NYCwireless is participating in this year’s NY Technical Holiday Party on 12/21, organized by bootup.io.
The holidays are here and our 4th NY Technical Holiday Party is occurring December 21 at 6:30pm.
Location: Suspenders, 111 Broadway. Business casual attire is required.
Our mission: bring together all aspects of technology and the business of technology in one social event.
As with previous years, we’ll have hundreds of NY’s technology finest in attendance, representing all technologies and the business of tech.
All are invited–from CTO to junior developer, IT manager to investor.
NYCwireless is joining forces with a number of other prominent technology organizations in NYC to help host the 2009 Technical Community Holiday Party.
Be sure to RSVP!
More than a palindromic number, 12/21 is an evening for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and special guests at the professional networking event for New York technology.
Our mission is to bring together all aspects of technology and the business of technology in one event.
Come rub elbows and connect with colleagues from every segment of NY tech, as we unite the technical and business communities that we’re all a part of.
All are invited – CTO/CIO, junior admin, engineer, developer, entrepreneur, manager, author, speaker, media, and business professional.
This, our third groundbreaking event, is co-hosted by Bootup and Girls in Tech (see our 2007 and 2004 events).
Space is limited and we may have to close RSVPs early.
Date: December 21st, 2009 at 7:00PM
Location: Forum, 127 Fourth Avenue
Business casual attire is required.
NYCwireless is joining a bunch of other NYC-based Technology organizations in supporting the 2007 NYC Technology Sector Holiday Social. Keep the evening of Thursday, December 13th, 2007 open for FREE drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Details and RSVP: http://www.orgcom.info/Holiday
Everyone is invited-open source or closed- CTO or junior admin-personal business or Fortune 500. Our mission is to host a well rounded networking and social event, bringing together the
various technology sectors and companies in one professional networking event.
This is our second event, and this year, we have renamed the organizing entity to OrgCom, to emphasize the bridge-building amongst the most influential technical communities, andbetween the forward-looking firms in New York. And we’re working hard to develop OrgCom into an ongoing social community and resource for technology professionals, both in the virtual and real worlds.
With support from key groups, sponsors and interest from the City of New York, this year’s event will be even better — and better still with your help.
Questions? Contact Us