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NYTM May Announcements

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  2. 2. = Sustainability, Green and Cleantech: Clearing The Hurdles To Value Creation MAY 13, 2009 NEW YORK CITY WESTIN TIMES SQ. 8:00AM – 3:45PM Special Pricing for NYTM Members $65 RSVP: kimr@execcouncil.org CO-HOSTED BY: SPONSORS:
  3. 3. A user-driven, collaborative “un-conference” about Product Management & Marketing When: Saturday, July 18, 2009 A non-profit event Where: St. Johns University - 101 Murray Street, New York, NY * Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm HOSTED by THE NEW YORK Free PRODUCT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Cost: (plus attendees get lunch and a cool event T-shirt!) We’re pleased to introduce you to the first ever ProductCamp NYC! ProductCamp is a collaborative, user organized professional conference, modeled after the very popular and more “down-to-earth” “un-conferences” known as “BarCamp.” PCamp Silicon Valley 2009 Planning & discussing PCamp SV 2009 “Voting” on the topics to be heard This event is designed be a fun, rewarding and completely unique experience. Unlike typical conferences, this is more of a forum where the participants interact with the speakers and debate is encouraged. ProductCamp is a great opportunity for participants to learn from, teach to, debate, discuss, laugh, and network with professionals involved in the Product Management, Marketing, and Product Development communities in New York. There’s NO CHARGE to attend! Just sign up (or get more info) on the WIKI here: http://barcamp.org/ProductCampNYC For more information, please contact one of our Volunteer Organizers – Debra Albert - dalbert@sequentlearning.com, or 212-647-9100. * There’s a small chance the venue will change so check back on this site closer to the date of the event.
  4. 4. Location: With their altruistic goals and motivated member bases, non-profit organizations stand to benefit The Center, greatly from the use of social media tools. Join us for a lively discussion surrounding non-profits and 208 West 13th Street, social media, with coverage of: New York, NY 10011 RSVP via Eventbrite • Challenges that non-profits face in the social media space nysmrt.eventbrite.com • Best practices from non-profits who’ve had success • The future of social media and non-profits Panelists: • Questions from the audience Matthew Knell, After the panel, stick around for refreshments and some real-life social networking. Co-founder SM4SC Allison Palmer, Web Manager, The Center Rachel Sklar, Follow us on Twitter @nysmrt Founder, Charitini Soraya Darabi, Manager of Digital Partnership & Buzz Questions? Comments? E-mail us at info@nysocialmediaroundtable.com Marketing for The New York Times; To submit a question for the panel, visit nysocialmediaroundtable.com Communications Board Founder for Goods4Good.org Powered by www.flightpath.com © 2009 Flightpath Inc. All Rights Reserved
  5. 5. Venture Capital Bootcamp Thursday June 4th Thursday, June 4 6‐10PM Columbia University Columbia University RSVP: Bit.ly/VCBootcamp
  6. 6. Clean Tech Open CTO is a leading competition and accelerator program • for clean tech startups • Northeast program sponsored by WSGR Participation in California program • Benefits include: • – Mentoring, workshops and networking – Regional finalists receive $100,000 in cash/services Eligibility - no more than $500,000 in funding • • Entry fee and deadline – Deadline is May 30th – $200 until May 25th ($300 after); student discount of 40% • More information at www.CleanTechOpen.com Copyright © 2009 California Clean Tech Open. All rights reserved. Under the fiscal and administrative sponsorship of Acterra: Action for a Sustainable Earth, a California 501(c)3 non-profit public benefit corporation. www.cleantechopen.com Page 0