on the strategies and tactics that helped them transform their ideas into impact.
Hear from innovators about bringing radical ideas to scale; learn from founders, funders, industry, and academic leaders on reframing the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and innovation; and meet the next generation of trailblazers at UBC through thought-provoking panels and an Impact Showcase.
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VEF is partnering with entrepreneurship@UBC Immersion Week for its September event: a great opportunity to reconnect with peers, make new connections, and derive inspiration and tactical insights from some amazing entrepreneurs, innovators, and change-makers.
Explore what you need to know if you are raising early-stage capital in today’s world. In this session, panelists will discuss the frameworks they use to evaluate young, impact-led startups:
Our friends at SAAS NORTH are reconnecting the SaaS ecosystem this November 16-17 in Ottawa. Since 2016, SAAS NORTH has been recognized as the hub for rapidly-scaling SaaS companies. This year’s iteration of Canada’s largest in-person convergence of SaaS execs, investors, founders, and entrepreneurs is on the horizon.
Use the code VTJ20 to get 20 percent off the already-discounted Early Bird Pricing (ends on October 5th).
Other upcoming events include Vancouver Tech Morning Coffee (September 27), Get in the Loop: Circular Reverse Pitch 2.0 (September 29), and many more.
See you there?