Jews, Brews, and Startup Gurus Part Deux

Last year, the Boulder JCC debuted a new event during Boulder Startup Week. Aptly named Jews, Brews, and Startup Gurus, over 85 community members attended this happy hour.  Jonathan Lev, Executive Director of the Boulder JCC remembered, “It brought together the best elements of the Boulder Jewish Community has to offer:  Innovation, entrepreneurship, ideas, and community.” Here are pictures from last year’s event.

This month’s third Thursday is May 17th, which means that Flatiron Tribe’s happy hour will once again take place during Boulder Startup Week.  Flatiron Tribe is pleased to announce the return of Jews, Brews, and Startup Gurus, this Thursday, from 4:30 to 6:00 pm at Tahona Bistro at 1035 Pearl Street.  The earlier time slot enables participants of Boulder Startup Week to enjoy this networking event in between other scheduled programs.

Whether you are looking to network with the startup community, meet other local young adult Jews, or are just looking for a good after-work hangout Jews, Brews, and Startup Gurus is for you.  Bring your business card for a chance to win an exciting prize! You must be 21 to attend.  There is no need to register in advance however, if you have any questions, please contact Michael at Michael@boulderjcc.org or 720-583-5522. Let us know you are coming on Facebook and Plancast!

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the former Marketing Director at the Boulder JCC.

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