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It’s a good month to be an entrepreneur looking for some cash. We’ve been seeing a lot of investor-oriented events (Club Pitch Philly, Open Angel Forum, a panel discussion on VC funding, just to name a few). This week: Talk STEM workforce development and meet investors at DreamIt Ventures and elsewhere. Delaware Valley STEM Workforce […]

It’s a good month to be an entrepreneur looking for some cash. We’ve been seeing a lot of investor-oriented events (Club Pitch Philly, Open Angel Forum, a panel discussion on VC funding, just to name a few).

This week: Talk STEM workforce development and meet investors at DreamIt Ventures and elsewhere.

Delaware Valley STEM Workforce Development Conference: Hear from business leaders and STEM researchers on how to increase the local STEM workforce. Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Fox Business School, 1801 Liacouras Walk. North Philly. RSVP. $75, proceeds go to scholarships for Temple University STEM students.

Get to Know DreamIt – Philly: Meet the DreamIt Ventures crew in its Philly office. Monday, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. DreamIt Ventures, 3701 Market St. University City. RSVP. Free.

October Keiretsu Philadelphia Forum: The local branch of the national investment group is holding its monthly meetup this week. Read more about the local Keiretsu branch here. Event is invite-only, request an invitation here. Free.

 

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