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 22-26, here are our suggestions for navigating the scene:
Behind the Pitch6:00-9:00PM
28 West 23rd Street
“Behind the Pitch is a market-focused event for startups, providing quarterly data on fund raising and financing of early-stage ventures, as well as the status of VC/Angel funding and quarterly funding trends by region and sector. Behind the Pitch is an opportunity to hear from founders who have successfully raised funding for their ventures and to gain insights from our Pitch Pit of investors (VCs, angels, brands and institutions).”
Digital Media MBA’s April ’13 Happy Hour6:30-10:00PM
Bowery Electric: 327 Bowery
Digital Media MBA, “A networking and socializing group for MBAs working in (or interested in) digital media and technology”, hosts a happy hour with special guest Joe Guzik, SVP North America for Red Bull Records, responsible for Promotions and Integrated Marketing. “Joe will be able to give you a real fresh look into how Red Bull uses digital media so effectively to build up its music artists and elevate its brand.”
NY Tech Day 2013 the World’s Largest Startup Event!10AM-5:30PM
Pier 92: 711 12th Ave
Free to attend! $485 to exhibit
“NY Tech Day is a massive science fair for entrepreneurs to exhibit their startups to thousands of consumers, investors, first adopters, job-seekers, major companies, press and media.”
April 2013 NY Techno Dance Party, The Launch8:00-11:00PM
The Westway: 75 Clarkson Street
What better way to celebrate tech in NYC than by dancing the night away to techno with a troupe of burlesque dancers. $5 of each ticket will be given to a non-profit selected during the party. “Get your tickets and let’s get weird!!!” Please do, and please send us photos!
NY Video April 2013 Meetup6:30-8:30PM
Columbia University: William and June Warren Hall
The NY Video Meetup, “the world’s largest organization of online video entrepreneurs,” hosts a panel this month that includes: Robert Green, Senior VP, Creative of Conde Nast Entertainment; Pablo Schklowsky, Tech Lead at LongTail Video; Toby Hervey, Director, Strategy and Business Development at #waywire; Amie Sepaniak, VP Sales and Business Development at Gander.tv, and Cesar Kuriyama, App Creator at 1 Second Everyday App. There will be time for networking before and after the presentations.
For more, please visit the full calendar of startup and tech events in New York.