BEARTek shows off its Bluetooth control gloves at D.C. TechBreakfast this week. Also down in Montgomery County: the Rockville Women’s Business Center will impart the basics of assembling a business plan for new companies. Head to AOL/Advertising.com on Tuesday night to hear Pure Bang Games‘ founder Ben Walsh talk about the challenges of building mobile games. And on Thursday evening, celebrate the holidays at Union Craft Brewery with gb.tc.
D.C. TechBreakfast: Join entrepreneurial compatriots from the Baltimore and D.C. areas for this month’s D.C. TechBreakfast at the Microsoft building in Chevy Chase, Md. Among the presenters are BEARTek Bluetooth gloves, a Technically Baltimore Kickstarter of the Week. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 8 a.m. Microsoft: Friendship Heights, 5404 Wisconsin Ave., Chevy Chase, Montgomery County. RSVP. FREE.
Writing a Business Plan: It’s not glamorous, but it behooves new businesses to have some kind of plan for, you know, the business. Join others at Rockville Women’s Business Center to learn how to put a business plan together. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 9:30 a.m. Rockville Women’s Business Center, 95 Monroe St., Rockville, Montgomery County. RSVP. $25
Making Mobile Games in Baltimore: Ben Walsh, founder of Pure Bang Games, will share the lessons he has learned as his team of game developers has transitioned from making Facebook games to making smart phone games. Also: pizza. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 6:30 p.m. AOL/Advertising.com, 1020 Hull St., Tide Point, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
gb.tc Holiday Party: ALL YOU CAN DRINK CRAFT BEER! YES! gb.tc throws its holiday party this year at Union Craft Brewing in Woodberry. For arts and crafts lovers, there’s a tech ornament contest to participate in. So find some old computer chips and a hook. Thursday, Dec. 20, 6 p.m. Union Craft Brewery, 1700 Union Ave., Suite D, Woodberry, Baltimore city. RSVP. $10.