Impact Hub Seattle
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Monday, July 28, 2014 from 5:30-8pm
Are you a food, beverage or hospitality small business owner? Are you looking for marketing, packaging, legal, financial or sales and distribution advice? Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream can help! Join us for actionable mentorship and real-world coaching from different experts, including Sam Adams employees— on everything from how to sell to a potential retail customer to understanding competitive pricing. Make sure to bring your questions and anything you want feedback on, such as packaging, materials, and ideas. Please note that this event is free with light fare and beverages to be served! Contact Jordan Vance at email@example.com with questions.
withGreen Drinks Seattle
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 from 6-9pm
Entrepreneurs from around the world, including three from Tanzania share their inspirational startup stories about food, energy, lighting, mapping, and community. Plus special guest, Mal Warwick, author of "The Business Solution to Poverty" shares his stories of over two decades building companies serving the bottom billion. And as always, dinner by Project Feast, a Seattle social enterprise supporting refugee women. Not yet-more investor pitches, but rather inspirational stories, to show off the amazing efforts of the "fledglings", and to continue proving that it is possible to do good, while doing good business. $15.00 early bird through April 30th. $20.00 thereafter. The event historically sells out, so buy your tickets today. http://fledge.co/demo-day
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 6pm
Tedward Bowden, a disgruntled Macrohard cloud services employee, has just released a series of memos to The Globalist and Crosscut.com revealing a top-secret Washington state government program designed to spy on private citizens. Intended to keep illegal shipments of marijuana from crossing state borders into Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia, the program, labeled StonerNet, places GPS tracking devices on every vehicle that undergoes emissions tests. Using a statewide vehicle tracking system and lists of heavy marijuana purchasers from state-licensed retail outlets, the documents outline a system in which state law enforcement officials track and spy on moderate to heavy marijuana users. Bowden hacked into Macrohard's cloud to download the secret documents before escaping to the mountains of British Columbia, where he is holed up in a remote cabin, sending encrypted files to the Crosscut/ Globalist editors. The documents include data about the movement and marijuana purchasing habits of Washington state residents. Stakeholders: Washington State Government Macrohard Crosscut.com & Seattle Globalist Canadian Government Coalition to Protect Citizen Privacy Washington Marijuana Growers Association TICKETS $5 - Impact HUB, Crosscut, World Affairs Council, and Seattle Globalist members $10 - General Public The Scenario is co-hosted by Crosscut Public Media, the World Affairs Council, the Impact HUB, and the Seattle Globalist. This event is sponsored by Hilliards.
Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 6-7:30pm
Join author Michael Schein for Bones beneath Our Feet\: Historical Travel to the Early Days of Puget Sound.