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Come celebrate our grand opening in style with free beer, wine and dinner. We'll have raffles and other giveaways, including a 1 Year Membership, $500 cash, Oculus Rift, the new Echo and a Pure Intentions Coffee gift basket. Live music by The L.A. Maybe.Find out more »
Hey Charlotte! We're setting up shop. We want to get to know you and introduce you to some awesome people who can give you some insight into what it's like to make it... and still not know what the f*#k is going on. Featuring our anticipated 2.0 Works Podcast, we're welcoming a few of Charlotte's favorite movers & shakers for a drink and a conversation on the veiled, impalpable career down's behind the celebrated up's. This live podcast recording is in a similar style as NPR's How I Built This - a 2.0 favorite. In this 2.0 works, you're going to experience our - our version of networking where you build connections and find your wing(wo)man.Your ticket reserves a seat…Find out more »
We're excited to announce that we're going to do a large scale event sponsored by Publicis Sapient at Tabbris Coworking. We're going to talk about React Native vs. Native at Scale. We'll have a panel with speakers from Belk, American Express, and Publicis Sapient who have worked on large scale applications using native technologies, cross-platform technologies, and React Native. With Airbnb moving away from React Native and Shopify going all-in on React Native, how do we decide what is the best technology to use? We'll also have a tech talk on Beginning Redux in your React Native app. This will be a great way to take your apps to the next level using React Native's partner framework Redux. Agenda: 5:30…Find out more »
Join C-Trax and Minorities for Medical Marijuana in a fun night of education and networking @ Tabbris Coworking in S. Charlotte. We will be talking with local legislative leaders and cannabis entrepreneurs about North Carolina's drive to legal cannabis. We will have a special session with Hope Wiseman, owner of Mary and Main. She will be teaching about her road to owning a medical marijuana store in addition to her numerous investments in cultivating hemp.Find out more »
About this event Black-owned businesses have been hit substantially harder by the coronavirus pandemic than companies overall. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 41% of Black-owned businesses across the country shut down between February and April, echoing the findings of a similar University of California, Santa Cruz study released in June. About 32% of Latino businesses and 26% of Asian businesses shut down over the same time span. Only about 17% of white businesses shut down during the same period, the study authors found. Join Cathay Dawkins for a virtual fireside chat. Dawkins is the founder of Black Business Owners of Charlotte, a community of local entrepreneurs and supporters using social capital to drive economic empowerment. He…Find out more »