Tech Talks + Networking with Fast-Growing San Francisco Startups
PowerToFly has partnered with some fast-growing San Francisco-based startups to present an evening of tech talks and networking for skilled professional women in tech. Come and enjoy a glass of wine with these impressive women tech leaders!
This intimate, invite-only event will be held on Tuesday, May 21st from 6pm to 8:30pm at Monroe and will feature tech talks, product demos, an audience Q&A, and plenty of time to network with your peers over food and drinks. Be sure to RSVP today - space is limited!
Featured startups will include:
Good Money is a banking platform owned by people in service of the planet. Of the profits Good Money makes, 50% is funneled toward the planet through impact investments and charitable donations. Good Money provides best-in-class mobile banking and empowers citizens to be part of a more equitable and transparent world. Banks are owned by bankers but Good Money is owned by you.
OneLogin is the leader in Unified Access Management, connecting people with technology through a simple and secure login. OneLogin serves businesses and partners across a multitude of industries, with over 2,500 customers worldwide and over 1 million users.
One Medical is a membership-based practice focused on making quality care more accessible and enjoyable for all. No more waiting forever in stuffy waiting rooms, being rushed through appointments, or getting lost in the healthcare maze. One Medical is the fastest-growing primary care system in the country with over 70 locations nationwide in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Washington, DC.
Agenda (Subject to Change):
6:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Food & Drinks
6:30pm - Event Kickoff from PowerToFly
6:35pm - Tech Talks + Audience Q&A featuring women tech leaders from Good Money, OneLogin and One Medical
7:25pm - Networking continues over Food & Drinks
The night will include complimentary wine, non-alcoholic beverages, food, fun swag, and a Lyft code to help you get home after the event.
About our 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 assistance to fully participate in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.
Unfortunately, PowerToFly and its Partners cannot admit outside recruiters to this particular event. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions about this policy.
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