Entrepreneurs are holding the biggest event on our events calendar this week. Join the city’s diverse range of entrepreneurs Thursday night -including more than 40 that have signed up to talk or show off their products – for an evening of thought-provoking business innovation with the Philly Startup Leaders at their Entrepreneur Expo. You’re guaranteed to set that brainstorming into overdrive, and who knows, you might meet the investor that will change your life.
The rest of the week, Bloblive is back and more “open” and “mic”-y than ever. SEO Grail will see what they can do to help get your Web site to the top of Google, but don’t expect miracles, people. Last, the Hacktory‘s Open Hack! is back after complications last month.
Events listed in our highlights are free to attend. Please check our Events calendar for more information and read more after the jump.
Monday, March 30: Like last week, Bloblive will be allowing newcomers free admission to its open mic session of entrepreneurial ideas. After your first time, it’s gonna cost some beans, so take this opportunity to visit Philly’s pseudo mini-TED conference for free. And to be frank, there’s nothing else happenin’ Monday. 6:00 p.m., Center City. RSVP. [View more events]
Tuesday, March 31: Join others interested in Search Engine Optimization techniques that can make your site hits explode at this week’s monthly SEO Grail meetup. Discussions will include client expectation and campaign management or competitor analysis using LinkScape and SEMRush. 7:00 p.m., Ardmore, Montgomery County. RSVP. [View more events]
Thursday, April 2: Philly Start-up Leaders will host the first annual Entrepreneur Expo: Innovation on Display. More than 40 entrepreneurs will show off their grandest ideas, with a few select all-stars giving presentations. For such a large expo, we’re excited that it’s free to the public. Expect the city’s best entrepreneurs, students, educators and investors to be there. So, why not you, too? 6:00p.m., Center City West. Details. [View more events]
Saturday, April 4: The Hactory will host their monthly Open Hack! in their Fairmount digs. Last month’s event was canceled, so if you’ve been itching to hack some Arduino and more, stop by for a casual Saturday afternoon of electronics mischief. 1:00 p.m., Fairmount. Details. [View more events]-30-
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