Each week we bring you a handy guide to just a few of the events we think should not be missed. On any given night, there are too many events. You can’t attend all of them and neither should you, unless you’re a career socialite. For the week of April 8-12, let us help you navigate the scene:
The British Tech Invasion7:00-10:00PM
Greenhouse: 150 Varick Street
“VentureOutNY is flying over a delegation of tech companies that includes graduates of premier accelerator programs, winners of many prestigious awards, and even one team that won a chance to pitch Richard Branson in his living room!” Venture out for a night of demos and networking with an impressive group of entrepreneurs interested in crossing the pond.
State of Fashion Tech: Keynote by Third Wave Fashion Founder Liza Kindred6:30-9:30PM
LIM College: 12 East 53rd Street
Founder of Third Wave Fashion, Liza Kindred summarizes findings from a year and a half of research on the 600+ fashion tech companies that will be part of a database launching April 9th. She’ll cover types of companies, trends shaping the way we do business, emerging technologies, tips for success in your endeavors, and the tools and companies that make it possible.
Intellectual Property 101 Workshop 7:00-9:00PM
New Work City: 412 Broadway
The Application Developers Alliance talks copyrights, patents and trademarks so you can learn about the differences in intellectual property and how to best protect and monetize yours.
LeanUX NYC 3 Day Conference11:00AM April 11-8:00PM April 13th
NYU: 44 West 4th Street
TLC Labs and the Lean Startup Machine partner with the NYU Stern’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Cyrus Innovation to bring you a three-day conference on the benefits of using Lean UX in your company. This event will include lectures, hands-on workshops and a bevy of interesting speakers.
NYU Startup Week: Investing in NYC6:00-8:00PM
NYU Law: 40 Washington Square
Eric Hippeau of Lerer Ventures, Marc Michel of Metamorphic Ventures and Roger Ehrenberg of IA Ventures discuss what makes NYC an interesting place to invest.
For more, please visit AlleyWatch’s full calendar of startup and tech events in New York.