Ready for another big week in LA Tech? Here are five events you should definitely check out.
Built In Brews at ConsumerTrack, June 22 at 6:45 p.m.
It's that time again! Built In LA is proud to present the latest in its Built In Brews event series, hosted in beautiful El Segundo by ConsumerTrack. Get your tickets while they're still available.
Tech And Dating with Amanda Bradford, CEO & Founder of The League & More, June 19 at 6:30 p.m.
The dating scene has quite literally been disrupted by technology, and LA has established itself as an epicenter for dating apps. Stop by General Assembly in Santa Monica tonight for a talk with Amanda Bradford, CEO and founder of The League, an intriguing SF-based dating app that uses data from Facebook and LinkedIn to offer more privacy and context for users. Joining Bradford will be J. Galen Buckwalter, Cheif Science Officer at psyML (formerly CSO at eHarmony) and Jeff Morris Jr., Director of Product Management - Revenue at Tinder.
National Hike with a Geek Day, June 20 all day.
Ask a person in LA what they like to do in their free time, and they're more than likely to say how much they enjoy hiking. Whether they're telling the truth or not, no one can deny the primo hiking trails Southern California has. Celebrate national "Hike With A Geek Day" this week and go enjoy beautiful LA with some fellow techies.
Recruiting Strategies to Help You Reach Your Startup Funding Goals, June 21 at 6 p.m.
Tech companies, traditionally, have a difficult time finding and retaining talent. The problem is, they need the best and brightest folks to hit their benchmarks. Stop by the LA Cleantech Incubator this week for a panel on recruiting in tech, what tech startups can be doing and what how they can reach the right candidates for the job.
Blogologues: the internet onstage, June 24 at 8 p.m.
Blogologues is back this Saturday with an hour-long sketch comedy show bringing to life some amazing Tinder exchanges, Yelp reviews, Craigslist posts and more. According to The Villae Voice, co-creators Allison Goldberg and Jen Jamula are ten of the funniest people in NYC — just don't hold their geographical loyalties against them.