Seth Godin live in NYC

submitted by Jessica Quinn

From Seth Godin: The revolution is here, and yet many are missing it.
Embrace the possibility of connection, of standing up and standing out. Embrace the opportunity to build something significant, something that matters.
This is my last day-long seminar of the year, and the first one I've done in the US in a long time. I'm not sure why I waited so long, but I'm thrilled to announce this master class and tribal get together. Not sure when there will be another...



AWS + Intel Hardware Hackathon - NYC Edition

submitted by Cynthia De Jesus, Amazon and Intel have partnered to lead a new IoT event series focused on bettering our planet. The company will be giving away 400 hardware kits, technical workshops, prizes and great food to participants.
Come join us at the AWS + Intel Hardware Hackathon - NYC Edition.


Agile Youth Challenge

submitted by Andrew Abate

Hi everyone,
Riverdale Country School will host Agile Youth Challenge on Sunday, December 11. The Agile Youth Challenge is a hackathon for students in grades 6-12, at any NYC school (public, charter, independent, parochial), with any level of programming experience. AYC connects students to industry experts, developers, and designers from all over New York City. We are looking for consultants and sponsors to work with our students and help make our event great! For more info visit,


brunchwork w/ Techstars (IoT, FinTech) & FoundersGuild

submitted by Paulina

Join us for an unforgettable farm-to-table brunch and mimosas with Techstars MD Jenny Fielding & FoundersGuild Founding Partner Josef Feldman! Your brunch will feature:

* Inspirational fireside chat with Jenny & Josef in an intimate setting

* Dynamic Audience Challenge

* Curated connections with other young people hungry for the next opportunity (we will introduce you to the people you want to meet)

* Seasonal, organic, farm-to-table brunch



NYC TechBreakfast featuring awesome tech demos

submitted by Kathleen Walch

Interact with your peers in a monthly morning breakfast meetup. At this monthly breakfast get-together techies, developers, designers, and entrepreneurs share learn from their peers through show and tell show-case style presentations. And yes, this is free! Thank our sponsors when you see them. This edition at Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) NYC features demos from 4 awesome tech companies Find out more and RSVP at


End of Year Accounting: Closing the books on 2016

submitted by Nate Cooper

Set your business up for prosperity in 2017 by Closing the Books – the right way with Gina Noy. You’ll learn:

Where are you in your bookkeeping process?
Bookkeeping in accounting software vs excel
Cash receipts, deductible expenses.
Contractors, when to provide 1099Misc.

Looking forward, using your books to analyze your company performance.




submitted by Miranda Bellizia

BUILD: NYC has our first student event coming up, the Idea Pitch, and we’re looking for one-off volunteers to be judges. At these sessions, students work in pairs to present business ideas to a panel of judges, who vote on 4-6 ideas. The winning ideas move forward to become the actual businesses our students will launch.


Jam Sessions #0011 - Sustain

submitted by Ryan Hefner

Jam Sessions is a monthly event where people get together, share what they’re working on, and can get answers or feedback on what they’re doing.

Event Details
Monday, December 12th
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Projective Space
72 Allen St., 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10002

Join and RSVP at:


Weill Cornell Medicine Pitch Day for Fall 2016 Entrepreneurship Program for Healthcare Inventors.

submitted by connor dowling

Come meet world-class scientists, clinicians, investors and aspiring entrepreneurs! The Bench to Bedside Initiative (BBI) is hosting our Finalist Pitch Day! Business plan teams will pitch patented biomedical technologies from the Cornell University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center or Rockefeller University licensing offices.


Startup Grind NYC Hosts Shan Sinha, CEO & Co-Founder of Highfive

submitted by John Matson

If you are interested in productivity tools, systems thinking, and serial entrepreneurship, you should come to Startup Grind NYC with Shan Sinha, the CEO and Co-Founder of Highfive. Highfive is a platform that makes your meetings awesome with insanely simple video conferencing and is Shan’s fourth company, after being a product lead at both Google and Microsoft. Come meet fellow entrepreneurs, including Shan, at DigitalOcean for a fireside chat, some free food, beverage, and good conversation.


Design Driven #22 (A FirstMark Event):, Buzzfeed & More!

submitted by Dan Kozikowski

Design Driven NYC is a community that lives at the intersection of design, user experience, and technology. Doors open at 5:45pm for pre-event networking. Talks kick off at around 6:10pm and continue until about 8:00pm, followed by a post-event reception for networking and meeting new friends.



Coding For Beginners: Learn to Code Using Python

submitted by Nate Cooper

*First five signups get $50 off!*
Use code: firstfive at checkout Sign Up

This is a two-day intensive workshop, from 6-9pm December 14th and 15th.

How long have you wanted to learn how to read and write your own code? The Coding For Beginners workshop can teach anyone with determination and an open mind all the basics needed to write code.


IGDA NYC Feedback Forum

submitted by Lorri Hopping

Got a piece of gameplay, art, music, or any other work that you'd like some input on? Come join your fellow developers to share feedback and see lots of great emerging games. If you'd like to display something you've made, please fill out the form at the link, and email [email protected] with any questions.


NYCDA Graduate Showcase

submitted by Amanda Zamurs

Looking for new tech talent to grow your company?

The New York Code + Design Academy’s Graduate Showcase brings together startups and corporate employers in every industry to meet with emerging tech talent.


New York: Startup Institute Fall Talent Expo

submitted by Tylzia Moore

Come hear our Fall 2016 graduates pitch their skills, ambition, and hustle on December 15th, 2016 at Digital Ocean in Soho .

Together with our network of founders, investors, and industry experts you’ll have the opportunity to watch each student give a 60-second pitch about what they can uniquely contribute to your team, what they’ve accomplished during the 8-week program, and what they have to offer the larger innovation community in New York.


Startup Institute Fall 2016 Talent Expo

submitted by Tylzia Moore

Come hear our Fall 2016 graduates pitch their skills, ambition, and hustle on December 15th, 2016 from 6-9:30pm at Digital Ocean in Soho.
Together with our network of founders, investors, and industry experts you’ll have the opportunity to watch each student give a 60-second pitch about what they can uniquely contribute to your team, what they’ve accomplished during the 8-week program, and what they have to offer the larger innovation community in New York.


AlleyBoost: WinterBoost Newsletter

submitted by Jason Malki

What do all VCs want? What do you want? Same answer: Traction.
To that end, we are creating the Online Event: “WinterBoost 2016”

On December 15th AlleyBoost, EENYC, and other partners will simultaneously send a Dedicated Newsletter to >50,000 recipients (22,000 AlleyBoosters + the email lists of 5 partners!) in Metro NYC to promote YOUR startup.

The goal - YOU help your fellow AlleyBoost companies make it happen! Offer your fellow AlleyBoosters a deal.


Discover Urban Tech with Microsoft

submitted by dawn barber

Microsoft's NY Technology & Civic Engagement team will share how they work collaboratively to improve city life and nurture vibrant businesses that fuel 21st century jobs and address the most pressing city challenges through a variety of urban tech initiatives at the 12/15 CUNY Tech Meetup. Come see their new NYC Reactor at the Hub @ Grand Central Tech & hear from Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Katherine Oliver from Bloomberg Foundation, David Belt, cofounder of New Lab & many others


IGDA NYC Coffee and Ice Cream Social

submitted by Lorri Hopping

Held every third Monday, our game dev socials are alcohol-free, family-friendly, and open to all ages.
We'll be at Ample Hills Creamery in Gowanus, Brooklyn, with an upstairs roof deck and a great menu of whimsical, handcrafted flavors, including dairy-free vegan options. (IGDA NYC is the New York chapter of the Independent Game Developers Assoc.)



WordPress two-day Bootcamp

submitted by Tara

In this two-day intensive bootcamp, learn everything you’ll need to know about Wordpress. This class is limited to a small group to ensure you can get focused attention and taught in a warm, welcoming, question-friendly environment. What can WordPress do? What can’t it do? Is it right for your project? We’ll build a simple WordPress site; learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and PHP; and learn how to customize your WordPress site with plugins and themes.



PostgreSQL Database Bootcamp

submitted by Tara

Come to our hands-on, intensive, two day workshop and learn in a small group setting where you will get personal attention from an instructor who will answer every question you have about database development and administration, and help you every step of the way. You will leave this workshop with all the basic technical tools and knowledge you need to design, develop, and administer a database! There are tons of online classes out there that teach you how to code… but how many are teaching you


December New York Video Meetup - Holiday Party Edition!

submitted by Sarah Mele

The New York Video Meetup hosts its monthly event at HBO HQ with some exciting guests. Join our group of video professionals and see demos for companies doing exciting things in video. We've had demos in live video, interactive video, management and distribution, social, VR, ad tech, production, content creation and more. We'd love to have you!



How To Build WebVR

submitted by Miriam Garcia

This primer workshop will feature an overview of the A-Frame open source project, A-Frame, rapid prototyping VR in the browser, and other tools and resources as well as live tutorials, demonstrations and prototype applications.


Fireside Chat w/ Danny Mizrahi - CEO of Contango IT

submitted by Deepak Lalwani

Please join us for a Fireside Chat with Danny Mizrahi, Founder and CEO of Contango IT, on Thursday, January 19th from 6 - 8pm.

Danny Mizrahi is the Founder and CEO of Contango IT. Contango IT was created to leverage Cloud technologies to help businesses lower costs, while increasing productivity, reliability, and availability of their data.



Startup Roadtrip NYC>TOR: Demo & Compete for $75K at ResolveTO

submitted by Brian Antolin

Join enterprise startups from across North America for a can't miss networking & marketing experience with Startup Roadtrip NYC>TOR! Our 4-day networking experience brings enterprise startups from NYC to Toronto by bus to attend & demo at ResolveTO, presented by Startupfest; Canada’s largest startup event! Compete for over $75K ($100 CAD) in investment prizes, demo your product to over 100 VC's & angels and 1000 attendees and meet potential partners and customers at a curated speed dating session with corporations such as RBC, Rogers and Intuit.

The best part? Save over $1000 in registration & travel fees when you join our roadtrip. Limited spots available!



Immersive Design Sprint Workshop - New York

submitted by Dana Vetan

Join New Haircut for an innovative workshop on mastering Design Sprints.
You'll learn the tools & techniques of the same proven, structured framework that Google Ventures has used to design, prototype and validate solutions for Uber, Slack, Blue Bottle Coffee and more.
The workshop is fast-paced, hands-on, timeboxed, and immersive. By the end of the workshop, you'll have the right knowledge and process to drive hi-impact innovation inside your organization.





submitted by Saron Yitbarek

Two days of demos, talks, and workshops exploring the incredible world of code. We've created a unique conference experience designed for new coders and people learning to code. Come out for great food, a supportive community, and inspiring content, produced by CodeNewbie.

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