JFE NYC Startup Mixer
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We're thrilled to be back and see everyone in New York!
At our first mixer in January 2013, nearly 100 of you joined us for an amazing event. Many of you inquired about our next visit, and we decided to make it happen in February.
Please join us for this one of a kind opportunity to connect with New York's top startup founders, developers, and business professionals.
Our startup mixers are known for top quality people, best atmosphere, and for meaningful professional relationships.
We'll be making a short presentation about our new JFE Accelerator Program. You can read more about JFE Accelerator and apply at http://jfenetwork.com/jfe-accelerator-program/
We are the necessary tool that is needed to transform, identify, and establish successful startups. We help Jewish entrepreneurs generate and implement ideas, and assist them with funding.
$10 early bird
$15 general admission
$20 at the door (cash)
February 20, 7-9:30pm
The Empire Room
Empire State Building
350 5th Ave
Our mission is to promote entrepreneurship and strengthen professional ties in the Jewish community.
We launched in San Francisco in November 2009. Over the years, we hosted many startup pitch events, seminar programs for startups, networking mixers, and speaker sessions. Our programs involved the participation of many prominent Silicon Valley investors and entrepreneurs ( you can read about them on our websitewww.jfenetwork.com). Many startup participants were funded and countless introductions and close professional ties were forged.
New York is a leading and vibrant hub of innovation and talent. We want to be the platform that will facilitate and accelerate entrepreneurship and professional opportunities for NY's Jewish community.
We look forward to see you all soon!
Jenny and Michal
JFE Network Team
When & Where
JFE Network is the leading and largest organization and platform for connecting entrepreneurs and investors in the Jewish community of San Francisco and Silicon Valley.