It's PowerToFly's goal to connect women in tech with fast-growing companies. That's why we've partnered with real estate game changer Compass to present a one-night-only evening with their women tech leaders.
The event will take place on Thursday December 6th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at Compass HQ, located at 90 5th Ave, 11th Floor, New York, NY.
Agenda (Subject to Change)
6:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Food & Drinks
6:30pm - Event Kickoff from PowerToFly's CoFounder & President Katharine Zaleski
Founded in 2012, Compass has offices in 80+ cities across the country. While you don't need to be interested in new opportunities to attend the event, Compass is growing quickly and is looking for some amazing women to join their team. Visit their page on PowerToFly to learn more about open roles.
Here's what Fast Company had to say about Compass: "And it's no wonder Compass has shaken things up: As anyone who's ever tried to rent or buy property in New York knows, the experience is loaded with pain points - exactly the type of stuff that turns mere ideas into thriving startups."
About PowerToFly Events: All attendees who RSVP are welcome, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, or age. If you require accommodation to fully participate in this event, please email email@example.com, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.
Unfortunately, PowerToFly and Compass cannot admit outside recruiters to this particular event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this policy.
About Compass: Compass is building the first modern real estate platform, pairing the industry's top talent with technology to make the search and sell experience intelligent and seamless. Compass' mission is to help everyone find their place in the world.
For the boss you loved, the coworker you hated, and everyone in between
Two things are inevitable when someone leaves your team at work: there will be an abundance of sweet treats (I'm partial to those giant cookie cakes from the mall) and there will be a card passed around for everyone to scrawl the professional version of sweet nothings in. Depending on the "importance" of the person, you may get the bonus activities of farewell gifts and/or an all-team champagne toast.
If you are a New York based tech professional and you'd like to attend this event, please email your name and LinkedIn URL to email@example.com.
Whether you are a software engineer, fitness enthusiast or both, you won't want to miss PowerToFly's evening of product demos and networking with the women tech leaders and allies at Peloton.
Founded in 2012, Peloton brought top talent together in its Silicon Alley headquarters to create a new concept in fitness. In their words, "We loved cycling but had a hard time finding a workout that consistently fit our schedules, and our at-home workouts never felt quite up to par. So, we set out to create a world-class indoor cycling studio experience on your time, and in the comfort of your own home."
This event is your chance to hear directly from the women tech leaders and allies who make their revolutionary products like the Peloton Bike, Peloton Tread and Peloton App possible. We'll be devoting a large portion of the event to taking your questions and I know the Peloton team wants to hear from you!
The unique evening will take place on Wednesday, February 12th from 6pm to 8:30pm at 125 W 25th Street.
There's a lot more to building an inclusive company than just hiring more people from diverse backgrounds. So, how can you build an inclusive culture that will help you attract and retain a diverse group of employees?
A few months ago, Lily Zintak found herself at a crossroads.
She'd been working as a Sales Development Representative in construction management software company Procore Technologies' Austin, Texas office for the better part of 18 months. She'd watched the office grow from less than 200 people to more than 400—and even cut the ribbon when they opened a new floor of offices. She'd made 50-plus sales calls a day, honed an approach to prospecting and connecting with clients that worked for her, and found success. It was at this point in her career, where she had to make a tough decision.