Party on The Prairie from 7-9 p.m. at the SPN Pizza Meetup
Silicon Prairie New's Geoff Wood (left) and Jeff Slobotski (right) chow down with Analog the pizza-loving Prairie dog in preparation for tonight's Silicon Prairie Meetup in Omaha.
If you're hungry for some socialization with the startup scene and a slice of The Prairie's finest pizza, make sure to join us from 7-9 p.m. at the The Pizza Shoppe Collective in Omaha.
For this Silicon Prairie News meetup, we'll embrace the nostalgia that comes along with the mention of a traditional pizza party while we chat and chow with pizza and beer. We'll also spend time learning about Volano Solutions and author April Kelly, who will share experiences that range from developing a four-year-old software startup and launching a new product to promoting personal brand.
Now if your stomach's growling, send an RSVP our way and we'll see you tonight.
- When: Today, 7-9 p.m.
- Where: The Pizza Shoppe Collective (6056 Maple St.)
- Cost: Free
- RSVP: Planning to attend? Let us know on our SplashThat page
About our sponsors
Volano Solutions crafts technology solutions that allow businesses to get everything they can out of their systems. They build and integrate custom applications to track data, streamline processes, realize efficiencies and open up new opportunities to increase revenue for their businesses. Their newest product Steel Wool, a simple and effective workflow management tool – perfect for smaller-scale businesses is the next big move for the company.
April Kelly was working for PayPal before they were PayPal, laying the foundation and building the company from the ground up. In her next role, as the senior director of customer operations at LinkedIn, she would be placed in the center of another dot com revolution: professional networking. She started, staffed, and unlocked the door to the customer service center for LinkedIn in Omaha in late 2006.
Today, April is a firm believer in networking to build a personal brand and will bring along her insights from her latest book "Spaghetti on the Wall: Branding and Networking Methods that Stick."
Credits: Photo by Brittany Mascio