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General Assembly Intro to LA Startup Community
Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)
Santa Monica, CA
FREE Introduction to the Los Angeles Startup Community
Avesta Rasouli, Founder, Coloft
Saturday, February 9th from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Complimentary beer and wine served for networking.
This free class is an orientation to help newcomers to the startup scene get acquainted with the exciting world of tech in Los Angeles. We will canvas key events/meetups to attend, people, companies, VCs, blogs, hot issues, and more. Learn the role of key players such as Los Angeles UX & UI Meetups, Startup Weekend, Creative Mornings, Maker Studios, Machinima, Nation Builder, Factual, Riot Games as well as Coloft and the Coworking Space / Accelerator / Incubator ecosystem. After class you are welcome to network with a number of prominent folks in the ecosystem.
Avesta Rasouli is the founder of Coloft - a community, academy, and workspace for tech startups, and a pillar of the LA startup ecosystem. At Coloft, Avesta continues to advise early stage internet startups, helping them with monetization, product development, strategy, and fundraising.
Learn more about General Assembly Here.
This class is hosted and produced by General Assembly. AngelLaunch is pleased to endorse this event as a promotional partner.
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General Assembly is a global network for entrepreneurs seeking opportunity and education in technology, business and design with campuses located in New York City, London, Berlin, San Francisco, Sydney, Boston and now...Los Angeles!
We offer education in a myriad of ways -- from 90-minute classes like New Startup Business Models and half-day workshops on the tactics of fundraising to 10-week courses in front-end web development and user experience design. Why do we do what we do? By providing designers, developers, entrepreneurs and complete beginners with the skills necessary to compete in a technology-driven workplace, GA is closing the gap between the unemployed and the thousands of open jobs and working to solve a generation-defining problem.