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9 don’t-miss events for technologists and entrepreneurs this July

Level up with these virtual and IRL gatherings, including professional development sessions, business webinars and discussion forums.

A Zip Code Wilmington event. (Courtesy Zip Code Wilmington)

The organizations appearing in this article are Technical.ly clients.

It may be the middle of summer, but it’s still a great time to make moves in your tech community.

One of the best ways to continue learning and growing your network is to attend local events, so we’ve rounded up a series of July gatherings relevant to your industries and interests. Whether you attend in person or tune in from the comfort of your home, you’ll leave with useful insights and new connections.

Check out the details below and browse the Technical.ly Company Directory for more info on the host orgs.

Note: For more tech and startup community events (or to promote your own), visit Technical.ly’s Events Board.

Monday, July 8

  • Zip Code Virtual Admissions Session — “Get information about both 12-week programs during this session. Our Candidate Recruiter will cover the curriculum, financial assistance, job placement and more! Zip Code Wilmington now offers two 12-week immersive coding programs!” Hosted by Zip Code Wilmington.

Wednesday, July 10

  • NEXT Partner Webinar: Leveraging Accounting & Financing to Grow Your Business — “This session is presented by New Economy on leveraging accounting and financing to grow your business. This workshop is for you if you are: 1) Curious about how to set up an org chart on your accounting and finance team that will set you up for success at each stage of your business. 2) Struggling with the RBRS from a core function perspective in your accountability chart for your accounting and finance team. 3) Struggling to create a budget for your 1, 3 or 10-year plan, or don’t have one at all. 4) Looking to understand the top 4 financial tools to help you achieve your goals. 5) Not sure how to use financial statements to build and grow your business.” Hosted by NEXT powered by Shulman Rogers.
  • Virtual Event: Cybersecurity in the Finance Industry — “This presentation delves into the unique cybersecurity challenges faced by finance businesses and highlights the importance of implementing robust security measures to protect sensitive financial information and maintain customer trust.” Hosted by TEDCO.

Explore the Technical.ly company directory

Thursday, July 11

  • INNO FIRE Awards 2024 — “In 2024, Maryland Inno will again recognize companies and/or organizations that have been leaders and innovators across the state. Join us for a morning celebration of innovation and technology focusing on industry leaders, innovators, and enthusiasts coming together to share knowledge, forge connections, and celebrate the transformative power of innovation and technology.” Sponsored by TEDCO.
  • SOP Alchemy: Turning Processes into Scalable Gold — “‘I know how to do this, why write it down?’ Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are critical for any organization – ensuring consistency, quality, and scalability from day one. Yet they can be surprisingly tough to initially put in place. In this edition of C-Suite Skills for Startup Founders, Michelle Ottey, Vice President of Labs and Centers for CIC Labs, will discuss the pushback often encountered – and demonstrate how SOPs are indispensable, especially for those seeking funding. Investors need to see that you have robust processes in place to guarantee quality control and reproducibility.” Hosted by University City Science Center.

Wednesday, July 17

Friday, July 26

Wednesday, July 31

Looking to engage more with the tech community? Explore the Technical.ly Company Directory to learn about key players in your local ecosystem and the Technical.ly Events Board to find opportunities to connect.

Explore the Technical.ly Company Directory

Companies: Temple University Geography and Urban Studies / NEXT powered by Shulman Rogers / Zip Code Wilmington / TEDCO / University City Science Center

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