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Things to do on the startup scene

Monday, Oct. 30

Code For Miami — This week, CfM hosts a group of public policy graduate students from Princeton conducting research on the use of smart technology to improve equity and access in public transportation. Details here.

Wednesday, Nov. 1

unbound — The global unbound conference is coming to Miami. Dozens of speakers are scheduled to present at the two-day event, which will also feature a pitch contest and numerous networking events. Details here.

CIC/The New Tropic unbound Happy Hour — Join CIC clients and Unbound conference attendees for a socializing happy hour at CIC Miami. The New Tropic will be slinging cocktails and spinning records in its “secret speak easy” conference room.

unbound Global Kickoff Happy Hour @ The LAB — Join The LAB for an evening of networking, fun, and relaxation with the festival’s attendees. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. this is your chance to build business relationships in a casual and informal setting with drinks and snacks provided by La Latina.

StartUP FIU WEST KENDALL Launch Party — Join the StartUP FIU team in celebrating the launch of their new tech hub StartUP FIU WEST KENDALL, a community space devoted to the learning, developing, and testing of emerging technologies. Details here.

Thursday, Nov. 2

Venture Cafe Miami | CIC Miami — This week, LaunchCode hosts its CodeCamp and pitch night.

— Civic Pro x CUTGroup Design Feedback | CUTGroup Miami. Details here.

— Genius Project: Value Proposition I Genius Factory. Details here.

— A Holistic Approach to a Smart City | Art of Miami. Details here.

— Babson Entrepreneurship Forum | Babson College. Details here.

— Fundraising Roadmap | 10xU. Details here.

— LaunchCode CodeCamp Graduation & Pitch Night | LaunchCode. Details here.

— Let’s Talk Health: Perspective on Patient Experience | CIC Miami. Details here.

— Machine Learning for Signal Processing | Miami Machine Learning Meetup. Details here.

— Better Together: Social Enterprise Hub | Global Shapers Miami. Details here.

— Reproductive Justice, Stigma, and Our Communities | The Florida Latina Advocacy Network. Details here.

Saturday, Nov. 4

Facebook Hack Day | Wyncode — Facebook’s Hack Day is coming to Miami, bringing $165,000 in prizes. Using Facebook technologies, developers will design solutions that improve the coding skills of other developers, make them more productive coders, and foster community. Details here.

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017

How To Attract Customers | 10xU — Join a panel of Miami entrepreneurs at WeWork-Brickell City Center for an interactive discussion where you will learn how they attracted customers to their respective companies. The panel includes:

Maxeme Tuchman of Caribu

Chris Adamo of WhereBy.Us

Juan Bermudez of Coach HQ

Matt Boney of Daycation

Moderated by Mike Lingle, Managing Partner of 10xU and serial entrepreneur. Details here.

Thursday, Nov. 9

WIN Lab Miami Demo Night — Join WIN Lab Miami at their Annual Demo Night to see their WINners showcase their companies to Miami’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. The night will begin with a full showcase of WIN Lab businesses followed by a competition where four pre-selected WINners will pitch their products to a panel of esteemed judges. One winner will be awarded a grand prize! Those not in the final five still have a chance to win a prize if voted the “fan favorite” by event attendees casting votes during the showcase. Details here.

By Rob Wile
Rob Wile, the curator for Startup.Miami, is a writer and entrepreneur living in Miami Beach. He’s a former staff writer for Fusion and Business Insider. His work has also appeared in Slate, Newsweek, Money Magazine and The New Tropic. He writes a newsletter on tech, business, and the South Florida economy called The Heatwave.

  • Steven Reginald Barkley

    I love to meet and pick the brain of Rob Wile. Maybe I’ll follow him on twitter….