Happy Friday all,
Nineteen new members since last Friday! See below.
Also, our #TMUdrinks and Demo evening is next week!
We have seven startups set to present:
We are sold out of tickets on Meetup, but there are a few left on Eventbrite, if you are still thinking at attending.
ISSUE 17 JAN 2014
New Members Welcome
Deepak Raj Devjani: Business, Product and Market Developer
Steve: Single Throw Internet Marketing
Andreas Hunziker: Product management, project management, startups, business engineering
Charlotte Van T Wout: journalist
Yoon: UX researcher
Richard bernard: Consultant
Charlie osmond: Product, startups, brand
Shane: Tech strategy and app/tech product strategy
AXEL ROSE: corporate strategy etc
Ellen Manuszak: Marketing and PR
Rob: Design, development
Lara Jordan: Magency Digital
Sadish Ravi: Developer
J.H. Kim: ex CEO of XCE
David Coleman: Co-Founder SoundStreak.com
Ryan Morrison: Tech attorney
Nishan: JP Morgan
23 Jan 2014: TechMeetups Drinks & Demo Night! New York Jan 2014 #TMUdrinks [ RSVP HERE ]
24 Apr 2014: TechMeetups presents #TechStartupJobs Fair New York 2014 [ RSVP HERE ]
IN THE NEWS
Techmeetups had a busy year in 29 communities, 19 countries & 4 continents.
Growing with 12,469 Members all over that consists of 3740 Developers, 4978 Startups, 2493 Medium/Small Business, 748 Enterprises and 498 others.
Has a great bunch of analysis reports. Although they charge for it there are 3 main ones which are free and useful – Twitter profile Overview, Facebook Page Overview, Tweet Link Summary & Specific Link Statistics.
Awesome PHP Developer @ Huddlebuy
With so many opportunities and great startups out there, here’s why you should consider Huddlebuy.
Medium weight digital designer @ Qubit
We’re looking for someone to lead Qubit’s design team and take our digital presence to the next level.
READING & VIEWING
Cambridge’s leading tech startups – The Guardian
Ideas to be brought to life
If you have an idea please submit at TechIdeaHub
FUND A PROJECT
Mobile football app that aims to make football more of a democracy then a dictatorship by finally letting a football fan’s voice be heard and amplified on their football club’s team selection, performance and tactics.