(Photo by Christopher Wink)
Our student entrepreneurship series, Start. Stay. Grow., with Campus Philly and Philly Startup Leaders, is back this week, with speakers like First Round Capital’s Chris Fralic and Indy Hall’s Alex Hillman. This reporter will be emceeing, come say hi.
Aside from our picks below, don’t miss Young Involved Philadelphia’s State of Young Philly conference, which kicks off this Friday (our editorial director Christopher Wink will moderate this panel Sunday on how to build a business), and the developer-focused Refresh Philly this Thursday on working with remote teams.
Are We Sexting?
Artist Amanda V. Wagner’s take on sexting, including a photo collage of nude photos that Wagner asked people to send in “for the sake of submission in the absence of critique, and asks us to obtain validation from the experience of participation.”
Friday, Nov. 14
Little Berlin, 2430 Coral St. Fishtown.
#techInColor Happy Hour at Barcade
This meetup, focused on celebrating the diversity of the tech scene, spun out of an event at Philly Tech Week 2014.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
Barcade, 1114 Frankford Ave. Fishtown.
Start. Stay. Grow. Entrepreneurial Pathways
It’s choose your own adventure, Philly tech style. Hear from five members of the Philly tech scene who will talk about different ways to continue your journey in tech and entrepreneurship.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
The Innovation Lab at the Municipal Services Building, 1401 JFK Blvd., 16th Floor, Rooms C-D. Center City.
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