NetMore Social Launch Event
Thursday, January 23, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Tired of leaving work to sit-in on tireless hours of powerpoint presentations and the “look at how cool my technology is” based lectures? Well, so are we! Thus, our innovative approach to the cumbersome structure of business networking events has been born.
Join NetMore Social as we celebrate the launch of our very first event! Come meet, drink, schmooze, and NetMore with the brightest artists and digital technology tastemakers in Baltimore.
Aaron Altscher, CEO at Handteq - He has appeared on NBC's The Apprentice with Donald Trump and CNBC's The Big Idea with Donnie Deustch. He has played key leadership and innovation roles in many emerging technology projects, such as Bullhorn Mobile, RateMyTeachers.com, MyChristianT.com, EvilChili.com, and Ourspace.com (acquired by MySpace.com). Aaron currently is focused on the growth of Handteq, a cutting edge mobile property management system.
Terry & Belinda Kilby, Co-Founders of Elevated Element - The Aerial Photography project of husband and wife team Terry & Belinda Kilby. Using the latest in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV’s) technology, they are able to put cameras in places that have not been possible till now. The couple has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning, NPR & PBS.
Cad Harvey – Extracting from her experience in engineering, Cad manually creates original technical artwork intertwined with unique fashion designs. The goal of Harvey's brand is to promote “chasing the dream and not the dollar.”
Kim Ly, Photographer - Kim's definition of Art is rooted in her passion for empowering others through her visions and concepts and motivating them to have a sensual attraction to what is produced.
Music Performances By:
Flaco Escobar, Artist - An indie artist born in southern California, raised in Baltimore and influenced by the Wu and early 90's hip-hop. His verses imparts skillfully constructed patterns and invokes images that spark connection and emotion through masterful word play. He is a self proclaimed rhymesayer, carrying the torch for the souls x clans that founded the music he loves and that has shaped his mentality and approach.
Greasy Hands, a kick-ass local band noted for its "rock and soul" sound, will be lighting up our stage for the night. The band has performed at Loyola University's battle of the bands, Artscape and at premiere venues such as the 8x10. Get an early listen HERE along with their new single "Texarkana" and follow them on Facebook.
Hope to see you there!
Join the Meetup Group Here!
-- Attendees may enjoy exclusive drink specials --
$2 Coors Light Daft
$2.50 16oz Natty Boh Cans
$4.50 Rail Drinks
$2.25 Natty Boh Drafts
The event is open to the public, but patrons must be 21 or over to attend.